We've created this super sweet Pastel Halloween sprinkle mix because witches, ghouls, and goblins aren't for everyone. A soft blend of pink, purple, and mint pastels mixed together with classic Halloween black and white sprinkles and the cutest little ghost confetti. Double up your sweets with this adorable Halloween sprinkle mix.
INGREDIENTS:Beeswax, calcium stearate, carnauba wax, cellulose gum, cocoa, confectioner's glaze, corn starch, corn syrup, dextrin, dextrose, glucose powder, glycerin, gum Arabic, HPMC, hydrogenated palm kernel oil, magnesium silicate, maltodextrin, mica based pearlescent pigment, natural and artificial flavor, palm kernel oil, potassium sorbate, reduced protein whey (MILK), rice flour, salt, soy lecithin (SOY), sugar, tapioca dextrin, tapioca starch, xanthan gum, blue 1 (e133), red 3 (e127), red 40 (e129), titanium dioxide (e171), yellow 5 (e102), citric acid and less than 1/10th of 1% sodium benzoate
ALLERGENS: Contains SOY, and MILK
(This list is not intended to address all substances that may represent an allergen risk to certain individuals.) This product is prepared and packaged using machines that may come into contact with WHEAT, EGGS, MILK, SOY, and TREE NUTS. Unintentional cross-contamination can always be a possibility, however remote.
STORAGE AND SHELF LIFE: 18 months from date of manufacture when stored in a dark, cool and dry place. (60-80°F and 50% relative humidity or less)
Orders are processed Monday through Friday at around 8:00 am CST. Current order processing times are listing on this shipping page during checkout. Transit time varies depending on location, but is usually 2-5 days. These times may be extended during holiday season (September - December).
Orders are shipped via USPS and occasionally can take longer due to post office inefficiencies. If you need the sprinkles in 2 weeks or less, it's recommended that you purchase expedited shipping. Please note that USPS does not guarantee priority mail shipping (only priority mail express) and we are not responsible for delays once the package is out of our hands.