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Hi Lisa, I just asked the same question and they are said to be between approx 3-5mm in size. Hope this helps!
Sudz
· January 30, 2013
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I doubt it, but the moisture from the buttercream makes them melt. Put them on right before serving. Spritz with water light mist if the buttercream is dry.
Amazon Customer
· July 22, 2018
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They are not wafer-like. They are more like a solid-ish sugar ball.
E S A T
· June 22, 2017
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Much larger than nonpareils. Without measuring, I would estimate they are in the 3-4mm range.
Deborah Culp-Hook
· January 30, 2013
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That's correct, these are our white sugar pearl sprinkles
Wilton Customer Service
Manufacturer · October 3, 2019
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I'm pretty sure they'll stay with their shape as long as the chocolate isn't too hot. However, I still wouldn't use but a very few on pretzels because they are larger. I'd still stick to smaller sprinkles for comfort of eating.
ReaderLady
· March 7, 2015
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You have to buy different jars.
KARINNA
· July 18, 2019
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These are similar to a 3 to 4 mm
Sweet n Fancy Emporium
Seller · April 28, 2016
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Yes they are however, Wilton does produce gluten products in the same factory. I don't know if there will be cross contamination. If you are really sensitive it might matter.
Kindle Customer
· February 19, 2017
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These are hard candies- you could glue to clay, but would be time consuming.
They won't melt.

Chest Bump
· June 18, 2013