Lilac Sugar

So how can you use lilac sugar?

It is actually great for a lot of different things like in cookies, in a sponge cake, in your Tea, with ice cream, to mix a drink with are some of the things you can you can use Lilac with. I will post some different recipes containing Lilac sugar in the next few days. So if you have lilacs, make some lilac sugar;)

It is easy to make Lilac sugar, and you can do it in two different ways.

Pick the lilacs, I like the purple because it becomes more beautiful and they are more flavourful.

Lilac sugar

  • Pick a few branches of lilacs.
  • When you pick the lilacs, remove the flower and make sure all the little animals and debris are gone. Rinse them if you like.
  • Put on a clean towel or paper towel and let them dry completely.
  • After a few days they when they are dry then you mix them with sugar in a jar with a lid. Shake the jar when everything is inside.
  • After a few days you can remove the lilacs if you like.;I keep mine in there, I like the look of them.


Lilac sugar with freshly picked flowers

  • Pick some twigs of lilacs.
  • Remove the flowers, if you want to rinse them, leave them for a few hours at a dry cloth before mixing with the sugar.
  • Mix with the sugar in a jar, put on the lid and shake the jar.
  • Unscrew the lid, leave for a few days but shake them every day. (Always with the lid on, But don’t forget to remove it afterwards.
  • After a few days you can remove the lilacs if you like, I keep mine in there..
  • Store in a jar with a lid.
  • By Malin Nordblom

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