Sparklers On Cake

Decorating By cecescakecreations Updated 31 Mar 2014 , 6:56pm by cecescakecreations

cecescakecreations Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 6:12pm
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ADoes anyone know anything about sparklers on the top of cake? Is there a certain way to go about using them in the cake? Does anyone know where I can get real sparkly ones that are safe? Please help? Thanks

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AZCouture Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 7:05pm
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ANone of them are safe. They burn at a thousand degrees, and throw tiny flecks of hot metal off.

AZCouture Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 7:07pm
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AOh my bad, they burn at 2000 degrees Fahrenheit!

leah_s Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 7:53pm
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AThere definitely is a food safe sparkler. I used one once on a cake. You have to get it from a professional pyrotechnics company. Even the ash is safe.

AZCouture Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 8:27pm
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AWell that's cool, I need to Google that and get some then.

DeniseNH Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 9:58pm
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I had the same experience, sparklers shot off all kinds of tiny black specks all over the cakes surface.  Glad to know that there's food safe ones now.

leah_s Posted 22 Mar 2014 , 10:29pm
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AThe food safe ones look really different. They are not sticks, but tubes sbout 3/8" diameter. The ash is gray. I put one on a cske at a wedding show for the pyro guy to demo.

cecescakecreations Posted 26 Mar 2014 , 3:32am
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AOk I found some on a site that advertises them as "wedding cake sparklers" does that sound remotely like what you may have demonstrated Leah?

leah_s Posted 26 Mar 2014 , 1:42pm
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cecescakecreations Posted 31 Mar 2014 , 6:56pm
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AThe cake is for this week so I will have a pic at the end of the week

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