Rainbow sprinkles are not only perfect for decorating your ice cream, they’re great for baking with too! Find out what they are, what they’re made of, and what they taste like!
What are Rainbow Sprinkles?
Rainbow sprinkles are very small, chopped up multicolored pieces mixed together, made from a dried out icing-like mixture.
They’re also known as jimmies, hundreds and thousands, and sugar strands.
I love desserts with sprinkles! Cookies, cakes, ice cream, brownies, you name it! They’re just so colorful and fun and they put a smile on everyone’s face. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love these colorful dessert decorations.
Ingredients in Rainbow Sprinkles
What are sprinkles made of? These ones in particular are usually made of sugar, corn syrup, corn starch, hydrogenated palm kernel oil, carnauba wax (edible wax), and artificial food dyes.
They are dairy-free, nut free, and vegetarian.
Are sprinkles considered candy? Yes, because they are a confectionery (sweets).
What do Rainbow Sprinkles taste like?
They pretty much taste like slightly less sweet white sugar. Are they flavored? No, they have no flavoring whatsoever.
Desserts with Sprinkles:
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