How to Make Sugar Free Sprinkles
I have always wondered why I could never find sprinkles that were not made from sugar.
As a result, I found a way to make them myself. This recipe is the closed thing to the sprinkles with sugar in them.
There are so many used for sprinkles.
Of course, we can put them on top of our cupcakes. However, ice cream is my choice for sprinkles. I love all of the pretty colors that can get added in a moment thanks to them.
This recipe is easier than you may think it is.
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The recipe for How to Make Sugar Free Sprinkles
What you will need to make this
- Sugar Free confectioner’s sugar- 2 cups. You can make Sugar Free confectioner’s sugar yourself using this recipe or buy Sugar Free confectioner’s sugar online.
- Pasteurized Egg White– 2 tablespoons.
- Water- as needed.
- Vanilla Extract- 1 tsp. Can sub in other flavored extracts.
- Plastic baggies.
How to make How to Make Sugar Free Sprinkles
- In a large bowl, mix together the sugar and the pasteurized egg whites. A whisk or fork should suffice.
- Add 1/4 teaspoon of water to the bowl and mix. Continue doing this until a paste forms. This should not take more than 1- 1/1/2 teaspoons total.
- We will be dividing the paste into alternative smaller bowls according to the colors of the sprinkles that you decide to make. For example, if you are making three separate colors of sprinkles, simply use three smaller bowls.
Continue with this.
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In a large bowl, mix together the sugar and the pasteurized egg whites
Add 1/4 teaspoon of water to the bowl and mix. Continue doing this until a paste forms
Divide the paste into alternative smaller bowls and stir in food coloring and extract to each bowl.
Transfer each of the colored pastes to it's own plastic baggie. Seal the baggie and then cut off a small corner (or larger if larger sprinkles are desired)
Pipe the paste from each bag on to parchment paper. Allow the paste to dry overnight. Cut into sprinkle shapes.
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