9 Best Halloween Sprinkles For Cookies

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Top 9 Halloween Sprinkles For Cookies

1
Festival Halloween 6Cell Sprinkle ( Sprinkle Mix, 7 Ounce)
Product Highlights:
  • 3 solid color sprinkles (purple, green, orange) and 3 different halloween mix sprinkles
  • easy-pour flip top container
  • top cupcakes, ice cream and other treats
2
Festival Jumbo Candy Eyes ( Toppers, 2.5 Oz)
Product Highlights:
  • 2.5 oz
  • perfect for decorating desserts
3
Wilton Orange Sugar Sparkles ( Sparkles)
Product Highlights:
  • produced with the highest grade materials
  • premium quality - made from premium quality extra heavy duty
  • manufactured in united states
5
Wilton 710685 Halloween 6 ( Sprinkle Mix, 204g)
Product Highlights:
  • brew up some wickedly fun treats this halloween
  • quick and easy way to spruce up your halloween treats
  • plastic bottle for convenient pouring and storage
6
Wilton 7102132 Halloween Ghost ( Ghost Mix, Assorted)
Product Highlights:
  • halloween ghost mix sprinkles
  • orange jimmies and ghost-shaped sprinkles
  • great for using on cookies, cupcakes, cakes, brownies and more. contains soy
7
Sprinkles Day Of The ( Sprinkles For Baking, Gluten Free)
Product Highlights:
  • gorgeous sprinkle blends! beautiful halloween colors! red, blue, orange, green and black!
  • fun and colorful skull candy shapes!
  • great for spooky halloween events and parties!
8
Wilton Candy Eyeballs088 OunceCount ( Ounce,Count Of 50)
Product Highlights:
  • candy eyeballs add a whimsical look to iced and frosted treats
  • color: black and white
  • net weight: 0.88 oz. (25 g)

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