Edible glitter

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cherrypicker

Edible glitter

I have just seen a reference to edible glitter, of course I will goggle it in a minute - but does anyone know where it's sold in the high street?
I like to give things a sparkle!

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Gerry

re edible glitter

http://www.goldleafsupplies.co.uk/acatalog/Edible_Gold_Leaf.html

Waitrose might stock it.

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Linzechris

Edible glitter

It's usually with the cake decoration stuff or of course found in cake icing shops.

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tubs

edible glitter

I have just received the new Lakeland catalogue and in it they are selling tiny edible gold and silver stars. If you can't find glitter then they may do the trick.

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Sharon

Edible Glitter

I know you said on the high street, but try www.goodcookshop.com. They sell very sparkly glitter in fabulous colours.

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sam from worthing

edible glitter

google jane asher, her site sells it, as does lakelands, it does become harder to find in stock at certain times of the year, so purchase "out of season" sainsbugs sold gold and silver stars over christmas (large branches though).

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Karen`s Kitchen

Glitter

I bought 3 colours at a Food fair in Edinburgh at Christmas. They came from a specialist cupcake shop. They were small and cost over £3 each but they go a long way and will last for years. I brushed a teeny bit on my shortbread biscuits and they looked super and sparkly.

 
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