Culinary Lavender: Benefits & How To Use It

Culinary vs Crafting Lavender

Culinary lavender consists of food-grade, dried lavender buds. Unlike crafting lavender, the buds are thoroughly cleaned of any bitter-tasting stems and leaves.

Great to Relax

Lavender flowers help you release stress and unwind naturally. You can easily make a soothing lavender tea by steeping the dried buds in hot water.

Aid to Detox

The pleasant smell of lavender comes from special oils found in the flower, which also have anti-inflammatory and detoxifying properties.

Easy to Add to Recipes

Just a few spoonfuls of lavender flowers can add a wonderfully floral, herby, and minty note to sweet and savoury dishes. Try them in the following recipes!

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Vegan Lavender Ice Cream

Infuse coconut milk with lavender flowers and use it as a base for this uber-healthy "nice" cream. It's fruity, floral, and delicious — give it a go!


Anti-Anxiety Lavender Smoothie

Only the best mood-boosting foods made it into this breakfast smoothie. Whizz them together or layer them in a jar as we did. Swipe up and try it today!


Coconut Lavender Lemonade

Nothing beats a glass of ice cold lemonade on a hot summer day. Even better if it's made with electrolyte-rich coconut water and soothing lavender tea!


Chocolate Lavender Cake

This wonderful cake will make everyone happy. Why? It's deliciously chocolaty, tastes just like spring, and it's also vegan and gluten-free. Hurray!

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