Here's How to Make Edible Glitter for an Elegant Dessert

Everyone will have fun with this unique treat!

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Glitter is a New Year's Eve staple. From the outfits to the decor, and even to the glistening snow outside, everything seems to sparkle on that one magical night. But why should your food miss out on all the sparkly fun? Edible glitter is easy to make and even more fun to eat! These three glittery recipes are anything but dull, so make sure they are front and center on the dessert table this New Year's. 

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1. Glitter Popcorn

This treat is as simple as making butter popcorn, but it definitely doesn't belong scattered on a movie theater floor. Dress up the ultimate snack food with a blanket of shimmering glitter for your holiday party. Guests will be talking about this glam snack all night long!

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2. Frosty Snowballs

Who needs paper snowflake decorations when you can have real snowballs? Well, kind of. These shimmery cookies look like little snowballs but taste way better. The trick to making realistic snow is to mix the edible glitter with sifted powdered sugar. The kids will get a kick out of these!

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3. Glitter Doughnuts

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The only thing better than a doughnut is a doughnut rolled in edible glitter! Take this favorite dessert to the next level by sprinkling edible glitter over a freshly glazed doughnut. You may get some glitter lips after taking a bite, but we promise you'll have no regrets.

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Now that you are itching to hop on the glitter trend, check out this video from YouTube user Learn To Grow to see how to make the shimmery topping. 

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