Updated September 19, 2019 by Sheila O'Neill

The 10 Best Edible Printer Paper

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This wiki has been updated 11 times since it was first published in February of 2017. Whether you're a professional pastry chef, a beginning baker, or a connoisseur of cupcake creation, you may find yourself wanting to spice up your treats with customized decorations. These edible printer papers are perfect for those who want to display fun images on their food, from whimsical cartoons to high-resolution photos. With these sheets and some special ink, the possibilities are endless. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best edible printer paper on Amazon.

10. Lucks Print-Ons

9. Wilton Sugar Sheets

8. Edible Supply Circles

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7. Oasis Supply Ultra Flexible

6. Edible Supply Fondant

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5. Megan J Designs Supreme

4. Sweet and Magical Icing Sheets

3. Icinginks Very White

2. Oasis Supply O-Grade

1. Paper2Eat Premium

Editor's Notes

August 26, 2019:

Made sure to include options that work for a wide variety of people, such as those with vegan, kosher, and gluten-free diets. Added the Oasis Supply O-Grade in order to have a wafer option on the list for those who prefer it to icing sheets. Most products are compatible with a variety of printers and several are durable enough to be used with cutting machines as well, so users can create custom shapes without needing to cut by hand.

Note that these papers should ONLY be used with edible ink, as standard printer ink is not meant to be consumed.


Sheila O'Neill
Last updated on September 19, 2019 by Sheila O'Neill

Sheila is a writer and editor living in sunny Southern California. She studied writing and film at State University of New York at Purchase, where she earned her bachelor of arts degree. After graduating, she worked as an assistant video editor at a small film company, then spent a few years doing freelance work, both as a writer and a video editor. During that time, she wrote screenplays and articles, and edited everything from short films to infomercials. An ardent lover of the English language, she can often be found listening to podcasts about etymology and correcting her friends’ grammar.


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