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Diana Hardeman Shows How to Make Edible Flower Popsicles


By: Sarah Nazim (Star) May 19, 12
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These edible flower popsicles are not only beautiful to look at, but are also edible. Diana Hardeman from the Brit & Co. blog explains how to make these refreshing ice-pops.

You can’t just use any kind of flower for this recipe: they have to be edible ones, of course. Some of the prettier flowers that would be ideal for this include fresh roses, fresh carnation, lavender, hibiscus and elderflower.

All you have to do is remove the stems off your dried or fresh flowers, and then let it simmer in a saucepan with some sugar. Once the flower mixture is heated, you let it sit for about an hour and then pour the mixture into the popsicle molds. Then, simply allow the pops to freeze for an hour without the sticks in them, and add some fresh flower petals to the molds then refreeze them with the sticks.



Source: brit.co



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