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Directions Easy to Use: For easy spreading, use frosting at room temperature. Stir frosting in can before using. Spread on cooled cake. To open candy bits, use scissors to cut foil on underside of lid. Carefully peel foil. Sprinkle candy bits over cake immediately after frosting.
Storage Store unopened can on kitchen shelf; avoid warm places like over an oven. Store frosted cake loosely covered. Cover and refrigerate any remaining frosting for up to 2 weeks.
I don’t know if different types of sprinkles have different names, so I will try to be descriptive and hope that the issue is clear.
The image of this frosting shows traditional sprinkles in pastel colors. Other frostings with sprinkles showed the super-hard sprinkles in fun shapes that may have been cuter than traditional sprinkles (there’s one with unicorns, adorable!), but nobody in my family likes those super-hard sprinkles. So we got this frosting, with simple sprinkles in pastel colors. What arrived is frosting with the hard sprinkles shaped like little dots in bold colors. So we got the sprinkles nobody likes and they’re not even in cute shapes.
If what I got had been what was pictured, I would not have bought this and would have just bought vanilla frosting, since we’re throwing out the hard, dot-shaped sprinkles anyway. I do realize this isn’t a huge deal, but I’m disappointed and I figure I can warn anyone else that may choose this specific frosting with sprinkles because it appeared to be the only one with traditional sprinkles.