These Outrageous Sparkly Foods Are Made with Edible Glitter—Here Are All The Places You Can Eat Them
Regular latte art is cool and all but Werewolf Coffee Bar in Chicago takes things to the next level by making their coffee with edible glitter.
Apparently, it’s gravy’s time to shine. This sauce debuted at Fox Under the Hill Hungry Horse Pub in London last December as part of their Christmas menu.
As if bubbly cocktails weren’t enough, this Moscato and vodka-infused liqueur from Viniq will add a little sparkle to your favorite beverage.
This unicorn-style pizza is a limited-edition menu item at Dagwoods in Santa Monica, CA.
No, those aren’t disco balls. Yes, they are chocolate. These made-to-order treats from Sessy’s Sweets will elevate your next event.
At Donas in Downey, CA, these shimmery treats are a big hit on their menu.
All that glitters is not gold. This cake from Bouchon Bakery is both colorful and shiny—what more could you ask for?
These classic French desserts got a shiny makeover when Erin Frances of Gluten Free Gator Macaron Lab dusted them with edible sparkles.
Order these customizable cake pops online and have them shipped directly to your door from Rebecca’s Cake Pops, and they’ll add a dash of sparkle to your dessert menu.
Yes, you can literally drink glitter. Visit Matthews Food & Drink in Jersey City, NJ, for this sparkly "80s glam cocktail" made with gin, passion fruit, lavender and lime.
The Flower & White Bake Shop in Telford, UK, offers a shiny dessert available in mixed metallic colors.