Guide to Edible Flowers - Learn how to find and use beautiful and delicious edible flowers in recipes, cocktails, and more.

Guide to Edible Flowers - Learn how to find and use beautiful and delicious edible flowers in recipes, cocktails, and more. Wish they'd used the botanical names as well!

These edible flower cookies are so pretty your guest won't know whether to eat them or stash them in their pockets ;)

Edible Flower Cookies

Mother's Day and Easter - These edible flower cookies are so pretty your guest won't know whether to eat them or stash them in their pockets ;

Ultimate guide to edible flowers

Ultimate guide to edible flowers

Ultimate guide to edible flowers. Good for cakes and pastries, salads and drinks!

DIY :: edible flower ice cubes, raspberry + herbs ice cubes and lavender + mint ice cubes

17 Smart Ways to Use an Ice-Cube Tray

Edible flower ice cubes: raspberry, herbs, lavender, mint, clover - and more foraging ideas. Want to do mint!

Sugar and Charm's Edible Flower Chart - Sugar and Charm - sweet recipes - entertaining tips - lifestyle inspiration

Sugar and Charm's Edible Flower Chart

Using fresh flowers is one of the easiest ways to decorate a dessert or garnish a cocktail. With backyard parties, summer drinks and Mother’s Day just around the corner, we created a charming edible flower chart featuring some of our favorite edible flowe

Easy DIY Lollipops With Edible Flowers (click through for recipe)

The concept of edible flowers has always delighted me. As a teenager, I was completely obsessed with faeries, so the idea of flower-covered cupcakes or lavender-flavored bubble gum was totally captiva

When you have a bunch of edible blossoms, let their vibrant colors do the work for you. Simply mix chopped flowers (petals and leaves) into softened goat cheese, then shape into rounds and pat more flowers on top. Any edible flower will work; peppery nasturtium, borage, and pansy are shown here. This recipe appears in our cookbook, "Martha Stewart's Vegetables" (Clarkson Potter).

Goat Cheese with Edible Flowers and Arugula

Simply mix chopped flowers (petals and leaves) into softened goat cheese, then shape into rounds and pat more flowers on top. Any edible flower will work; peppery nasturtium, borage, and pansy are shown here.

How to make popsicles with edible flowers

Popsicle Hacks - Forget buying pre-made popsicles and use these tips for making some awesome homemade treats.

Try this Organic #Coconut Bark made with edible #flowers, hmmmm

Try this Organic Coconut Bark made with edible flowers. Just be sure to check a wildflower identification chart to ensure your selection is safe to eat!

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