Lavender Sugar With Vanilla
photo by Rita1652
- Ready In:
- Place a cup of sugar in each (1 cup) jar along with 1 tablespoon lavender and divide the vanilla bean among some or all the jars.
- I put one jar of the mix into the vita mix to grind up the lavender and powdered the sugar. (Which is nice if you don`t want lavender buds in your baking. Or to add to a cup of comforting tea.).
- Let sit overnight.
- I did open in a couple hour and the aroma was just fabulous!
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DELIGHTFUL!!-I did 2} 1 cup batches...1 w/ the flower and suger ground fine...the other un-ground; & I split a 'nilla bean between...the smell is glorious...so far I have just kept opening the jar to get a breath of happiness :)!!!- can not wait to bake some Holiday sweets w/ it!!! Thanks Rita~ for a wonderful recipe share!!! <3
This is an awesome recipe! It is so easy to make and tastes wonderful! Its great used in quick breads, muffins or scones or added to tea or granola. We loved it and so do our friends who received this as part of a birthday gift-basket. <br/>THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this great recipe here, Rita!<br/>Made and reviewed for Veggie Swap #28 November 2010.
Fabulous, Fabulous, FABULOUS!!! I bake with lavender extensively but have never made Lavender Sugar before. What cinched it for me was the addition of the Vanilla Bean! My lavender flowers must have been too intense; I ended up needing to use 1.5 cups of sugar rather than the 1 cup required; also added 2 vanilla beans, chopped into 4 pieces each. I shook the container each day for a week and ended up with a gorgeously infused amount of sugar for baking and tea. I found this recipe in the PAC thread; so glad that I did!
A friend of mine was kind enough to provide me with enough lavender flowers to make this sugar so that I could include it in yet another recipe I'd chosen in the current round of PAC! So, I'm now prepared & your recipe is a great keeper, as well, says my friend, to whom I gifted a cup of your sugar! Many thanks, Rita!