I can sense how impressed you are.
I’m mostly impressed that the kids ate them.
Now, before you start commenting about my faulty technique, I know that they don’t look like the prototypical unicorn poop cookies. Or unicorn poop cupcakes. Or a unicorn poop macaron ice cream sandwich. Or even unicorn poop soap (which you’re not supposed to eat, though I sort of feel like I’ve earned a taste after typing the word “poop” so many times in a row).
That’s because my unicorniculinarian poops coloured pancakes in sequence: first yellow, then pink, then turquoise. I know that’s hard to believe, but we are talking about quite the magical bum.
Also magic? Using an offset spatula to flip these prismatic poops. DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES USE YOUR BARE HANDS. Uncooked unicorn poop contains toxic levels of sparkle and is a known source of foodborne adorbs.