Why give someone a bouquet of flowers they can't eat when you can bake them any one of these ten treats with edible flowers baked into them!
This white chocolate bark is quick and easy to create. It’s also great for gifting to a large number of people. It hits all the good spots: salty, sweet, crunchy, aromatic, and creamy from the white chocolate. It uses dried rose petals and freeze dried strawberries.
Frosted earl grey brownies baked in a loaf pan and topped with rose petals for a romantic Valentine’s Day dessert for two!
Are you a fan of classic shortbread? These lavender shortbread cookies are very easy to make because all you have to do is press the dough into a pan to bake them! No dough rolling or rolling pins required! This twist on the classic shortbread recipe is made with only a few ingredients.
Rabdi is a rich, creamy, and very delicious sweetened and thickened milk drink. Made by reducing milk on a low heat for hours then garnished with rose petals, saffron, chopped nuts, and if you're feeling very fancy you can even add a touch of silver leaf.
Softly spongy, speckled with dried blue cornflowers, infused with fresh orange zest and orange blossom water, these madeleines are truly a delight to make and eat.
Once you have made homemade marshmallows you will never be able to go back to store bought again! Add a floral touch to your marshmallows by mixing in a tea made with dried flowers. Camille has used hibiscus but you could use any dried edible flower you like.
The edible dried rose petals add another dimension to our Valentine’s Day theme, but more than that – they actually taste in sync with the red velvet and cream cheese flavours.
Half cake, half bread, this rose cardamon and blood orange loaf cake is a delicious addition to any Valentine's Day table. Its sweet, slightly floral notes originate from a hint of dried rose petals and spicy cardamon.
Get your lavender fix with this easy, no-church ice cream recipe.
Whip up a truly unique granola by incorporating dried rose petals for a floral flavour!