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Edible glitter?

Discussion in 'The Homestead Kitchen - Recipes Etc' started by sumi, Nov 6, 2018.

  1. Nov 6, 2018
    sumi

    sumi Sustainability Master Administrator

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    Found on FB. Looks like something fun for Xmas cookies and other edible decorations :)

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    I've hear people saying it doesn't work. IDK why it is baked! Wouldn't the sugar melt?

    When I was little, my mom would put a drop of food coloring in a baggie with sugar and have us shake and smash it until blended. I know that works for making regular colored sugar with granulated sugar.

    I wonder if that works with coarse sugar to get the glittery effect?
     

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