Edible Flower Petals Are Preserved In These Unique Lollipops
Janet Best (of Sugar Bakers Bakery) has perfected the uncommon art of flower lollipops. Using high-quality ingredients and edible flowers, Best jokes, “It looks as though I’ll be growing lollipops this year!” She boasts a playful aesthetic by incorporating these natural ingredients into her treats, which include delicate flowers grown indoors (to avoid insecticides and toxins).
Though the flower petals are edible, the lollipops also incorporate other flavorings—watermelon, cotton candy, key lime pie, blueberry, and many more. The flowers are simply used to add an element of uniqueness to each of Best’s sugary creations.
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