Unicorn Farts, a close cousin to no bake Moose farts but with white chocolate chips on the inside and brightly coloured sprinkles on the outside! Perfect for kids parties year round.
Following the success of our Moose Farts recipe last December, I have heard from hundreds of people who have tried them. It turned out to be the surprise hit of the last Holiday season.
Along with telling me about their successes with this super easy recipe, people started talking about the variations they had made to the recipe. They had added mini chocolate chips or white chocolate chips, added nuts and even rice krispies.
Some people substituted ground nuts for the coconut and rolled them in different things too. Oreo Crumbs, cocoa, icing sugar, coconut and nuts had all been used instead of graham crumbs to roll them in.
We even had folks from the UK and Australia, who never heard of graham crumbs, use crushed digestive biscuits in the recipe and they still loved the cookies.
With such a versatile recipe I had to put my own spin on it, using one idea for a new name from Kassandra, a Rock Recipes reader. She wrote to tell me that she had added mini M&Ms to the recipe for her unicorn obsessed son and renamed them Unicorn Farts!
The idea stuck in my head for the whole year. I thought it was an idea that could live on past the Holidays as the perfect easy to make take along to a kids birthday party or other occasion.
I thought though that Unicorn Farts should be bright and colourful on the outside. I added mini white chocolate chips to the inside of the recipe and for maximum colour , rolled them in sprinkles instead of plain graham crumbs.
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Unicorn Farts, a close cousin to no-bake Moose farts but with white chocolate chips on the inside and brightly coloured sprinkles on the outside! Perfect for kids parties year round.
- 300 ml can sweetened condensed milk (14 oz size in US)
- 1/4 cup melted butter
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1 1/2 cups dried coconut fine or medium cut unsweetened
- 1 1/2 cups graham cracker crumbs
- 1 1/2 cups mini white chocolate chips
- 1 cup coloured candy sprinkles
Melt the butter and and combine it with the sweetened condensed milk & vanilla extract until well blended.
Add the graham crumbs, coconut and white chocolate chips. Mix to combine well.
Refrigerate for an hour or so before rolling the mixture into 1 1/4 inch balls. You want to make these on the smallish side as they are quite rich.
Roll the balls in the colourful candy sprinkles and once again chill until firm.
Refrigerate in a sealed container to store. These freeze quite well too!
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Sunday 26th of February 2023
Is there something beside coconut that you can use instead of the coconut?
Thursday 3rd of February 2022
I am in love with this! I do not like coconut at all, I cringe at the very word, so I made these without coconut and it was delicious! These are now my go to when my kids have school parties!! The teachers get a tickle out of the names!!!
Sunday 21st of February 2021
Is there something else to use in place of coconut? I love this idea, but have picky eaters who will not eat coconut.
Saturday 1st of August 2020
What can you use in place of coconut?
Wednesday 29th of January 2020
Is the coconut a necessary ingredient?