Stickers You Can Eat!


There’s nothing artificial added to StickyLickits – The only thing they add is FUN.

Sugar Free, Peanut Free, Tree Nut Free, Gluten Free, Non GMO, Soy Free, Dairy Free, Vegan, and Kosher.

Things Left Out

 A replacement for animal gelatin and an alternative to gluten. It’s an insoluble substance that is the main constituent of plant cell walls and of vegetable fibers.

That’s an easy one.

A 100% easily digestible carbohydrate made from cornstarch.

Modified corn starch is used for texture

It is made from the crushed pulp of the cassava root, a woody shrub native to South America and the Caribbean. Like other starches, tapioca is a very fine, white powder that works well in gluten free baking.

It’s a Superfood with a powerhouse of uses in cooking. Glycerin An all natural liquid extracted from plant oils. It is typically clear with little hint of color, odorless, and sweet and viscous.

A flavoring derived from fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable juice.

Is popular in gluten free food. It is added as an emulsifier to help ingredients blend more effectively.

Used as an emulsifying agent and in replacement of fats.

Is naturally found in citrus fruits and used as a natural preservative.

Baking Soda


FAQ QuestionWhat is a StickyLickit?
FAQ Answer PostAn edible sticker. You peel it off, put it on food, then eat it. They instantly dissolve in your mouth.
FAQ QuestionWhat makes StickyLickits kid friendly?
FAQ Answer PostStickyLickits are sugar free, peanut free, tree nut free, gluten free, non GMO, soy free, dairy free, vegan, kosher, contain no animal products, contain no synthetic colors.
FAQ QuestionWhere are StickyLickits made?
FAQ Answer PostStickyLickits are made exclusively in a USA food safety facility with the highest quality certification, located in the state of Washington.
FAQ Question Are the colors natural?
FAQ Answer PostYes. They are colored with food, including red beet concentrate, turmeric, spirulina, red cabbage extract, and vegetable juice extract.
FAQ Question How do you use StickyLickits?
FAQ Answer PostPut StickyLickits on the original fast food: fruits and veggies (both sliced and whole). Have them for snacks, put them in your lunchbox, share them with friends, take them on trips, have a party.
FAQ Question Will my child start eating paper stickers after eating StickyLickits?
FAQ Answer PostChances are they’ve already tried to eat a paper sticker and found out it doesn’t taste great. Parents can explain the difference between the edible and inedible stickers, but we have no reports of kids eating paper stickers after enjoying StickyLickits.