Glittery Cake Pops?

Decorating By ascalero Updated 14 Sep 2013 , 5:28am by Nadiaa

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ascalero Posted 14 Sep 2013 , 2:33am
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AI have to make glittery cake pops for a sweet 16, and have found a lot of people use disco dust to get the shine. I know it's not edible and was wondering if anyone has an alternative method that works to get them glittery.

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karess Posted 14 Sep 2013 , 5:21am
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Originally Posted by ascalero 

I have to make glittery cake pops for a sweet 16, and have found a lot of people use disco dust to get the shine. I know it's not edible and was wondering if anyone has an alternative method that works to get them glittery.

 

Sanding sugar...I did a few just today.

 

 

 

It might not be EXACTLY what your client is asking for, but at least it's edible. HTH

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Nadiaa Posted 14 Sep 2013 , 5:28am
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I think quite a few people crush up sanding sugar to a finer powder and use that too. I think the sanding sugar looks pretty sparkly :)

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