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Easy, classic elderflower cordial recipe. Very light, refreshing and fragrant cordial that can be enjoyed with some sparkling water, wine or champagne! Great for baking too!
When elderflowers are in season make these great elderflower recipes! Includes elderflower cordial, liqueur, tea, jelly, cake, and more!
This delicious elderflower syrup is easy to make, and perfect for adding to your favorite baked goods or herbal teas. Step by step tutorial.
Mixed simply with sparkling water or champagne, this versatile elderflower liqueur will add a floral taste and elevate any summer cocktails.
Elderflower cider is a lightly flavored, refreshing drink, but very difficult to find in the US, but now you can make it at home!
Is it elderflower season where you are? If so, fragrant and medicinal elderberry blossoms are everywhere! Help yourself to some free deliciousness by foraging elderflowers from an elderberry plant near you. You can also purchase
Elderflower honey is a delicious floral infused honey that somehow feels elegant and delicious. You can make this herbal infused honey with dried elderflowers, or fresh ones pick straight from the garden. This honey tastes amazing drizzled over fresh fruit. Or you can add it to a glass of cold mineral water for an instant homemade...
A glass of bubbly elderflower champagne is the perfect way to welcome in summer. Here's how to make it.
Elder bushes bloom in late May and throughout June, producing beautiful clouds of fragrant white elderflowers. While elderflowers are commonly used to make elderflower syrup and cordial, they can do so much more than that!
John seriously considered leaving this recipe out of the book, not because there is anything wrong with it, but because he didn t really want us to have it. His generous good nature has won through, however, so here it is. While he would maintain that this is the best hedgerow delight imaginable, the elderflowers could easily be replaced with Japanese rose petals. A further possibility would be to use rosehip syrup to make Turkish delight, adjusting the sugar and water amounts accordingly.
- • 20g leaf gelatine 20 elderflower sprays 700g granulated sugar 400ml water 130g cornflour 30g icing sugar Juice of 2 lemons