The Magical Unicorn Cookbook
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Discover delicious recipes to bring a little unicorn magic into your everyday!
This easy-to-use cookery book is bursting with sparkles and rainbows. Packed with unique unicorn recipes, follow the simple instructions to make your own wonderful creations.
Children will loveThe Magical Unicorn Cookbook, which includes twenty-five recipes for the whole family to make and enjoy together. Perfect for parties and brightening up your day, learn how to make:
- Fluffy unicorn buns
- Rainbow rolls
- A unicorn showstopper celebration cake
- and much more!
The recipes are specially designed for adults to use with children, with step-by-step instructions and helpful hints.
The perfect way for you to spend quality time with your child and show them just how much fun cooking and baking can be!
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