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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.
A delicate and fragrant drink flavored with Indian jasmine flower and green cardamom. This is a recipe for making the concentrate. The ratio for which is 1:5. store away for the summer months and enjoy it!
Another one of my entries for the Handpicked challenge of edible flowers.
Punch is a very popular mexican drink and this is a family recipe that we usually drink for Christmas, but, after some very bad allergies this winter season, we noticed that this punch really calmed down my snizzes, thanks to all the vitamin c from all the delicious ingredients. So we´re sharing it with the world! You don´t have to include all the ingredients but a heads up, the Jamaica it´s the wow factor in here
Rosehip tea is a delicious floral blend that has been used as an herbal remedy for centuries. This sweet and tangy tea offers a unique blend of flavors that tickle the tastebuds.
It is not actually brewed from the floral petals of the rose plant, it still delivers a beautiful color when brewed and exquisite floral flavor.
Calendula is a plant that has been used for centuries for ornamental purposes, as well as culinary, cosmetic and medicinal reasons.Calendula is loaded with powerful skin-healing, anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Drinking calendula tea is a helpful digestive aid and and sore throats.
Forget about all the havoc created by Corona virus
Settle down with a book and a cup of relaxing lavender tea
This is a passing phase
This soothing cup of tea will taste and smell like you at the spa at comfort of your house and garden
Purple Hibiscus is a perennial tree or shrub filled with flower petals that are large, bright and delicate. When the petals are dried, they can be used to make hot or iced teas. The petals contains antioxidant-like substances called anthocyanins and is known for it’s medicinal properties. In the summer and autumn. Hibiscus attract bees, butterflies and hummingbirds. They are one of my favorite flowers in our garden.