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- n. Small candy or sugar pieces that are sprinkled over other confections.
- n. Plural form of sprinkle.
- v. Third person singular simple present of to sprinkle.
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- n. bits of sweet chocolate used as a topping on e.g. ice cream
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The cookies above have been rolled in sprinkles and in shredded coconut.
I usually stick with the slice-n-bake cookies, rolling the edges of the cookie logs in sprinkles or nuts before slicing them into individual cookies on the cookie sheet.
White chocolate, along with red and blue sprinkles is the best combination for the 4th of July, but feel free to bring in some milk or dark chocolate, too.
Sugar cookie dough, frosting, and sprinkles is all you need for this fun little creative treat.
I know there is good in you. * showering you with sparkly sprinkles from the good side of the Force*
Qristyl, another of my early favorites, is making something out of shiny satin in a print that recalls the sprinkles on the Carvel ice cream logo.
I am known as a sprinkles kind of baker, but I can't ever use white ones again.
They called their sprinkles Hagel, which is what my brother named the black/dark brown kitten he acquired a year or so later.
I'm been corrected before when I've called sprinkles confetti, so I'd like to involve actual confetti in a cupcake experience- maybe a waitress could be involved in the fluttering down as it's placed before the lucky girl?
These looked very similar to the cupcakes I often get at other bakeries, with little sprinkles aka confetti on top, but there were their own unique taste treat.