This Rainbow Inception Doughnut Is Made By Unicorns, Blessed By Puppies, And Is Every Terrifying 2016 Food Trend Rolled Into One

Where do we start with the the Sparkle Dazzle Rainbow doughnut? Do we talk about the rainbow food trend, and how it’s infected everything from grilled cheese, to coffee, to sushi? Do we mention the fact that you can now boast to your friends that you’ve eaten a baker’s dozen doughnuts in one sitting and still have room for lunch? Or do we talk about the claim that these doughnuts are made by unicorns and blessed by puppies?

Yes, unicorns AND puppies. That’s exactly what Cinnamon Snail, the food truck behind the Inception-esque (“except happier”) doughnuts on doughnuts on doughnuts says of their new fried creation on Instagram.

How do we make these special doughnuts you ask? A gaggle of wild unicorns stampedes through our Brooklyn culinary cloud castle at night (don’t worry, that’s totally OK with the D.O.H.), and sprinkles magical unicorn dust on regular doughnut flavored doughnuts, to cause a chain reaction, where the “teddy-bear-man” comes down from his rainbow wizard ward to transform the United States into a kingdom of happy rainbows from sea to shining sea.

Oh, and one more thing: “Each doughnut is blessed by a happy puppy wearing a little hat, before it comes down to the Earth realm, suspended from a small umbrella.”

Of course, the doughnuts do come at a premium: One Sparkle Dazzle Rainbow doughnut will set you back $7. For comparison, the regular, non-blessed doughnuts cost $2 each. But it’s a small price to pay for magical unicorn dust, TBH.

Okay, time to get serious. According to Gothamist, only the bottom is a legit doughnut. The three doughnuts topping it are made of shaped sugar-cookie dough, while the top nine doughnuts are hand-decorated “Cheerio-type cereal.”

One more thing to seal the deal: The Cinnamon Snail is a vegan food truck. Which means, by extension, these doughnuts are vegan, too. Intrigued? You can find the Cinnamon Snail truck inside The Pennsy next to Penn Station. But you might want to make sure your top falls over before you take a bite out of the doughnut. Or is this all just a dream?