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12 Christmas Sprinkles You Need in Your Holiday Baking Stash

Sure, you could use regular ol' sprinkles for decorating your Christmas cookies. You could also wow your family and friends with cheerful Christmas sprinkles!

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crushed candy canesleekris/Getty Images

Crushed Candy Canes

You can use crushed candy canes to sprinkle on top of a bowl of peppermint ice cream, add crunch to the edge of mint whoopie pies or put  the finishing touch on a mug of hot cocoa.

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Sprinkle Pop Christmas SprinklesCourtesy Sprinkle Pop

Whimsical Mix

Take your holiday treats to the next level with Sprinkle Pop’s colorful mix inspired by How the Grinch Stole Christmas. You’ll find hearts (of various sizes), snowflakes and even some Whoville trees. Dah who doraze, indeed!

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Wilton Pearlized Gold Sprinkles, 3.8 oz. Edible Gold Glittervia wilton.com

Gold Sprinkle Mix

There’s no better way to elevate your favorite holiday cookies than with gorgeous gold sprinkles, edible gold glitter and white and gold pearls. It’ll put you in the holiday spirit before you even take a bite of that delicious cookie or cupcake.

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Snowflake sprinklesvia amazon.com

Sweet Snowflakes

You can have a white Christmas whether it’s snowing or not! These pearlized snowflake sprinkles would look perfect on a batch of Frozen-themed cakes, cookies or cupcakes.

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Wilton White Sparkling Sugar, 8 oz.via amazon.com

White Sparkling Sugar

We can’t wait to add a subtle shimmer to all the holiday classics with this white sparkling sugar. You can use it to decorate candied orange peels, or as the perfect addition to a simple Amish Sugar Cookie. Who needs frosting?

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Noel sprinkle mixvia amazon.com

Noel Mix

Throw subtlety out the window and go all-out with these Christmas sprinkles and nonpareils. You’ll get two pounds of red and white sprinkles to make your holiday cookies stand out, along with a few snowflakes to break up the color here and there.

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Christmas Sprinkles Red and Green Treesvia amazon.com

Red and Green Christmas Trees

Would it be going overboard if you decorated a Christmas tree-shaped cookie with red and green Christmas tree sprinkles? I think not! You only get to celebrate the holidays once a year, so go for it!

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snowflake sprinklesvia michaels.com

Winter Snowflake Sprinkles

Celebrate the crisp, cold weather with these blue and white sprinkles. You’ll get white snowflakes, bright blue pearls and an edible glitter blend to take your holiday baked goods to the next level.

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Pepper Creek Farms Sprinkles, Red and White Candy Cane, 4.2 Ouncevia amazon.com

Candy Canes

These teeny, tiny candy cane sprinkles are a sure-fire way to get you in the holiday mood. The attention to detail on these sprinkles is unreal, and they would look amazing on top of any decorated Christmas cookies.

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24 oz Blizzard Sprinkles and Quins Mixvia amazon.com

Blizzard Sprinkles

Brr! It might be cold outside, but there’s something beautiful about winter colors. You can capture the spirit of cold weather while baking with these blizzard sprinkles. The combination of blue, purple and white will make you feel like you stepped out into a snow day!

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winter wonderland christmas sprinklesvia amazon.com

Winter Wonderland Sprinkle Mix

Can’t decide what kind of holiday sprinkles you’d like to use this year? This winter wonderland package includes red and white trees, blue and white snowflakes, colorful winter berries and ice crystal dusting sugar. Something for every cookie!

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sprinkle pop winter wonderlandvia bakedeco.com

Winter Wonderland

If going overboard isn’t your thing, keep the decorating simple and classy with this wintry mix. They’re a great way to add some flair to a simple white velvet cutout cookie without committing to any specific holiday.

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Lindsay D. Mattison
After years of working in professional kitchens, Lindsay traded her knives in for the pen. While she spends most of her time writing these days, she still exercises her culinary muscles on the regular, taking any opportunity to turn local, seasonal ingredients into beautiful meals for her family.

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