Nonpareils

  • Nonpareils (Rainbow) Nonpareils (Rainbow)

    Rainbow nonpareils are perfect to add to any dessert creation. Add on to cakes, cupcakes, ice cream, or chocolate confections.

    $2.99/lb
  • Nonpareils (White) Nonpareils (White)

    White nonpareils are perfect to add to any dessert creation. Add on to cakes, cupcakes, ice cream, or chocolate confections.

    $2.99/lb
  • Chocolate Nonpareils Chocolate Nonpareils

    An eye catcher and a tongue catcher with these dark chocolate nonpareils.

    $4.99/lb
  • Milk Chocolate Nonpareils (Rainbow) Milk Chocolate Nonpareils (Rainbow)

    Rainbow milk chocolate nonpareils

    $5.99/lb
  • Mini Dark Chocolate Nonpareils (Rainbow) Mini Dark Chocolate Nonpareils (Rainbow)

    Mini Dark Chocolate nonpareils are a classic rainbow nonpareil in a cute miniature size. Serve on a dessert table or include as a favor.

    $5.99/lb
  • Mini Dark Chocolate Nonpareils (White) Mini Dark Chocolate Nonpareils (White)

    Mini Dark Chocolate nonpareils are a classic white nonpareil in a cute miniature size. Serve on a dessert table or include as a favor.

    $5.99/lb
  • Smooth & Minty Smooth & Minty

    Smooth & Minty chocolates are tasty mint chocolate drops dipped in nonpareils. Great for weddings and celebrations!

    $5.99/lb

From our family to yours, since 1929

Our beloved grandfather, Poppy Sol, started this business in an open-air market. Three generations later, we’re still bringing smiles to our customers' faces.

“My fiancé and I ordered chocolate nonpareils and jordan almonds for our wedding. I have to say that nuts.com FAR exceeded our expectations. Great price, INSTANT shipping and phenomenal quality. I know I will be looking for every and any reason to order from nuts.com again and will most certainly pass the word around.”

Marie, Orlando, Florida February 15, 2014

Nonpareils are decorative sugar confection balls used on candies, cakes, and other sweets. The name 'nonpareil' means 'without equal' in French. Nonpareil candy originally came only in white during the 18th century, but started to appear in multi-colored rainbow varieties during the 19th century. The term 'nonpareils' is also used to refer to the popular treat that sprinkles nonpareils on top of a round chocolate drop.