Like it or not, the controversial unicorn food craze is still going strong. And New York City’s Industry Kitchen is taking the trend where no other restaurant has dared to before: pizza.
Officially called Pop Candy Land Pizza, this decadent dessert is made from a base of rainbow sugared dough covered in vibrant vanilla icing, rainbow sprinkles, and Pop Rocks candy. Then it’s topped with a giant pink and blue cotton candy pouf, and even more sprinkles and Pop Rocks. Because why the heck not? Unicorn foods have no limits. And it’s all yours for just $18.
Feast your eyes on this magically crazy pie:
Guys! Check out the most colorful and sweetest pizza on the NYC market! The Pop Candy Land pizza from @industrykitchen has cotton candy, pop rocks, a beautiful rainbow crust and cream cheese frosting! Super pretty and wayyy more affordable than their 24k pizza! The best part is you can eat it with views of the east river! #dessert #pizza ##industrykitchen #cottoncandy . . . .
Foodgod was beyond excited to try Industry Kitchen’s Pop Candy Land Pizza, which he says lived up to the hype. But it was their 24K Pizza—an opulent $2,000 pie covered in gold flakes and caviar—that stole the show. Foodgod claims it’s “the CRAZIEST thing he’s ever eaten.”
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