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Flower Sprinkles at Found

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Edible garnishes in a smoothie. - PIXABAY
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For fans of pretty plating, here's an ideal garnish: botanical sprinkles. They can be used to transform sweet or savory dishes into something special. The organic, edible flower petal and bud sprinkles are a blend of heather, cornflower and marigold. Sprinkle on top of cupcakes, salads, soups or on a cheese plate. A line of these edible flowers on a cheesecake would give it a soft but modern finish. A four-ounce jar will set you back $19.


Found Natural Goods
1001 NW Brooks St., Bend
541-639-7728
foundnaturalgoods.com


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