If one thing is for sure, it’s that the animal of the year is the unicorn. While 2017 is almost over and done with, unicorns are still here to stay it seems. First, there was the unicorn frappuccino. Then, the unicorn float came about just in time for summer. But now, unicorns are taking over your favorite stoner food ever: pizza. You won’t find the usual sauce and cheese on this pie, though. What you will get, however, is sugary, rainbow goodness. Be sure to check out the video below and feast your high eyes on the tempting munchie that Manhattan’s Industry Kitchen is calling the Pop Candy Land Pizza, aka the unicorn pizza.
If you love sugar and rainbows, then say hello to the unicorn pizza
That’s right folks. As if you haven’t gotten enough unicorn stuff this year, there is now a unicorn pizza. But this exquisite beauty is far from your average pie, though. Sure, it might scream “Diabeetus,” but still pleasing to the eye and taste buds nevertheless.
Sitting right smack dab in Manhatten is Industry Kitchen, home to all sorts of random concoctions, including the unicorn pizza. Its real name is the Pop Candy Land Pizza. But since it’s covered in rainbow crust and looks like something out of a fairytale, you can just go ahead and call it the unicorn pizza.
On top of the rainbow crust, there’s cream cheese frosting, Pop Rocks, and cotton candy. So if you’re someone who really loves sweets, then this is the type of pie you need in your life.
If you think that sounds crazy, there’s also a pizza called the 24K. Along with 24K gold leaves, it comes with truffle, platinum Ossetra caviar, foie gras, and Stilton. Oh, and it’s 2,000 bucks.
As for the unicorn pizza, that’s only $18, thank God. So next time you’re in stoned in Manhatten, New York, be sure to stop by Industry Kitchen.
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