Top 3 Ways to Use Edible Flowers
With these 3 easy ideas, you can instantly turn an ordinary dish into a beautiful work of art. Edible flowers can make any food more appealing with hardly any effort at all.
Before we get started, here are 4 FAQs:
How should I store them?
Edible flowers are best stored in an airtight container or plastic bag in the refrigerator.
What do they taste like?
Most varieties of edible flowers have little to no flavor, which means that they are versatile and can be used on a variety of foods!
What part do I use?
Edible flowers can either be used whole or their petals can plucked from the center and used alone. You can decide what would look and taste best depending on the variety and size of the flower.
Should I wash them?
At Glory Garden we harvest your edible flowers carefully to ensure they are naturally clean. Washing them could destroy their delicate appearance and there is really no need.
Now here are our top 3 ways to use edible flowers!
No need for artificially-colored frosting or sugary sprinkles when you can decorate your dessert with nature's beauty. Edible flowers are gorgeous on frosted cookies, brownies, cupcakes, and cake!
Have your kids each decorate their own cupcake with edible flowers!
Spruce up Your Salad
Both fruit salads and veggie salads will become works of art with just the simple addition of edible flowers.
Dress Up Your Drink
Edible flowers can be frozen in ice cubes and added to any cold drink for a pop of color.
- Fill up ice cube tray half full with water. Place a flower in each ice cube. Freeze.
- Fill up the remainder of the ice cube tray with more water to cover the flowers and freeze.