Recipes with edible flowers are beautiful any time of year, but especially to celebrate spring! Here are twelve of my favorite floral deserts to inspire your Spring and Easter baking!
1. Pineapple and Passion Fruit Roulade
This cake is the epitome of a spring recipe! I just love the bright, cheerful colors of the Pansies!
2. Pressed Flower Sugar Cookies
These are just darling! You can’t get much more floral than cookies with real pressed flowers!
3. Pansy Petal Pancakes (Crepes)
How fun are these!? I feel like the effort to make them is worth the stunning result!
4. Flowerfetti Cake
This cake is drop dead gorgeous! It would look amazing on any Easter or spring table!
5. Sugared Elderflower Bundt Cake
Recipe can be found on PheonyLim
This cake is so lovely! I love the added touch of sugaring the flowers to give it a delicate look.
6. The Prettiest Apple Pie
I can’t get over how lovely this pie is. I usually don’t think of pies for spring but I would make this any time!
7. Floral Donuts
Recipe can be found on The Merry Thought
Donuts aren’t something I would have thought to put flowers on but look how fun these are!
8. Rose Petal Lollipops
These are so lovely! They are the prettiest lollipops I have ever seen!
9. Rosewater Almond Madeleines
Recipe can be found on Down Floral Lane blog
Madeleines look pretty on any occasion, especially surrounded by lots of pale pink rose petals.
10. Raspberry Rose Layer Cake
Recipe can be found on the Down Floral Lane blog
You can’t beat a layer cake for any special occasion and this one with roses is just perfect for spring.
11. Tulip Ice Cream Bowls
Eating Ice Cream out of Tulip cups makes it all the more delicious! Such a lovely idea!
12. Edible Flower Marshmallows
I love homemade marshmallows and these floral ones are just so colorful and cheerful!
So there you have it! Twelve gorgeous recipes that use edible flowers and are perfect for Spring. I’m having a hard time deciding which one to make for Easter! They’re all so lovely! Which ones do you love? Have any more to add to the list? 🙂