Sam’s Club Has A 3-Tier Christmas Unicorn Cake That’s Perfect For All Your Holiday Parties
How fun! This would be a hit at your holiday parties.
There are two types of people who celebrate Christmas: those who decorate with white lights and enjoy apple pie after dinner … and those who decorate with multiple colors and will most definitely love Sam’s Club newest holiday dessert — Christmas-themed unicorn cake.
Yes, unicorn. Complete with a holiday-appropriate horn and Santa’s belt, the two- or three-tier cake also has red and green sprinkles and red and green ears.
If the whole Santa theme isn’t really your thing, you can get the cake in a winter theme, too! The winter cake is blue and white, with a blue and white striped horn and snowflakes on the bottom layer. It also comes in either two or three tiers.
The Santa cake will be available through Dec. 24 while supplies last, but the winter cake is sticking around all the way through January. Both cakes are available to order now at your local Sam’s Club.
Not only are the cakes sure to make your holidays adorable, but they’ll probably end up saving you money on dessert, too. The three-tier cake serves 66 people for $69.98 — or just $1.06 per serving. The two-tier cake costs $39.89 and serves 46 people, or around 87 cents a serving. Both are available in vanilla or chocolate.
If the cake looks a bit familiar, it’s because Sam’s Club has been making unicorn cakes since last April, when they debuted a rainbow cake with a magical gold unicorn horn. If you’re into mermaids instead, the store also offers a cake with a mermaid tail and sea creatures swimming around the layers. Those cakes are the same price as the new holiday and winter cakes.
If you think these are cute and all but don’t exactly want to serve them at Christmas, you can still get a massive dessert at Sam’s Club … in the form of a three-pound cinnamon roll. Because nothing says Christmas like (three pounds of) cinnamon rolls!
Will you be ordering a unicorn cake for your holiday celebrations this year?
This story originally appeared on Simplemost.