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11 August 2015

Sprinkle School

A sprinkle by any other still a sprinkle.  But, just in case you were curious what's what, how about a little pictorial review of some of the most common ones?

Dragees:  metallic balls that range in size from 2 to 10 millimeters and often come in a variety of metallic shades.

Jimmies:  the classic sprinkle you top your ice cream with; rainbow version is most common, but you can find them in all colors online and in some stores.

Nonpareils:  tiny spheres sometimes referred to as hundreds-and-thousands; they come in a wide variety of colors as well.

Quins:  decorative sugar pieces; stars and circles are common, but you can find them in tons of seasonal shapes, too.

Sanding Sugar:  a high sparkle topping that is slightly coarser than granulated sugar; comes in a variety of colors.

This is by no means a complete list of "sprinkle" options, but it's a nice primer.  Now, who wants sprinkles?


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