Emily's Sparkly Unicorn PB&J! 🦄

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Introduction: Emily's Sparkly Unicorn PB&J! 🦄

Prepare your taste buds for the most magical sandwich this side of a rainbow!

Supplies

Two slices of bread

Peanut Butter

Jelly

Two Colored Candy Melts

Two Blackberries

Trail Mix with Raisins, Almonds, Cashews and M&Ms

Various Candy Sprinkles (Preferably Something SPARKLY!)

Step 1: Spread the PB & the J

The foundation of any good classic PB&J, but we're just getting started...

Step 2: Add the Colored Candy Melts for Eyeballs.

Try to space them about as far apart as a unicorn's eyes would be.

Step 3: Throw on the Blackberries As Pupils

Be sure to make the eyes haunting, yet inviting...

Step 4: Add the Nostrils and Teeth

Dig into that trail mix bag for two raisins & a whole horse bite a' almonds!

Step 5: Don't Forget the Cashew Horn!

Without a horn, you'll be eating a donkey.

Step 6: You Need Magical, Luscious Locks

True unicorn power comes from the rainbow follicles. Everyone knows that.

Step 7: Add a Dash of Sprinkles for Extra Magic

Just a dash; less is more.

Step 8: Awwwww, Who Cares?!! Push the Envelope!

Go Big or Go Home with Those Sprinkles!

Step 9: The Unicorn's Greatest Power? Invisibility...

Give your mythical friend one last wink, then smash that jelly bread DOWN!

Step 10: Take Your First Bite and Thank Emily

Saddle up and ride that glorious rainbow all the way to flavor country!

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    6 Comments

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    tercero
    tercero

    10 months ago

    Looks good. Thanks for posting this. My grand kids will love it.

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    raameigh01
    raameigh01

    10 months ago

    I'll definitely be trying this, good job Emily! :)

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    jessyratfink
    jessyratfink

    10 months ago

    The "haunting yet inviting" eyes really sold me. :D

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    JedCook
    JedCook

    Reply 10 months ago

    Ha Ha! Thanks! Emily was really proud of her first Instructable. My students are now weary of entering the contest, as they're not sure sure they'll even stand a chance against my daughter's Unicorn Sammy. :)