‘Unicorn Kisses’ Recipe for Party Bag Favours
Unicorn Week: Day 3
The chocolates are perfect for birthday party bag favours or as little gifts for your children and their friends.
The cute unicorn toppers are included too as a free printable – and they match perfectly with the unicorn freakshake toppers from yesterday’s post.
Why not get your children involved and make the Unicorn Kisses together? It’s a super-simple recipe that children will love to make!
How to make Unicorn Kisses chocolates
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Ingredients list for unicorn chocolates
- Free unicorn printable (available in my free resource library — get the password at the bottom of this post)
- White chocolate
- A selection of pink or sparkly edible sprinkles
- Pink food colouring (I use Wiltons gel colours)
- A heart shaped ice-cube tray
- Self-sealing cellophane bags
- A stapler or double-sided tape
Free printable for unicorn chocolates party bags
Unicorn kisses recipe
- Break the white chocolate into pieces and then melt it. I tend to use the microwave for melting chocolate, but you can also do it in over the stove – here’s how.
- Spoon the white chocolate into your ice cube mould. Only fill it about half way. Give the mould a little wiggle when you’re done to settle the chocolate and make sure it is filling all the space.
- Add pink food colouring to the remaining white chocolate and stir to form a consistent colour. You’re aiming for a pale pink rather than bright.
- Carefully spoon the pink chocolate on top of the white. Give the tray another wiggle to settle the chocolate but be gentle – you don’t want the pink and white chocolates to mix.
- Add your sprinkles! Pour a generous helping of sprinkles over each chocolate.
- Set in the fridge for a few hours – but ideally overnight.
- Print out your Unicorn Kisses printable and score down the middle of it, where shown. Cut it out.
- Fold the unicorn topper down your score line.
- Place some of the chocolates into a plastic bag. I used cellophane card bags as they are self-sealing!
- Seal your bag and then attach the unicorn craft topper to the top using either double-sided tape or a couple of staples (I used tape).
If in doubt, be a unicorn!
I hope you enjoyed Day 3 of my week of unicorn craft projects.
Check back tomorrow for the next project 🙂
Get all of my free unicorn printables:
Here’s a roundup of all the projects from this series:
- Unicorn box frame
- Unicorn freakshake
- ‘Unicorn Kisses’ chocolates
- Caticorn birthday card
- Unicorn button art
- Unicorn decoupage
- Unicorn iris folding pattern