Disco Dust

Decorating By mandyrangel Updated 6 Mar 2014 , 11:08pm by costumeczar

mandyrangel Posted 6 Mar 2014 , 9:31pm
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Is disco dust edible and safe to eat? I would like to make a cake like one of the pictures below, but I have looked up a little about disco dust and am worried that it may not be safe to eat. I guess I'm wondering:

 

Are these cakes made with disco dust or something else? If made with disco dust, is it safe to eat? If not made with disco dust, what other product could I use to achieve this gold, glittery/sparkly look?

 

Any info or an answer to any of these would be appreciated!

Thanks so much! 

 

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costumeczar Posted 6 Mar 2014 , 11:08pm
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I think Ella already answered this on another thread for you...This looks like real gold leaf, and you shouldn't use disco dust on cakes like this. It's plastic and that's way too much of it to use on a real cake.

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