9 Christmas Sprinkles You Need in Your Holiday Baking Stash
Sure, you could use regular ol' sprinkles for decorating your Christmas cookies. You could also wow your family and friends with cheerful Christmas sprinkles!
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You can use crushed candy canes to sprinkle on top of a bowl of peppermint ice cream, add crunch to the edge of mint whoopie pies or put the finishing touch on a mug of hot cocoa.
We can’t wait to add a subtle shimmer to all the holiday classics with this white sparkling sugar. You can use it to decorate candied orange peels, or as the perfect addition to a simple Amish Sugar Cookie. Who needs frosting?
Throw subtlety out the window and go all-out with these Christmas sprinkles and nonpareils. You’ll get two pounds of red and white sprinkles to make your holiday cookies stand out, along with a few snowflakes to break up the color here and there.
These teeny, tiny candy cane sprinkles are a sure-fire way to get you in the holiday mood. The attention to detail on these sprinkles is unreal, and they would look amazing on top of any decorated Christmas cookies.
Brr! It might be cold outside, but there’s something beautiful about winter colors. You can capture the spirit of cold weather while baking with these blizzard sprinkles. The combination of blue, purple and white will make you feel like you stepped out into a snow day!