These Lavender Blackberry Tarts are very easy to make, cute and impressive. Plus, they just so happen to be gluten free. They are perfect for a party or just to enjoy with a cup of coffee or tea.
This Iced Matcha Latte is earthy and floral, thanks to a sweet lavender honey. Refreshing…
Spruce up your next batch of buttery shortbread cookies with lavender for a fun floral addition that’s perfect for spring.
Celebrate the flowering of summer’s lavender with these stunning lavender buttercream macarons.
The combination of lemon and lavender is what makes these shortbread cookies really good. The acidic lemon really brightens up the floral, earthy lavender.
Add a soft touch to an Arnold Palmer with lavender lemonade.
Elevate the look and taste of your milk by adding herbs like lavender. Here’s a recipe for fresh almond milk that’ll have you sticking your pinky out.
A fresh and floral elegant drink perfect for a spring soirée.
Create this simple cocktail with four ingredients and a few strong shakes for a frothed egg top.
Lemons are fresh and bright and add a bit of sunshine to whatever you make with them. I recommend dessert! Try my recipe for Lemon Squares with Lavender & Limoncello for a flavorful twist on a classic treat.
Shake together a beautiful cocktail to get you in the holiday spirit. Calming lavender with a burst of blueberries makes a drink ideal for a night with loved ones.
A savory custard tart is filled with fresh rosemary, a hint of dried lavender, and a handful of blue cheese before being topped with sweet roasted figs. A stunning combination of flavors.
Christmas cheer and cold temps have one remedy, a steaming, calming mug of lavender hot chocolate made warmer with the a measure of boozy orangey liquid.
This is a sassy comfort food with a healthy dose of red wine in it, just to elevate that chocolate flavor.
A light and calming cocktail for the first days of spring. This is the new patio pitcher drink, complete with fresh lavender.
Warm weather brings out the bubbles, citrus and herbs in cocktails. Here are a few recipes we enjoy that use all sorts of different herbs.
You know Mom wants flowers on Mother’s Day, so why not serve them to her on a plate? The floral aromas add a unique flavor to these dishes, and she’ll still be able to enjoy their appealing visual elements.
Simone Van Den Berg explains some different uses of lavender from its fragrant to culinary properties.
Refreshing cucumber and lavender lemonade is satisfying all year.
Temperatures may be cooling off but the unique flavor combo of peach, coconut and lavender can be enjoyed all year round, just store some peaches in the freezer.
Melopita – a Greek cheesecake that is sweetened with honey and served with even more honey is a perfect light dessert for the summers.
The lavender adds a breath of freshness that takes the lemonade to the next level.
The lavender sugar topping comes out crunchy on the bottom and serves as a good contrast to the soft baked fruit on top of the upside-down muffins.
Made with sharp wild cranberries and local raw honey, this moist, flavourful cake is perfect with tea/coffee or as a light dessert.
As it turns out, rich maple syrup and floral lavender play oh so nicely together.
Lovely, healthy lavender spiked kombucha.
Little bites of lavender pie crust topped with sweet, juicy champagne grapes.
This silky, flowery custard with satiny gin berry glaze is a wonder of smooth fanciness.
Lavender is a wonderfully versatile herb, that can be used for everything from flavoring drinks to salad dressings.
A simple yet elegant clafoutis topped with creme anglaise infused with lavender. Food with a fancy French name is attainable.
A lighter ice cream in popsicle form where the sugar and cream is replaced with honey and a bit of condensed milk.