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A Rawmazing Orange & Lavender Pudding With Cashews

Posted on Tuesday, 13 May

We have come across quite a few taste bud tantalizing lavender recipes, from the traditional lavender shortbread to the more adventurous lavender & Cherry tiramisu and everything in between, but I think we may have found a real contender for our favourite. This recipe takes simple ingredients and turns them into something absolutely fabulous! It is incredibly simple to create and even better there is zero cooking involved, yes that’s right, a delicious sweet treat and you don’t even have to turn the oven on. So, now onto the fun part, how you can create this mouth watering, creamy dessert.… read more »


A Taste bud Tantalizing Lavender Dinner

Posted on Thursday, 3 April

  Using lavender in food is becoming increasingly popular and for good reason! The delicate fragrance of the lavender enhances every dish that it is added to, from sweet treats such as a lavender and blueberry panna cotta to a mouth watering lavender & honey glazed chicken. One of our favourite recipes is the Lavender & hazelnut crusted salmon with lemon and lavender oil new potatoes. The lavender works perfectly with the salmon and the hazelnuts add a nutty crunch to the delicate salmon. So, now onto the fun part, how you can create the perfect lavender meal. INGREDIENTS 1/4… read more »


Choosing the Right Pot for Your Lavender Plants

Posted on Wednesday, 26 February

(Image Source http://www.pinterest.com/pin/159174168051953732/) We often get asked if you can plant lavender in pots, well the simple answer is yes you can. Lavender plants look absolutely stunning in pots, especially if you do not have a large garden and still want to enjoy the beauty and fragrance of lavender. A good rule of thumb is the finished height of your plant is normally the width it will grow to, so for instance if you have just purchased a beautiful hidcote lavender, which will grow to approximately 35-45cm you will need a 35-45cm pot or 70-90cm pot if you would like 2… read more »


Snap, Crack and Lavender Pop

Posted on Monday, 10 February

  They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and once you have tried this Lavender rice krispie treat I am sure you will agree. Now I know that these are not the healthiest start to the day, but if like me you just couldn’t resist them, then they are perfect for any time of the day. They also make a nice treat for children as not only do you know exactly what is going into them they are certainly healthier than a bag full of sweeties. This recipe is super easy and truly delicious, so… read more »


One Lump or Two? How to Create Lavender Sugar Cubes

Posted on Friday, 31 January

Making your own sugar cubes may seem like a bit of a faff, but I can assure you it is completely worth the effort! Lavender sugar cubes have a huge variety of uses, you can add them to a celebratory glass of champagne, flavour your tea or even pop them into a nice glass of home made lemonade. Lavender is incredibly delicate and fragrant, which is one of the reasons it works so well with sugar. The lavender syrup will take the edge off of the sweetness of the sugar while adding a wonderful flavour. Now onto the fun part,… read more »


The Perfect Movie Night Treat

Posted on Monday, 27 January

(Image Source http://www.pinterest.com/pin/399272323184654707/) With the colder weather still with us, there is nothing more glorious than snuggling up on the sofa to watch a good film and one of the most important things, you must get your snacks right, the last thing you want is to have to actually move from your warm, snuggly haven. One of my absolute must try’s is this mouth watering white chocolate and lavender popcorn, now it may take slightly longer than the kind that you nuke in the microwave, but I can assure you it is worth every extra second. There are only a few… read more »


The Ultimate Lavender Biscuit

Posted on Thursday, 9 January

(Image Source http://www.pinterest.com/pin/85216617922298805/) The humble Jammie Dodger, the biscuit of my childhood. With the crumbly biscuit and jammie centre I was hooked after my first bite! As I have grown ever so slightly older my taste buds have changed and I now find my trusty biscuit of choice a little too sweet. Why not choose another biscuit brand I hear you ask, well in short I was not willing to give up on my jammie dodger filled future just yet. My moment of inspiration came after I had some utterly scrumptious home made lavender and blueberry jam with crumpets one Sunday… read more »


A Very Special Festive Thank You

Posted on Wednesday, 25 December

Christmas is a time of year to be thankful and a time to spend time with family and friends. Here at Lavenderworld we have quite a lot to be thankful for and it is all because of our lovely supporters & customers. Whether you have had a sneaky peak at one of our blogs or made the occasional purchase we just wanted to take this opportunity to Thank You for your continued support. So, from us all here at Lavenderworld, it is with much appreciation we say Thank You and we wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and… read more »


A Festive Tipple & Canapé Recipe That is Definitely Worth Mulling Over

Posted on Tuesday, 24 December

(Image Source http://www.pinterest.com/pin/173951604330982788/) With Christmas just 1 more sleep away and friends and family to entertain, the festive season can be quite stressful, with a constant stream of beverages and food to provide it can all get a bit much, but with these 2 fail safe recipes your guests will think you are a domestic goddess, while you can sit back and enjoy the festivities. Merry Mulled Wine (Image Source http://www.pinterest.com/pin/161074124146737680/) Ingredients 1 bottle of red wine 2 (5cm) cinnamon sticks 1 dessertspoon whole cloves 1 dessertspoon whole allspice 1 large piece orange rind (avoid the pith) 1 large piece lemon rind… read more »


I’m Dreaming of a White Spring Garden

Posted on Monday, 23 December

 (ImageSource http://www.pinterest.com/pin/295971006731409358) With Christmas just around the corner I am always reminded of Christmases gone by which involved a blanket of perfectly white snow. I adore the Christmas season and winter in general for several reasons, namely that my fire can be used on a daily basis, that its perfectly acceptable to drink a nice mulled wine before 7pm and of course the promise of snow. I know that snow is not always guaranteed at Christmas, but I can live in hope! If however snow does not make an appearance I can feel safe in the knowledge that come spring my… read more »