Total Time
Prep 1 min
Cook 0 mins

Someone said I should post this as a recipe, not just mention it on the gardening message board. It seems too simple to think of as a recipe, but here it is! (I also do this with rose-scented geranium leaves.)


  1. Mix.
  2. Let stand for at least a few days.
  3. Use in tea, over berries, in lemonade, sprinkled on scones before baking.
  4. Also makes a great "scrub" in the shower.
  5. 14 August 07- A couple of gals have asked me about ratios for this. It's entirely up to you. Some lavender is stronger than others and some people like a stronger flavour than others, so you just have to experiment and find what you like. Start with about 1T. per cup of sugar and go from there. Charlis.


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This recipes interests me-but there is no ratio of blossoms to sugar (if there is a ratio,please would you let me know) This would make a great gift :)

mamacancook August 13, 2007

The smell is so inviting, I have made Vanilla sugar before and never thought of Lavender sugar. I also put some lavender in powdered sugar and plan on making icing #65210 if I can ever find rose water. I made a special basket of Lavender fudge#172465, with Lavender shortbread #100640, , Lavender jelly #101138 a print out of the recipes and some chamomile tea for a special birthday gift last month. I have gone Lavender, I plan to make more things with lavender, I am hooked.

LB in Middle Georgia December 18, 2006

I have made this for several years now. My favorite use is to mix up diced mango and some fresh berries (like blackberries). Sprinkle the lavender sugar over it. I let it set overnight and then have it for lunch the next day. Unbelievably wonderful!

Artsy Chef November 30, 2012

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