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square chocolate sprinkles

grubn Jul 22, 2007 11:18 AM

I recently had a chocolate cupcake topped with tiny square chocolate sprinkles. I'm totally enamored. The sprinkles actually tasted like real chocolate and were paper thin. Has anyone seen these for sale before or does anyone have an idea for an online source? I've tried to google for these but haven't had much luck. Thanks.

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    toepkeke Jul 7, 2010 03:16 PM

    Okay, this is 3 years later, but I found a source for the square chocolate sprinkles. King Arthur Flour Co. out of Vermont sells packages of them. They're on the web at www.kingarthurflour.com or you can call them (800) 827-6836. They are called Sweet Chocolate Flakes and 4 oz. costs about $10-$12.

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      sugar me sweet Jun 27, 2010 10:15 PM

      Your post is pretty old. However, Last week I visited " The Kitchen Company" in Grants Pass, Oregon. They carry the small square chocolate sprinkles your asking for. I think the price is approx. $15,00 for 3.5 oz bottle. Enjoy!!

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        GetOutTheMapGuy Jul 22, 2007 12:08 PM

        These aren't so small, but they are pretty thin ... http://www.deruijter.nl/ or this one if you don't read Dutch http://www.hollandbymail.com/venz_de_ruijter_sprinkleslist.html

        I bought my dark chocolate flakes the last time I was in Amsterdam at a grocery store for a couple of bucks, but I've seen them in Harvard Square the last time I was in Cambridge at http://www.cardullos.com/ (for 9 bucks!!!


        I've come to the conclusion that I can do the same or better using a vegetable peeler and a good bar of chocolate.

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        1. re: GetOutTheMapGuy
          grubn Jul 23, 2007 08:44 PM

          thanks! funny website. I like how every product is displayed on the exact same piece of mickey mouse bread with a bite out of it!

          1. re: grubn
            GetOutTheMapGuy Jul 25, 2007 04:28 PM

            It tastes best that way - one serving of Mickey's ear avec chocolat! LOL ... Actually, I have used the dark chocolate flakes/sprinkles on almost everything you can imagine but mostly I find that I use them on ice cream or on cakes ... hope you find what you're looking for!

          2. re: GetOutTheMapGuy
            mariekeac Jul 31, 2007 08:18 PM

            Best thing to eat them, on fresh white bread (with the crusty crust) with butter and the sprinkles!! what can I say, it's a dutch thing! and very tasty!!

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