Supernatural Sprinkles ~ Plant-Based & No-Soy! #MySillyLittleGang #cleanbaking #dyefree @SMGurusNetwork #LOVE20
I love baking! Most of all I love anything I can decorate my baking with. That’s where these Supernatural sprinkles come in. Keep reading to find out more.
Supernatural Sprinkles ~ Plant-Based & No-Soy!
I’m not sure about your family but in ours, we love our sprinkles. I love decorating cakes, cookies, and brownies with sprinkles. And the boys love to also put it on ice cream, peanut butter toast, and sometimes eating some right out of the bottle. 🙂
All that being said, I recently took a loot at the ingredient list of our favorite sprinkles and was shocked at how many of the ingredients I couldn’t pronounce.
That’s why when I found out about Supernatural sprinkles, I knew I had to try them. Supernatural is a line of all-natural, good-for-you sprinkles. No soy, artificial dyes, palm oil, wax, or animal products to ruin the day.
Available in super fun shapes, like stars and sequins. And special for the holidays, Supernatural has recently released a whole new batch of sprinkles:
Ugly Christmas Sweater: Crunchy, colorful, and a teensy bit tacky, this sprinkle blend has everything you hate to love about the holidays.
Great Big Blizzard: Snowballs, flurries, and flakes combine in a chilly winter sprinkle.
Into the Woods: An edible ode to winter wonderlands with color from spirulina, inspired by frosted pines and the crackle of fresh snow underfoot.
We were lucky enough to receive four bottles of Supernatural sprinkles. We received their
Great Big Blizzard, Into the Woods,
Ugly Christmas Sweater, and Christmas Sequins.
We absolutely loved all of them. They taste just as good as any other sprinkles, and we loved the adorable shapes! I am so glad that we found these sprinkles as we will never go back to using another brand. I also like that Supernatural also carries food colors and coconut sugar!
Supernatural is a new way to have fun with food, your hands, and your heart. Because making stuff makes us happy. So if that’s your thing, too, then climb on board – this is going to be good.
Colors rule. Sprinkles are magic. But a lot of baking ingredients make perfectly good treats cringeworthy, and not just kinda. Artificial colors, preservatives, and other usual suspects have ties to cancer, ADHD, allergies and more. So it’s no wonder we wished for something better. It took a few years, but nature delivered (like the O.G. rainbow maker would ever let us down). And trust us: We’re just getting started.