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Violets are some of my spring favorites, and in a week or two their heads will start to pop up out of the mossy woodland floor on the East Coast, USA. I learned about various uses (all sweet) for edible violets while living in France, especially violet ice cream and bonbons à la violette, violet infused hard candies usually molded in a flower shape and presented in an ornate illustrated tin that looks like it dates back to the turn of the 19th century. At home, I prefer more simple recipes that require three ingredients or less, like candied violets coated with egg whites and powered sugar to sit on cakes, or boiling water, sugar and violets together to make a violet-infused simple syrup. Bon appétit!
Fresh flowers can add such natural beauty to a cake, but be sure to choose flowers that are safe for food and free of pesticides. There are so many gorgeous blooms to choose from, and some are even completely edible!
Bold, bright, beautiful & tasty, edible flowers add flavor, freshness and excitement to your favorite beverage or dish. I created this collage from papers that were cut and mostly painted by hand. The playful rabbit bounding through the garden was created with a hand carved lino-cut.
A seamless textured repeated surface pattern design of various delicious edible flower dishes from different countries in mulberry purple, coffee brown, denim blue, banana yellow, acid wash cerulean and tea green. Submission for Edible Flowers Design Challenge.
Eastern Redbud Smoothie for the Edible Flowers Challenge
This watercolor and digital recipe is inspired by the Eastern Redbud tree right outside my window. This tree's beautiful pink blooms have a light, acidic flavor that lends a floral freshness to a classic strawberry banana smoothie.
This tastes much better than the Dandelion wine
we tried to make years ago and is possibly better for you.
Leave plenty of flowers for the bees ,
as they are an important food source in April and May
( in our part of the world )
To everyone's good health.
Refreshing and pretty, these summertime treats use the sweeter varieties of edible flowers, including perfumed violets, fresh chamomile reminiscent of apples, young dandelion flowers with honey flavours, cucumbery borage, fragrant and lemony lilac, citrusy marigold, floral and fruity rose, and cranberry-like hibiscus. For the EDIBLE FLOWERS CHALLENGE.
Edible Flowers—Real flowers that decorate your cakes and are safe to eat? It's so easy with this simple candy process. This lavender cupcake recipe is the perfect way to welcome spring into your home!