Lavender Sugar Made With Edible Flowers

Lavender sugar is one of those condiments you can keep in your pantry to use when you need it. It can be used for baking to add a subtle floral taste to your cakes and biscuits. Or even add some to sweeten your hot cocoa.

I have the most beautiful lavender bush that was given to me by my friend Sonja. It is a Margaret Roberts varietal and it is flowering like mad at the moment. Not wanting to waste the beautiful buds I made a batch of Lavender Sugar. I love lavender so much that I have a lavender garden showcasing the different varietals. So far I have planted English and French and I hope to expand the garden one bush at a time. When ever we go to 96 Winery Road I pick lavender to put next to my bed.

Lavender Sugar
Lavender Sugar
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Lavender Sugar

Recipe from Taste Magazine
Recipe Category: Condiments
All Rights Reserved: An original recipe from Lavender and Lime


  • 250 mls sugar
  • 15 mls lavender petals


  • blitz in a food processor

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These are my start to my Christmas Presents. You can make any herb sugar or salt using this recipe as a base. They make for lovely hostess gifts when you go out for dinner. I have several varieties of lavender growing in my garden. Each one flowers at a different time. 

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11 thoughts on “Lavender Sugar Made With Edible Flowers

  1. Thanks for this… A great idea for gifts (you really DO like to get an early start!). What’s it best use Lavender sugar on?

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