3 Sparkly Syrups That Want You to Eat and Poop Glitter

Looking for a way to get your breakfast to shine, or possibly a way to feel extra inside and out? Edible sparkly syrups and spreads have been gooping their way into the spotlight and just in time for the holidays. Christmas and New Year’s are the perfect time to cook up a sparkly stack of pancakes or glittery plate of waffles. If you’ve been looking for an excuse to buy that edible glitter glaze, now is your chance. 

Runamok Sparkle Syrup

This syrup is worlds away from your standard maple syrup. Everything from the taste to the consistency (and we can’t forget the sparkles) is fascinating. It has a rich, expensive taste to it and it is much closer to a liquid consistency than a syrup-y one. With all the sparkles in the mix, it sure does look like liquid gold. The flashy packaging and overall presentation of the bottle make it look like high-end makeup and would surely make for a bougie breakfast in a flash.

Great Value Star Glitter Blue Raspberry Fruit Spread

This is the fruit spread I’ve been seeing all over TikTok, and let me tell you, it is an experience. As soon as you open the bottle, there is a strong blue raspberry fragrance (and if you fling it open fast enough, a little bit of juice too) that hits you right in the nose. And the glitter stars aren’t just visible, they’re a little bit crunchy, too. Flavor-wise this guy is really sour!!! But, having eaten a lot of blue raspberry candy growing up, I can’t help but feel that’s what we know and love about blue raspberry

Great Value Confetti Glitter Fruity Cereal Fruit Spread

Rather than shimmering silver, the sparkle in this fruit spread is made up of colorful little bits suspended in a yellow, fruit cereal-flavored gel. The texture is akin to jam and it smells a lot like Fruity Pebbles—impressively so. It’s very, very tangy—tangier than the blue raspberry. So, if you’re looking for a tart sparkle, this is your pick. For me, though, blue raspberry is the fruit spread to beat. 

About the Author

Naajia Shukri

Naajia Shukri is the legit biggest fan of candy corn. She is interested in all things food, art, and beauty. After living in Korea for the past two years, she has gotten back to her L.A. roots, frequenting thrift stores and art museums.

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