My friend just informed me that she is getting married on December 27 of this year. Her wedding was originally June 6! I am supposed to make 200 cupcakes for her. I was going to make chocolate seashells, now it will be chocolate snowflakes. I want to dust the chocolates with blue pearl luster dust or white sparkle dust. This may sound like a stupid question but is it edible? I've heard conflicticng things. Also, how far ahead can i make the chocolates. Will they store if they are already dusted? How should I store them. This change in date is really freaking me out and any help anyone could give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
Most luster dust is labeled "non toxic", so I haven't worried about eating it. However....it is NOT FDA approved. If you want something that is, get some platinum dust. I think lots of places have it, including countrykitchensa.com and intotheoven.com and others.
I guess I'd store them in a plastic container on paper towels in a cool location.
Jodie's dog should be able to clear up all Qs about luster dust. Hehehehe