Book Review: Unicorn Food

Unicorn Food: Natural Recipes for Edible Rainbows is everything that your colorful food eating self could ever desire.  The aim is to eat a rainbow, but a healthy one. These recipes are both balanced and colorful and will delight your eyes as well as your taste buds.  There are ways to make natural food coloring using cabbage, blueberry juice, tumeric, spinach, etc.  I’m not exactly sure how these will end up making foods that taste delicious, but I’ll keep reading…

OK so all of these recipes have pictures to go along with them (yaaay!) and look AMAAAAAAAAAZING. I don’t know if I could ever actually make any of them (and if I did I’d probably use regular food coloring even though it is probably terrible for me) but omg. Rainbow sushi? pancakes? cheesecake? I will take them all, please and thank you.

If you are as on the unicorn train as I am, you’re not going to want to miss this book. Even if you just want to look at the pretty pictures and not actually end up making anything, it’s worth checking out.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review, I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

No unicorns were harmed in the making of this food! But unicorns have magically inspired all the recipes in this book adding technicolor sparkle to your sushi and fairytale magic to your mocktails. Why eat boring when you can enjoy a rainbow-coloured noodle bowl for dinner? And it’s all deliciously natural – no nasty e-numbers or preservatives, just beautiful food colorings made from berry juices and vegetables. From the show-stopping Unicorn Cake and Cosmic Donuts to Rainbow Veggie Sandwiches and Celestial Swirl Soup, these brightly colored edibles can be naughty and nice. Create the most unbelievably Instagrammable dishes ever seen. Cook, post and enjoy and the likes will multiple. Move over mug cakes. This is internet explosion unites the zeitgeist for all things magical, pastel, and unicorn-esque. Brightly colored, and not too serious, Unicorn Food is shared experience – how could you not want to share such amazing and magical delights created in your own kitchen – and all natural and vegetarian.

 

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