Updated: Apr 9
One of the definite down sides of adulting, is that there’s no reasonable excuse for eating rainbow-coloured food anymore!
Past a certain point, food just stops being, well... fun, and more’s the pity we say!
That’s why, in honour of National Unicorn Day, we’ve pushed the breakfast boat out with none other than THIS, sweet, colourful delight.
Unicorn Toast is an idea that’s been around for some time now, and with the help of Gradz Bakers, it’s currently enjoying a more grown-up (but no less colourful) appeal!
The main ingredient - Gradz Yeast-Free Sourdough Bread - is a unique, hand-crafted loaf which is fermented to produce a deliciously light, crisp toast, with just enough bite to help convince ourselves we’ve not really regressed to a new Lucky Charm-esque low (yet!).
At this time, when the fun factor of our food is worth more than ever, Unicorn Toast certainly has a universal appeal. Granted, marshmallow fluff is not necessarily for the everyday, but as an exercise in colour therapy...this rainbow delight might just have legs!
For the full recipe demo, head over to our instagram page.
3 egg whites
150g caster sugar
100g glucose syrup
½ tsp cream of tartar
Mix the egg whites and cream of tartar in a bowl
Add the water, glucose syrup and sugar to a saucepan and dissolve over a low heat
Simmer until it reaches 100 degrees, then remove from the heat
Whip the egg whites to soft peaks.
Continue to whisk whilst pouring the sugar syrup into the whites
Continue to whip until the mixture is thick and glossy
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