Glitter. Chocolate. Bars.
No, haha let’s chat about these guys and about the insanity that is edible glitter! Ready for some fast facts? Not all “edible glitter” is actually edible. Did you know that? I didn’t. But in my research for this post, I learned! And I figured I’d be honest with you about it, because I bet I’m not the only one who didn’t know.
I knew I wanted to make glitter chocolate bars because, that seemed like something that just needed to exist and I’m completely obsessed with these chocolate bar molds I bought. And after we made ’em (HOW PRETTY ARE THEY!) we learned that one of the “edible” glitters we used, is actually just “non-toxic.” i.e. You shouldn’t really eat it. But the GOOD NEWS is, alongside the tutorial for making this sparkly chocolate, I’ve got a whole huge giant list of actual edible glitter, too. Ready!?
Our Favorite (Actually, for real) Edible Glitters
Gold Pearl Dust | Silver Pearl Dust
Pink Glitter Sugar | Iridescent Glitter Sugar
Purple Glitter Sugar | Gold Glitter Sugar
Edible Gold Stars | Edible Silver Stars
Photos by Jeff Mindell
For those who might be wondering, the blue-purple color in our bars above is the non-edible “disco dust.” Be sure when you are ordering edible glitter that it reads “edible” like the ones in our list above, and not just “non-toxic.” Hope those tips were helpful and that you’re off to make some sparkly chocolate bars for your next party/chocolate craving!!
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