31 Recipes with Edible Flowers Cake Salad Cocktails

31 Recipes with Edible Flowers

31 Recipes with Edible Flowers

I love nothing more than a beautiful bouquet of flowers or a flowering plant. I think that they really brighten up our home. Flowers always seem to put a smile on my face and they make me feel happier just having those blooms in my house. In fact, I have loved creating recipes with flower details and even have created some lovely flower arrangements using them around my house for a variety of purposes. Anything floral and I am automatically intrigued. This is a carefully curated list of some of the most adorable recipes we could find with flowers. Some are new to us and others are tried and true. We hope that you love these 31 Recipes with Edible Flowers. We also hope that you find a new favorite. Make certain to tell us if you do!

31 Recipes with Edible Flowers

  1. Color-Blocked Chocolate Bark with edible flower sprinkles
  2. Chevre Cheesecake with Strawberries, Edible Flowers and a Pistachio Crust (gluten free)
  3. Coconut Water Floral Popsicles
  4. Floral Pink Sangria & Virgin Sangria
  5. Spring Bloom Cookie Wreaths
  6. Summer Crepes
  7. Herbed Strawberry Salad
  8. Sweet Spring Cocktail
  9. Rose Floral Fling Cocktail
  10. Fall Salad
  11. Grapefruit, Lime & Lavender Edible Flower Cocktail
  12. Eggplant and Halloumi Salad with edible flowers
  13. Floral Donuts with Blood Orange Lemon Ginger Glaze
  14. Sweet Potato Hibiscus Tea Yogurt Turmeric Granola
  15. Triple Lemon Naked Layer Cake
  16. Microgreens with edible flowers + Lemon Honey Vinaigrette
  17. Floral Goat Cheese with cracked dill pepper
  18. Coconut Flower Popsicles
  19. Summer Veggies with Mint Pesto
  20. Hummingbird Cake
  21. Garden Gimlet Cocktail
  22. Flowery Citrus Cake
  23. Granola Parfaits with Chamomile Yogurt & Edible Flowers
  24. Pancakes with turmeric & honey skyr
  25. Raw Berry Cheesecake
  26. Edible Flower Salad
  27. Spring Salad with edible flowers
  28. Speckled Egg Easter Mimosas
  29. Beef Stew with Edible Flowers
  30. Lemon Panna Cotta
  31. Tomato salad with flowers, za’atar and farro

We hope that you loved these 31 Recipes with Edible Flowers.

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  1. OK, what is up with the edible flowers?! I am seeing recipes all over the place for them. I suppose I should jump in and give one a try. They all look amazing!

  2. Edible flowers is something that I need to experiment with soon. I’ve seen them popping up all over the place in recipes. I’m not sure how I did not find out about them sooner.

  3. I pinned this so I can come back and check it out when I find a place to get the flowers. I remember the first time I had edible flowers – it was on a salad at a posh restaurant. I was only about eighteen years old so back then it was SOOO impressive to me being from a really small town.
    Now I find them here and there in the gourmet section of our store but I may need to hit up a shop across town to get enough to try all these fun recipes! Thanks so much for them too!

  4. Claudia Krusch

    Edible flowers make a dish look so pretty. I have never tried an edible flower before. I will have to give some of these recipes a try.

  5. Oh wow, these are all too beautiful to eat. Edible flowers make the dishes so pretty. More reasons to love flowers.

  6. Victoria Heckstall

    That is really cool! What a great ideas. It such a wonderful to make. I love to try it.

  7. Karlyn Cruz

    I never heard about this idea. Its awesome. I am glad to know this. I will share it with my friends.

  8. I don’t think I’ve made anything with edible flowers in them. This is really nice and it’s a great way to decorate a lovely dish. I like that there are so many recipes that you can make with flowers!

  9. These recipes are completely new to me. Amazing ideas.

  10. These floral dishes look so yummy!! I don’t know if I could eat them they are so pretty! HA!!

  11. Many of the events I attend here in NYC put them in the champagne which I love, so festive and so pretty! 🙂

  12. I just love the look of edible flowers. They make every dish more gorgeous. I’m going to experiment with them in cocktails this summer.

  13. Michelle Waller

    I didn’t know there were edible flowers! I am going to have to give some of these a try.

  14. Those dishes are almost too pretty to eat! I haven’t tried preparing a dish with edible flowers yet. It’s about time.

  15. Jenn

    Flowers make recipes look on beautiful.  I love the idea of adding ones you can eat!! Thanks for the round up!! I can’t wait to try some of them!!

  16. Tamra Phelps

    I see flowers a lot on salads & desserts these days & I know they are edible but I’ve been a little leery because I wonder, “What do they taste like???” Lol, if they taste good, I’d use them. (I do wonder about people with allergies? Can they eat flowers if they have allergies that are affected by pollen, etc.?) I would need to check on that!

  17. I never tried edible flowers before. But, it sounds interesting. Worth of trying! I can’t believe that I’ve 31 options 🙂 Thank you!

  18. Gabriel Bregg

    I’ve never tried an edible flower – first time for everything though, right?

  19. I’ve only had edible flowers once, however, I was at a restaurant. I never thought to try them in my own home.

  20. Edible flowers make a dish more beautiful and attractive. So perfect.

  21. Lynne B

    They certainly make a beautiful food presentation! I think my gang would think I’d gone nuts if I served something with edible flowers. lol

  22. This is the first time im hearing or seeing anything about edible flowers. How cool and the recipes are beautiful!

  23. Oh my, I’m like drooling here. Everything looks so good and delicious. I’ve had edible flowers before at a fancy restaurant but never explored at home with it and dishes.

  24. G K

    I’ve always wanted to try edible flowers, but I couldn’t think of any recipes to make. These are great!

  25. ellen beck

    These are always so pretty. I have never ever used flowers. Well I take that back if you count squash blossoms I did try that one . These look so nice.

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