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It was only a matter of time before this moment arrived, and all we can say is — FINALLY! Unicorn pizza is the newest addition to the magical-product craze that has taken over Starbucks, Sephora, and…well pretty much everywhere else. We have already gotten unicorn quesadillas, unicorn toast, unicorn pastries, AND the Starbucks Unicorn Frappuccino slurped around the world. And those are only the edible unicorn products! Let’s not forget the unicorn hair and unicorn makeup. Can Jay Z add “all unicorn everything” to his next record?!
While it’s incomprehensible that unicorn corn on the cob (or would it be unicorn on the cob?) hasn’t become the latest craze, we’ll gladly accept this unicorn pizza — because what could be better, really?
The fantasy confection is brought to us undeserving mortals by Industry Kitchen, an NYC-based restaurant that serves some of the most delicious-sounding pizzas, even besides the unicorn pizza, which is technically called the “pop candy land” pizza.
It’s made with rainbow crust, cream cheese frosting, pop rocks, and cotton candy. Is it a dessert? Is it an entree? Is this real life? If we eat it will we grow a rainbow mane? And wait, did we say pop rocks?!
If you don’t think you’re ready for the rainbow-colored party in your mouth that the unicorn pizza provides, maybe you can start with Industry Pizza’s other innovative pizzas.
The Nutella pizza that they’ve served seems fantastical, and they also have a breakfast pizza that looks to LIVE for.
But can we get back to the unicorn pizza?? We’re still chewing it over…in our imaginations.
MUST. EAT. NOW.