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Lavender Buttercream Frosting
Indulge your taste buds with the delicate and aromatic delight of lavender buttercream frosting.
This heavenly creation adds a touch of elegance to any dessert, be it lavender cupcakes or even a simple cake.
Lavender frosting is a unique twist on traditional buttercream, infusing it with the soothing and floral notes of lavender. The result is a velvety smooth texture that melts in your mouth, leaving behind a subtle hint of lavender that lingers on your palate.
Imagine biting into a fluffy cupcake topped with this exquisite lavender glaze. The combination of the light and airy cake with the creamy, floral frosting creates a harmonious balance that will transport you to a blissful state of indulgence.
Whether you’re hosting an afternoon tea party or simply craving something sweet, lavender buttercream frosting is sure to elevate your dessert experience. Its versatility allows it to complement various flavors, from vanilla to lemon, adding an extra layer of sophistication.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to tantalize your taste buds with this divine creation. Try incorporating lavender buttercream frosting into your baking repertoire and let its enchanting flavor take center stage in your next culinary masterpiece.
Lavender Buds or Sprigs
- Make optional purple colorant by mixing Butterfly Pea Flower Powder and Lemon Juice, set aside.
- In a mixing bowl, add Butter, Powdered Sugar, Extracts, Purple Colorant Mixture and mix well on medium with a hand mixer.
- Slowly add simple syrup, one tablespoon at a time, until mixture is cohesive yet firm, with a "whipped" appearance.
- Use to frost cakes or pipe on cupcakes. To make a glaze, add to hot pastries, just out of the oven, and it will melt right on the hot pastries.
- Sprinkle just a pinch of lavender buds on top of frosting or glaze for garnish. Or place a lavender sprig on top.
Buy the Cookbook or Grow Your Own Culinary Lavender & Herbs!
All lavender and herb plants come with extensive growing and care instructions + recipes. These herbs may be grown inside during the winter and then planted outside during the summer.