While you could scour the internet in an attempt to figure out how to make flowers out of fondant, one company is making the decorating process much easier by offering dozens of one-of-a-kind sprinkles that ship right to your door.
Other choices include gold unicorn horns, rainbow marshmallows for Lucky Charms fans, blocks for that Lego-themed party and dozens more. You’ll even find edible prism powder that make your desserts look like they’re covered in glitter and vegan sprinkles for those making a dairy- and egg-free dessert.
You’ll also find sprinkles geared toward adult dessert-lovers, like these Rosé All Day sprinkles for wine lovers, Mr. Gatsby for a New Year’s Eve party or formal event and Black Widow for a black and gold themed party.
Prices are mostly in the $5–$12 range for a 4-ounce container but may vary depending on the sprinkles you choose and the size of the container. If you’re a frequent baker (or just like to pretend you’re on “The Great British Baking Show“), you can even subscribe to a monthly delivery of three jars of sprinkles for $21, or $7 a container.
If you head over to Fancy Sprinkle’s Instagram, you’ll find some inspiration for how to use the sprinkles, like this gorgeous cake with pink sprinkles, melted chocolate and edible glitter for Valentine’s Day (or any day of the year!).
You don’t even need to stick to cake. Check out how they used their sprinkles to bedazzle these blue macarons:
Even though Fancy Sprinkles has a lot to offer (like, a lot), they’re not the only fancy sprinkle company out there. Other companies include Sweetapolita, which sells sprinkles with themes like disco, comic book and galaxy, and the Layer Cake Shop, which has sprinkle blends like zombie, s’mores and princess (which includes mini crowns!).
If you’d rather not order your dessert decorations online, Nestle Toll House also makes some pretty creative toppings you can find right in your local grocery store. From colorful, unicorn-inspired baking chips to chocolate curls, you’ll look like a baking pro in no time!
Which sprinkles will you order for your kitchen pantry?