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Ingredients: Dextrose, sugar, corn starch, partially hydrogenated vegetable oil (cottonseed and/or soybean), corn syrup, confectioners' glaze, soy lecithin, carnauba wax, artificial color, fd&c yellow #5 lake. Made in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, milk and wheat products.
Nicole Pinou
· November 4, 2014
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These pearls are approx 5 mm.
Sweet n Fancy Emporium
Seller · May 16, 2018
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Lol no, they are WAY too big for that. These are for decorating cookies, cakes, etc.
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Hi Blondie 2014, these pearls are used for decoration of cake pops or chocolate covered strawberries, cupcakes etc... the icing or chocolate being used will cause the pearls to become soft. Hope this helped to answer your question. Good luck and take care...
Lisa m.
· November 27, 2018
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Depends on how your using them? Covering the entire cake ...several? If using as a border...2 to 3 depending on size of layers? As accents 1 bottle. They are very hard, and not easy on the teeth....so I wouldnt get too many on a cake...
Guest may have issues!! I decorate wedding cakes and often hear people complain a… see more
Depends on how your using them? Covering the entire cake ...several? If using as a border...2 to 3 depending on size of layers? As accents 1 bottle. They are very hard, and not easy on the teeth....so I wouldnt get too many on a cake...
Guest may have issues!! I decorate wedding cakes and often hear people complain about all those hard beads....lol see less
Depends on how your using them? Covering the entire cake ...several? If using as a border...2 to 3 depending on size of layers? As accents 1 bottle. They are very hard, and not easy on the teeth....so I wouldnt get too many on a cake...
Guest may have issues!! I decorate wedding cakes and often hear people complain about all those hard beads....lol

Laurie J Geier
· December 3, 2019
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Wilton does not make the silver nor the gold sugar pearls anymore.
Party Basement
Seller · January 10, 2014
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I'm not sure. They're hard like beads. I put the cake in the refrigerator because I used butter cream frosting, I didn't want it to melt. When I took it out, these beads couldn't be eaten because they were like eating rocks. They're very pretty though and may work well not cold.
Shannon S.
· January 18, 2017
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I do have four jars of mint green pearls in my shop. If you want you can call me 908-272-0848 or I can list them. Let me know. THanks
Sweet n Fancy Emporium
Seller · February 21, 2017
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While there may have been alcohol in the processing part of the production, it would have been cooked off and therefore irrelevant. There are no pork products. (No gelatin, if that's what you're asking. It uses wax as a holding agent)
E. Coleman
· March 21, 2013
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You can use them but I would rather use non pariels on chocolate - these are a hard candy & might be better used to decorate cakes & cake pops.
Sweet n Fancy Emporium
Seller · February 2, 2018