Ready to get fancy? You don’t have to wear tons of gold and fine jewels to feel rich. You can eat them instead! Or at least you can enjoy edible glitter. Sink your teeth into 10 of the very finest glitz and glitter dessert recipes that are sure to satisfy your expensive taste.

Rosewater Glitter Cake


I can’t imagine feeling like anything other than royalty while eating this cake. Terri and Jenny from Spoon Fork Bacon made a moist rose water flavored cake with a classic butter cream that is topped with glittery raspberries and even more golden dust. Fabulous!

Manischewitz Red Wine Jell-O Shots


This next treat is all about celebration. Amy from What Jew Wanna Eat created these adorable Jello shots by combining lemon-lime and orange Jello with Manischewitz concord grape wine a little vodka. The result is absolutely stunning with a edible glitter and pomegranate seeds sitting on top.

Gold Glitter Cake Pops


These cake pops look like pearls doused in gold and silver. Becky from The Cookie Rookie combines lemon cake and lemon frosting, rolls the mixture into balls and dips them in creamy white chocolate. These decadent balls of joy taste as good as they look.

Glitter Lollipops with Edible Flowers


Bailey Ana from Bailey Ana Cakes has got something special for those with a sophisticated sweet tooth. She created strawberry flavoured lollipops, which not only house a gorgeous flower in each pop, but a little bit of edible glitter, as well. No doubt, these are worth their weight in gold.

Glittering Cookie Sandwiches


I could definitely imagine enjoying these breathtaking cookies with a nice hot cup at an upscale tea party. Ashley from Sugar and Cloth takes almond flavoured cookies and wraps them around almond frosting, then rolls them in sparkly edible glitter. Beautiful!

Gold Sequin Cake


Is it just me, or is that cake wearing a gold sequin dress? Carrie from The Cake Blog shares her very thorough tutorial on how to make this stunning cake. Here’s a hint; it includes tons of gold luster dust. It’s almost too beautiful to eat.  Almost.

Champagne Chantilly Shots

Champagne Chantilly Shooters

Heather from Sprinkle Bakes really lives up to the name of her blog in with this glittery dessert. She rims shot glasses with golden edible sprinkles, fills them with Champagne pastry cream, then tops them off with a swirl of whipped cream. What a cheerful dessert!

White Chocolate Cookie Butter Truffles


I never knew how much I needed cookie butter truffles until I saw this recipe. Julie from The Little Kitchen combines tasty cookie butter and marshmallows, rolls the mixture into balls, and coats them in melted white chocolate. Not only that, but she tops them off with beautiful silver and gold glitter sprinkles. I think I died and went to heaven.

Rainbow Meringue Kisses


I think we now have definitive proof that unicorns do, indeed, exist. How else could you explain these adorable little cookies? Naomi from Bakers Royale pipes out rainbow coloured kisses of meringue and tops them with edible glitter. I am in love.

Glittery French Macarons


There are over a million and one ways to enjoy a French macaron. Miss Renaissance has definitely raised the bar. These sweet little macarons are adorned with edible gold paint and glitter. These would the perfect gift.  Hint hint!

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