5 Non-Dessert Foods that are Better with Sprinkles!8:49 AM
Desserts always look adorable when studded with brightly colored sprinkles. Rice Krispie treats, brownies, and cookies all look more festive and upbeat with a bit of added color. So I don't see why we can't add sprinkles to breakfast, lunch, and dinner to sweeten meals and make our lives more colorful! Here are 5 non-dessert foods that are better with sprinkles:
I don't know about you, but when I eat oatmeal, it's already loaded down with brown sugar. A few extra grams of sugar really isn't going to make much of a difference health-wise, so I say load up that oatmeal with some bright star sprinkles.
2. Anything with Peanut Butter
When I was little, my mom used to slather peanut butter on bread or crackers and top it with sprinkles, calling it "Cinderella bread" or "Cinderella crackers." As a picky eater, I was much more likely to eat anything Cinderella had made her namesake. Make your snack a regal one by adding sprinkles!
3. Sweet sauces
For sauces that are already sweet like this mango dipping sauce for coconut shrimp, adding sprinkles doesn't make much of a change in taste. But now these shrimp look like a party on a plate. You're welcome.
4. Baked Potatoes
Maybe you normally top your potato with sour cream and chives or butter and bacon bits. Switch up your routine with sprinkles! The watercolor-like effect where the potato steam melts the sprinkles is just delightful.
Need an incentive to eat salads? Sprinkles are here to help! Since this spinach salad is already packed with iron and antioxidants, a few colorful additions won't break your diet plan.
The bottom line here? Sprinkles make (almost) everything better!!!!