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Milk Bar Founder Creates Recipe With Nestlé’s New Unicorn Morsels

Unicorn Morsels
Christina Tosi unveiled a custom recipe made with new Nestlé Toll House Unicorn Morsels—Unicorn Birthday Fudge—on Aug. 7 in New York. Photo: Diane Bondareff/AP Images for Nestlé Toll House

To celebrate the launch of its new Unicorn Morsels, Arlington, Virginia-based Nestlé Toll House teamed up with Milk Bar founder Christina Tosi to create a Unicorn Birthday Fudge, a new treat centered around the pink and blue-swirled product.

“I’m all about bringing color, texture and depth of flavor into a recipe, and these new Nestlé Toll House Unicorn Morsels deliver all three in one tie-dyed package,” said Tosi. “Whether I am dressing up an old classic—I’m looking at you, plain-Jane brownies—or exploring something new, these colorful chips are a fun tool to channel my inner 8-year-old, or to have a great time baking alongside one!”

Tosi’s recipe was introduced at a New York City event that offered an opportunity to sample Unicorn Morsels and Edible Cookie Dough, which allows consumers to safely eat cookie dough right out of the container—the latest sweets from Nestlé Toll House. Guests had the chance to explore ways to enjoy these new offerings by designing DIY dessert boards made from the products and a full array of Nestlé Toll House sweet treats.

Nestlé Toll House Unicorn Morsels are made with real vanilla. They are hitting major retailers’ shelves nationwide in August; SRP $3.19 for a 10-oz. bag.

“No place sparks creativity in the home quite like the kitchen,” said Ruth Braden, associate marketing manager of Nestlé Toll House. “As a brand, we’re constantly exploring ways to innovate new baking products, like Unicorn Morsels, that will inspire bakers of all skill levels to pour their personality and passion into their creations.”

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Lorrie Griffith

An observer of the grocery industry since 1988. Away from her editor job, she's a wife and mother of two grown sons and thinks cooking is (usually) relaxing.

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