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Wilton Purple Cake Sparkles

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Color Name: Purple

Product Description

Color Name:Purple

Add shimmering color to your desserts! Brilliant edible glitter is here in a great variety of colors, ready to decorate cakes, cupcakes, cookies and ice cream for holidays and everyday fun. Great for stenciling or highlighting messages, borders, flowers and snow scenes. Certified Kosher.


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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Edible is a questionable term April 26 2011
By Melissamarie - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Red Cake Verified Purchase
I was so excited about these sprinkles for my cupcake decorating needs... that is until i tried a cupcake that i had LIGHTLY dusted with the glitter.

It feels like tiny razors in your mouth and absolutely ruins the texture of your baked goods. Go natural, dump these "edible" flakes.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Sprinkles Jan. 8 2012
By Rayna Carroll - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Silver Verified Purchase
These sprinkles do not taste good at all. Especially if you eat what you decorate right after you decorate it. Not that impressed
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Exactly what you Expect July 9 2012
By KLM - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Pink Verified Purchase
With this product there are no surprises. These are the exact "sparkles" (they look almost like tiny, tiny squares of pink plastic that you might wrap an Easter basket in, only about 1/4 of the thickness) you see in Michael's or other craft stores. They're cute, eatable and I think worth the price.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Rich Color and Sparkle Dec 11 2012
By Sharon Beverly - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Purple Verified Purchase
Cake sparkles are intended to give just that; a bit of twinkling color. If used alone, the impact is subtle. If you want to enhance the effect, use them in conjunction with a purple or lavender color underneath. I use them with royal icing (it hardens) on cookies. After spreading the icing, immediately sprinkle the sparkles on top. The icing will hold them in place. The two layers create a beautiful, richer look. Think of a precious stone. Without being cut properly, the stone won't sparkle. But, with facets and light, it comes to life. That's what the cake sparkles do for your flat icing. I keep a supply of several colors and have never been disappointed with my finished products.

This is not a product that you can taste. It's not sweet. Its purpose is to complement your baked goods, unlike sanding sugars or sprinkles/jimmies.

Wilton consistently provides excellent quality supplies and I've been using their products for about 34 years.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Vibrant sparkles that don't add much sparkle. Dec 9 2011
By Amanda N. Hart - Published on Amazon.com
Color: Purple Verified Purchase
Like other reviewers have pointed out, these are not sparkles. They just add a little shimmer. The flakes are large, not glittery. No taste or crunch either. They just kind of fall on icing and look like really thin shards of glass. Not pretty, just shiny purple. My mother-in-law thought it was plastic that fell on the cupcake and was picking it off until I told her what it was. Not very impressive!