27 Edible Flower Recipes

A collage of Edible Flower Recipe photos

Early spring is peak edible flower season, so even if you wouldn’t pop a pansy in your mouth on a bet, this collection of 27 edible flower recipes will inspire you to freshen up your tired meal plans, guaranteed! Let’s bring something fresh to the table with these 27 edible flower recipes that will take you from cocktail hour to dessert.


Edible Flowers are at their peak in early spring, so incorporating them into your recipes is a great way to welcome the new season and bring a fresh new palette to the table. These 27 edible flower recipes take you from the cocktail hour to dessert! #edibleflowers #flowers #mothersday #easter #weddingrecipes #showerrecipes #pansies #roses #springrecipes #recipes #nasturtiums #violets #lilacs #elderflower #clover #lilac #honeysuckle #lavender

 


 

VANILLA BEAN CHAMOMILE CAKE  ~ Butter & Brioche

 


 

DIY FLORAL TEA 3 WAYS ~ Yang’s Nourishing Kitchen

 


 

BLUEBERRY LEMON CURD POP TARTS WITH EDIBLE FLOWERS ~ Broma Bakery

 


 

SPRING SALAD WITH EDIBLE FLOWERS ~ The View From Great Island

 


 

ROSE AND TARRAGON GIN LEMONADE ~ Heather Christo

 


 

LAYER CAKES WITH EDIBLE FLOWERS ~ Amiee Twigger

 


 

RADISH TOASTS WITH CHIVE BUTTER ~ Coley Cooks

 


 

GRAPEFRUIT BLOSSOM POT DE CREME ~ The View From Great Island

 


 

VANILLA ROSE SHORTBREAD ~ Seasons & Suppers

 


 

AVOCADO TOAST WITH DUKKAH, SPRING FLOWERS, AND SOFT BOILED EGG ~ Hello My Dumpling

 


 

FLORAL DONUTS WITH BLOOD ORANGE AND LEMON GINGER GLAZE ~ The Merrythought

 


 

HONEYSUCKLE VODKA LEMONADE ~ The View from Great Island

 


 

EDIBLE FLOWER LOLLIPOPS ~ A Beautiful Mess

 


 

LILAC INFUSED HONEY ~ Lyndsey Eden

 


 

FLOWER AND HERB BUTTER ~ Sunset

 


 

BAKED  SQUASH BLOSSOMS ~ Feasting at Home

squash blossoms

 


 

EDIBLE FLOWER ICE CUBES ~ The View from Great Island

 


 

THE SPRING BUZZ (CHAMOMILE, ELDERFLOWER, HONEY AND WHISKEY COCKTAIL) ~ Broma Bakery

 


 

ALMOND FAIRY CAKES WITH BORAGE FLOWERS ~ Love & Olive Oil

 


 

WHITE CHOCOLATE BARK WITH CARDAMOM AND ROSE ~ Honestly Yum

 


 

CHERRY BLOSSOM CAKE ~ Hummingbird High

 


 

RED CLOVER LEMONADE ~ Adventuress

 


 

YOGURT SHEET CAKE WITH FRUIT AND FLOWERS ~ Kara’s Party Ideas

 

 


 

PANSY TOPPED SHORTBREAD COOKIES ~ the View from Great Island

pansy shortbread cookies on a cooling rack

 


 

ICED HIBISCUS LATTE ~ The Merrythought

 


 

HOMEMADE CHIVE BLOSSOM VINEGAR ~ Vegetarian ‘Ventures

 


 

LEMON BUTTERMILK POUND CAKE WITH PANSIES ~ The Cafe Sucre Farine

 


 

ELDERFLOWER CORDIAL ~ Cygnet Kitchen

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  • Reply
    Sandra
    April 13, 2018 at 7:16 pm

    Are all violet variations edible?

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    2pots2cook
    April 12, 2018 at 3:31 am

    I am very much into edible flowers but these beauties are bringing it all to higher ground ! Amazing !

  • Reply
    Laura | Tutti Dolci
    April 10, 2018 at 10:55 pm

    I love edible flowers, what an inspiring collection!

  • Reply
    Susan
    April 9, 2018 at 6:04 am

    Such beautiful eye candy in this post !

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    Chris Scheuer
    April 9, 2018 at 3:33 am

    Oh, these are all so lovely – each one just about takes my breath away. I love that there are so many edible flowers and so many ways to use them! Thanks for sharing the lemon pound cake 🙂

    • Reply
      Sue
      April 9, 2018 at 7:28 am

      Thanks Chris, I love the idea of putting a tiny vase in the center of a bundt cake, I can imagine so many ways to change that up!

  • Reply
    Tricia @ Saving Room for Dessert
    April 8, 2018 at 8:42 am

    We had a dusting of snow last night, and I’m so over it! Bring on the pretty flowers and the warm sun. I’m ready and these gorgeous recipes are a great place to start!

  • Reply
    kata
    April 8, 2018 at 7:46 am

    What a gorgeous collection! A like it so much.

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