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Creative Ways to Eat Flowers
Creative Ways to Eat Flowers

If you've already read our post on 11 Common Edible Flowers, we're sure you've been left wanting to incorporate edible flowers into your everyday meal to make it that much more Instagrammable. Don't worry, we have you covered with creative ways to eat your flowers below:

 

Salad

Of course, the most obvious and easiest is to drop a few blooms on top of your salad to brighten it up.

 

Tortillas

You can sprinkle a few petals atop your tortillas right before you pop them in your tortilla press or roll them between two pieces of wax paper.

 

Soup

Make your can of soup look like it took you hours to prepare by topping your soup with a few blooms, petals, and fresh chopped herbs.

Crepes

Pressed flowers can be gently added to your crepe as its sizzling away on the pan.

 

Pasta

Brighten up your pasta dish with some sprigs of fresh basil and some mini blooms for a contrast in color.

 

Pancakes

If crepes aren't your thing, you can pile colorful blooms on your short stack.

 

Roasts

Roasts always look that much more palatable with a gentle pop of color.

 

Fritters

Fry the entire bloom! This is most popular with zucchini flowers, dandelions, and elderflowers.

 

Dips

Crackers and spreads could always use an enticing pop of color.

 

Açai Bowls

 

Lollipops

If you're taking the time to make homemade lollipops, you may as well add flowers to make them that much cuter. The color from the flower petals can also substitute for artificial food coloring!

 

Bruschetta

A sure way to make sure everyone clears your bruschetta board.

 

Butter

You don't need to churn butter from scratch to make this beautiful display - simply add flower petals and fresh herbs to any softened butter and spread out on a board or put in the refrigerator to harden.

 

Cookies

Sugar cookies don't have to be boring - add a full pressed blossom on top of your cookies prior to popping them in the oven.

Ice

Perhaps the most easiest but often the most forgotten, flower ice will turn any drink into a floral masterpiece. Just sprinkle your edible flowers into your ice tray and voila! 

 

Cocktails

Flower floaters are the an easy way to make any drink look fancy. Float them in your martini, champagne, lemonade, iced tea, or even your coffee if you're feeling frisky!

 

Click here for a list of 11 Common Edible Flowers

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