Gold Sprinkles
Gold glitter on donuts (both photos courtesy Fancy Sprinkles).

Sprinkles Glass Rimmer
Glass rimmers, available in every color in the rainbow.

 

Here’s a holiday gift idea for a baker: edible fancy sprinkles from Fancy Sprinkles, a well-named company.

Yes, it’s a bit of a niche product, but the right person will be tickled pink [sprinkles], or any colors you bestow.

We’ve never seen such assortments of creative sprinkles, including eight designs just for Christmas:

  • Candy Cane Lane
  • Grinchmas
  • Mistletoe
  • Snowfall
  • Ugly Sweater Party and others
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    Each is a beautiful mix of colors and shapes: not your mother’s sprinkles!

    The company has done a great job of putting together colors and shapes. Everything is mixed to order.

    Use the sprinkles on:

  • Beverage and cocktail rims
  • Cakes, cookies and doughnuts
  • Fudge and other candy
  • Ice cream and cones
  • Anything else
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    The sprinkles are conversation-starter—so if conversation wanes at Thanksgiving, sprinkle the gold, orange and white Pumpkin Spice collection over the pumpkin pie or the rim of your pumpkintini.

    Individual jars are $ 5 and up, depending on the complexity of the mix.

    There are gift-boxed assortments from $ 15 to $ 32, and a “sprinkle club” with a different assortment each month, seasonally-themed.

    >>TAKE A LOOK!<<

     

      


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