Celebrate spring with nature's most gorgeous garnish. Just a few petals can take almost any dish from "meh" to "amazing." Before you start, you need to pick the safest flowers to consume. Then, try one of these almost-too-pretty-to-eat recipes.
Glamour up chocolate with edible glitter, white chocolate pearls, and pretty petals.
Even Mondays won't suck when your breakfast toast is this fabulous.
Blossoms from tatsoi (also called spinach mustard) stand out against a lush bowl of fresh greens in this salad, which is as beautiful as it is delicious.
smell the infuse your jam with roses. Then, serve with scones.
Lovely blossoms bring gourmet appeal to a simple cake that even novice bakers can make.
Edible flowers even make booze better. Take this floral spirit, for instance, that pairs perfectly with ice-cold lemonade for a cocktail that tastes exactly like a summer day.
Pansies give teatime sandwiches delightful appeal that's perfect for a spring brunch.
These sweet shortbread cookies are almost too adorable to eat. Almost.
No sad desk lunches, here! Make all your coworkers jealous with this super-pretty salad.
These pretty-in-pink fudge squares take the whole flowers and chocolate combo to a whole new level.
Pretty petals pop in these refreshing treats, which combine cocktail hour and dessert in one.
You'll want to come back to these edible flower recipes later on. For more cooking tips, follow on Pinterest.