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I have a new obsession—sprinkles. They are sweet, and as diverse as they are lovely and fun. They make our goodies sparkle, and we are all the better for them. You have probably experienced these little wonders, because they are everywhere: cookies, cakes, ice cream, doughnuts, etc... My first introduction to sprinkles was the famous classic rainbow sprinkle. They generously covered the top scoop of my double scoop vanilla ice cream cone. Life was good! Did you know there are at least 9 different types of sprinkles? 1. Jimmies (elongated like hot dogs) 2. Nonpareils (little round colorful balls) 3. Quins (fun shapes: hearts, stars, etc.) 4. Dragees (candy pearls) 5. Sanding sugar (clear crystals, slightly bigger than table sugar) 6. Crystal sugar (the size of coarse sea salt) 7. Confetti (little sugar dots) 8. Pixie dust (edible glitter) 9. Luster dust (pearly sheen dust)
For more in-depth information on sprinkles, please check out wonderful articles by Jessi Devenyns (https://www.wideopeneats.com/all-the-different-types-of- sprinkles-to-make-your-desserts-sparkle/) and Sarah Hook (https://sarahsbakestudio.com/sprinkles-101-know-your- sprinkles/). For you DIY folks, there’s even a way to make your own custom sprinkles. Chef Gemma Stafford gives easy step-by- step instructions  (https://www.biggerbolderbaking.com/homemade- sprinkles/). I’m sharing pictures of some Addinnella baked goodies using various types of sprinkles. I hope they inspire you to make your own creations sparkle. Happy baking!
Welcome! My name is Denise,  and this is my food blog. I have an addictive passion for home baked goods. And I love exploring the food universe. So, I'm hoping you'll join me on this journey.  I share a new blog post each month, and write about all sorts of things: new food trends, kitchen gadget reviews, baking hacks, recipes I've tried (that are worth the time and trouble), little known food facts, etc.  I'd love to hear from you, so send your blog comments to me at info@addinnella.com. Thanks for reading my blog!

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Welcome! My name is Denise,  and this is my food blog. I have an addictive passion for home baked goods. And I love exploring the food universe. So, I'm hoping you'll join me on this journey.  I share a new blog post each month, and write about all sorts of things: new food trends, kitchen gadget reviews, baking hacks, recipes I've tried (that are worth the time and trouble), little known food facts, etc.  I'd love to hear from you, so send your blog comments to me at info@addinnella.com. Thanks for reading my blog!
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I have a new obsession—sprinkles. They are sweet, and as diverse as they are lovely and fun. They make our goodies sparkle, and we are all the better for them. You have probably experienced these little wonders, because they are everywhere: cookies, cakes, ice cream, doughnuts, etc. My first introduction to sprinkles was the famous classic rainbow sprinkle. They generously covered the top scoop of my double scoop vanilla ice cream cone. Life was good! Did you know there are at least 9 different types of sprinkles? 1. Jimmies (elongated like        hot dogs) 2. Nonpareils (little round         colorful balls) 3. Quins (fun shapes: hearts, stars, etc.) 4. Dragees (candy pearls) 5. Sanding sugar (clear crystals, slightly bigger than         table sugar) 6. Crystal sugar (the size of coarse sea salt) 7. Confetti (little sugar dots) 8. Pixie dust (edible glitter) 9. Luster dust (pearly sheen dust) For more in-depth information on sprinkles, please check out wonderful articles by Jessi Devenyns (https://www.wideopeneats.com/all-the-different- types-of-sprinkles-to-make-your-desserts-sparkle/) and Sarah Hook (https://sarahsbakestudio.com/sprinkles-101-know- your-sprinkles/). For you DIY folks, there’s even a way to make your own custom sprinkles. Chef Gemma Stafford gives easy step-by-step instructions  (https://www.biggerbolderbaking.com/homemade- sprinkles/). I’m sharing pictures of some Addinnella baked goodies using various types of sprinkles. I hope they inspire you to make your own creations sparkle. Happy baking!

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MAKE IT SPARKLE WITH SPRINKLES

Posted January 1, 2019 (Vol. 29)

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