Recipe | Rainbow unicorn fudge

My daughter is slightly obsessed with Unicorns at the moment - I mean, who isn't?

And we all know that I'm a sucker for anything rainbow, so I was made up to find this super easy Rainbow unicorn fudge for us both to make together.

There's minimal ingredients and it can be ready to eat within a couple of hours.

They look SO SO cute and taste delicious.

I think they are the perfect treat for a party perhaps?

Don't worry, if these seem a little too girly for you, you can change up the colours to your favourites and add any sprinkles you like.

I'm going to try some greens and orange layers next time and add some mini 'dinosaur' eggs and Dinosaur sprinkles for my boys. 

Although, to be fair, they were more than happy to be chomping through these unicorn ones anyway.

The recipe was taken from Cupcake Jemma's YouTube channel and it worked amazingly.

If you prefer to follow video recipes, hers is here.

But if you are like me and prefer it written down, unfortunately Jemma doesn't list the full recipe in the description, only the ingredients list.

So, I've done the hard work for you and here is the written recipe for you to try yourself.


110g unsalted butter
120g double cream
390g caster sugar
140g mini marshmallows
225g white chocolate chips
Food colouring paste
Unicorny sprinkles and extra marshmallows or decorating

  1. Line an 8 inch square tin with foil and spray with non-stick oil.
  2. Put the butter, double cream and caster sugar into a large pan.
  3. Place the pan over a low/medium heat and slowly bring to the boil, stirring occasionally.
  4. Once the mixture starts to bubble, stir continuously for about 4 minutes for the sugar to fully dissolve.
  5. Take the pan off the heat and add the chocolate chips and marshmallows. Stir together until it is all melted in.
  6. Once it's all nice and smooth, split the mixture equally into three bowls and add a drop of different colour food colouring to each. Mix thoroughly.
  7. Grab your tin and pour one of the colours into the bottom and spread evenly, followed by the next coloured layer. And then finally, add the last layer.
  8. If you want to add some swirls into it like Jemma and we did, take a knife and swirl the colours slightly into each other, then sprinkle your mini marshmallows and sprinkles onto the top and push them in a little to make sure they stick.
  9. Leave to come to room temperature for an hour or so before putting into the fridge to set.
  10. Once firm and set completely, remove from the pan and cut into portions.

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