Our Sprinklefetti™ St. Patrick's Day Sprinkle Mix is full of a variety of green, black, white and gold sprinkles including jimmies, nonpareils, sugars, sugar pearls and mini shamrock quins. For added fun there this mix includes some rock candy pieces, gold sequin candies, shamrock candies and edible star and square glitter. For this season there is the addition of a few candy shamrock and round pieces. Use this mix to decorate cupcakes, cakes, cookies and more! See all of the Sprinklefetti™ mixes we carry here.
NOTE: Each of our special sprinkle mixes vary and can appear slightly different than shown. We reserve the right to change or add to the mix at any time. The photo is a general representation.
- 4 oz jar (approx. 1/2 cup)
- 8 oz jar (approx. 1 cup)
- 16 oz jar (approx. 2 cups)
Our sprinkles are sold by measure, not weight. Visit our Bulk Sprinkles section to see the styles we offer at a discount.
Ingredients: sugar, cornstarch, potato starch, rice flour, corn starch, palm oil, vegetable oil (coconut, canola), glucose powder, water, maltodextrin, magnesium stearate, calcium stearate, tapioca dextrin (starch and syrup), bees wax, mica based pearlescent pigment, gum arabic, gum acacia, hydroxypropl distarch phosphate, shellac, carnuba wax, xanthan gum, titanium dioxide (color), dextrin, artificial flavor, artificial & natural colors.
Sprinkles shift during shipping. Larger sprinkles may shift to the center of the jar. You can pour the sprinkles into a bowl to get the full #Sprinklefetti effect!
STORING YOUR SPRINKLES: It is best to keep sprinkles stored in a cool dry place out of sunlight. Light can cause some styles of sprinkles to fade. Sprinkles generally have a 1- 2 year "best by" and the sparkling and sanding sugars can last even longer.
NEED MORE: Multiple quantities are available. If you need more than you are able to add to your cart please email us and we would be happy to check our stock.
Those with food allergies should not consume our edible items as they are produced in facilities where food allergens can be.