SPOTTED: Smucker’s Unicorn Magic Shell

Smucker s Unicorn Magic Shell

I’ve spent an unreasonable amount of time trying to figure out how to create an edible unicorn horn with this product. Do I get a sugar cone, fill it with this, and stick it in the freezer until it’s hard? But that would probably be gross to eat. Then I spent time looking to see if a company makes mini sugar cones. But even then, do I want to eat pure Magic Shell? Then I tried to come up with ways to make a hollow horn. Maybe I freeze a metal or glass cone-shaped object? But then the Magic Shell would probably stick to it, making it hard to remove intact. I could line sections of a sugar cone, freeze it, then line another section, freeze it, and repeat this until I have a completely lined cone. But again how would I remove it without damaging the cone. (Spotted by Robbie at H-E-B.)

7 thoughts to “SPOTTED: Smucker’s Unicorn Magic Shell”

        1. Oh my gosh! Yes! Salty and sweet!!! (I’ve heard that that’s what unicorn meat tastes like…)

  1. Hi! I use a tiny bit of fondant, shape it into a snake with the two ends much narrower. Then put the ends together and twist so it spirals together. This product looks like so much fun!

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