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15 Totally Sweet Treats with Sprinkles

From graduation to summer BBQs, now’s the time to party! What better way to make your gathering festive than by serving sweet treats with sprinkles? This little edible confetti just screams celebration and makes even the dullest of desserts look fun and exciting. Check out 15 colorful ways you can add some sprinkle happiness to your next shindig!

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    15 Sprinkle Treats
  • Make Your Own Sprinkles 2 of 16
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    If you can't get to the store and need some sprinkles, here's a great tutorial that's easy and gets bright results.

    Make Your Own Sprinkles.

  • Milk and Sprinkles Shot 3 of 16
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    Make an ordinary glass of milk extraordinary with sprinkles on the rim. Your kids will be begging for milk served in these special cups.

    Make Milk and Sprinkles Shot.

  • Homemade Oreo Cakesters With Sprinkles 4 of 16
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    What a fun activity for those long summer afternoons. The kids can help bake, decorate and eat. Warning: when the neighborhood kids get wind of this treat your house will be the new hot spot.

    Make Homemade Oreo Cakesters With Sprinkles.

  • Chocolate Covered Animal Crackers 5 of 16
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    Surprise the kids with homemade circus animal crackers. I would make these with white chocolate and dark chocolate. You could even get colored melting chocolates for the traditional pink and white.

    Make Chocolate Covered Animal Crackers.

  • Banana Split Bites 6 of 16
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    Everyone will be so excited to eat these adorable treats that no one will realize they are actually good for you.

    Make Banana Split Bites.

  • Vanilla Sprinkle Dipped Cupcakes 7 of 16
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    Shaking the sprinkles onto a cupcake is lovely, but what if you want more sprinkle coverage? Try dipping your cupcake into sprinkles.

    Make Vanilla Sprinkle Dipped Cupcakes.

  • Chocolate Dipped Pretzels 8 of 16
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    For a salty-sweet treat that's fun to make and fun to eat try chocolate dipped pretzels with sprinkles.

    Make Chocolate Dipped Pretzels.

  • Nilla Wafer Banana Nutella Sprinkle Bites 9 of 16
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    These little sandwich cookies pack in a ton of flavor and look like a party on a plate.

    Make Nilla Wafer Banana Nutella Sprinkle Bites.

  • Frozen Yogurt Banana Pops 10 of 16
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     Sprinkles on a stick are hiding the deliciously healthy frozen bananas and yogurt.

    Make Frozen Yogurt Banana Pops.

  • Chocolate Honey Truffle Cups 11 of 16
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    These decadent little cuties are sure to please adults and kids. 

    Make Chocolate Honey Truffle Cups.

  • Edible Party Horns 12 of 16
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    Party horns are great for any party and these are adorable and edible.

    Make Edible Party Horns.

  • Marshmallow Lollipops 13 of 16
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     I am definitely making these for the 4th of July. Sprinkled with red white and blue they will look like sparklers only flameless and better tasting.

    Make Marshmallow Lollipops.

  • Ice Cube Shot Glass 14 of 16
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    These are great for the over 21 crowd that still loves the whimsy of sprinkles. I think these would be great for a 4th of July party with red white and blue around the rim.

    Make Ice Cube Shot Glass.

  • Cappuccino Mocha Banana Bites 15 of 16
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    Underneath all the extravagance of chocolate, whipped cream and sprinkles are banana bites!

    Make Cappuccino Mocha Banana Bites.

  • Sprinkle Cones! 16 of 16
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    Dress up those boring cones with some sprinkles.

    Make Sprinkle Cones!.

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