All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe

You know I’m a big fan of all things “unicorn”, as seen here, here, and here. But to be totally honest, I’m slightly weirded out by eating overly colorful food items in a single sitting (unless it’s ice cream, I have low sugar standards haha), which is weird coming from a self-proclaimed color fanatic (and possibly unicorn) don’t you think?! Is anyone else with me on this? A bite here and there… sure! A full-fledged color explosion snack? Not so much.

Hence why I’ve been wanting to jump on the unicorn toast trend but was hesitant until we came up with this all natural unicorn toast recipe that’s actually tasty and not full of crazy food dyes. We also made them using The Laughing Cow® cheese (instead of marshmallow fluff that they’re traditionally made with!) and yummy cheese pairings for garnishes…

All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and ClothAll Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

All-Natural Unicorn Toasts

Ingredients

  • 5 packages of The Laughing Cow® Creamy Swiss Cheese
  • Whole grain loaf of bread
  • All-natural food coloring, or vegetable/fruit powders
  • Garnishes pairings for taste: avocado slices, mango, assorted berries, honey, & salt and pepper.

Instructions

  • Stir The Laughing Cow® Creamy Original Swiss Cheese wedges in a large bowl until blended and creamy.
  • Divide the cheese into separate bowls and add either all-natural, food based food coloring or vegetable powders to each bowl to create the colors of your choice.
  • Toast the whole grain toast, and spread the cheese onto the slices in the color combinations of your choice.
  • When garnishing, keep in mind mixing savory items versus sweet. We paired avocado slices with salt, pepper, and spinach power; berries with sugared flower petals, honey, and dried fruit chips (either mango, coconut, or strawberry).

All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

The Laughing Cow® Creamy Original Swiss Cheese is the perfect base for making just about any sweet or savory combination you can dream up. Of course I’m all about the pretty presentation, but a creamy snack pairing is just as important!

Like I mentioned in the recipe, you can use either all-natural food coloring or vegetable/fruit powders. I thought the natural food coloring route was much easier for getting saturated colors while making the flavor pairings of the garnishes much easier to control.

I also really loved the look of the marbled food coloring in the cheese, don’t you?!

All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and ClothAll Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and ClothAll Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and ClothAll Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

You can never go wrong with a good, pink marble sweetened berries toast! Especially if they’re served on a plate full of these colorful babies, right?!

A big thanks to our friends at The Laughing Cow® for partnering with us on this post! Sugar & Cloth has chosen to donate 5% of all sponsored campaigns to charity, which you can read more about right here.

All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe

You know I’m a big fan of all things “unicorn”, as seen here, here, and here. But to be totally honest, I’m slightly weirded out by eating overly colorful food items in a single sitting (unless it’s ice cream, I have low sugar standards haha), which is weird coming from a self-proclaimed color fanatic (and possibly unicorn) don’t you think?! Is anyone else with me on this? A bite here and there… sure! A full-fledged color explosion snack? Not so much.

Hence why I’ve been wanting to jump on the unicorn toast trend but was hesitant until we came up with this all natural unicorn toast recipe that’s actually tasty and not full of crazy food dyes. We also made them using The Laughing Cow® cheese (instead of marshmallow fluff that they’re traditionally made with!) and yummy cheese pairings for garnishes…

All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and ClothAll Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

All-Natural Unicorn Toasts

Ingredients

  • 5 packages of The Laughing Cow® Creamy Swiss Cheese
  • Whole grain loaf of bread
  • All-natural food coloring, or vegetable/fruit powders
  • Garnishes pairings for taste: avocado slices, mango, assorted berries, honey, & salt and pepper.

Instructions

  • Stir The Laughing Cow® Creamy Original Swiss Cheese wedges in a large bowl until blended and creamy.
  • Divide the cheese into separate bowls and add either all-natural, food based food coloring or vegetable powders to each bowl to create the colors of your choice.
  • Toast the whole grain toast, and spread the cheese onto the slices in the color combinations of your choice.
  • When garnishing, keep in mind mixing savory items versus sweet. We paired avocado slices with salt, pepper, and spinach power; berries with sugared flower petals, honey, and dried fruit chips (either mango, coconut, or strawberry).

All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

The Laughing Cow® Creamy Original Swiss Cheese is the perfect base for making just about any sweet or savory combination you can dream up. Of course I’m all about the pretty presentation, but a creamy snack pairing is just as important!

Like I mentioned in the recipe, you can use either all-natural food coloring or vegetable/fruit powders. I thought the natural food coloring route was much easier for getting saturated colors while making the flavor pairings of the garnishes much easier to control.

I also really loved the look of the marbled food coloring in the cheese, don’t you?!

All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and ClothAll Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and ClothAll Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth All Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and ClothAll Natural Unicorn Toast Recipe by top Houston Blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar and Cloth

You can never go wrong with a good, pink marble sweetened berries toast! Especially if they’re served on a plate full of these colorful babies, right?!

A big thanks to our friends at The Laughing Cow® for partnering with us on this post! Sugar & Cloth has chosen to donate 5% of all sponsored campaigns to charity, which you can read more about right here.

Comments

  • Brittni

    07.10.17

    This looks gorgeous (and delicious). I love it.

    • They are so much fun to make! Would love to hear what you think when do! :)

  • Cyd

    07.13.17

    Genius! They look so pretty and I love the all natural angle.

  • Lauren

    07.15.17

    :/ not natural if you add food coloring . Disappointing.

    • Ashley said:

      the food coloring is all-natural, food based coloring ;)

  • Juliana Souza

    08.29.17

    Wow, it must be a delight, the kids will probably like it a lot.
    Thank you for the recipe! Kisses!

    • Thank you, Juliana! This one is so much fun to make :) It basically an arts & crafts project you can eat, haha! xo

  • Alyssa Hughey

    09.09.17

    So cute! What are fruit or veggie powders and where does one find such magical fairy dust?

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