I hope this question will be welcomed here from a true beginner. It's a very specific problem, and I have a suspicion that I know the answer. But I'm new enough to know that I know absolutely nothing, so I want to try every avenue before giving up and starting this section over.
I'm on part 9 of the Blender Guru donut tutorial - geometry nodes. The good news: everything has been going swimmingly so far. I've started the tutorial over several times to reinforce the concepts and have enjoyed the process despite some minor setbacks.
This step is the furthest I've gotten - my render looked awesome at the end of the tutorial video, I was feeling confident, then I realized...I had somehow inadvertently deleted the sprinkle that I had used to model over the surface of the donut.
In the beginning of the next part of the tutorial (Number 10, Random Color Tutorial), Andrew goes over editing this particular sprinkle to complete the rest of the project.
Am I boned? Is there any way to recover this sprinkle, or to edit the multi-sprinkle mesh that now covers my donut? Do I have to delete all of my geometry node progress and start over with a brand new starter sprinkle?
I am including 2 screenshots of my donut (with and without my beloved sprinkle) and a timestamped link to the tutorial in the hopes that it will help. The first features a concept render which features the lost sprinkle. It is unknown as to when I deleted it, but as is evident from the second image, it is no longer with us. Any insight is appreciated. Thank you all in advance.