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Shortbread Cookies made with Edible Flowers

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  • Garden Party Classic Collection
    Shortbread cookies made with edible flowers. Buttery Shortbread cookies.
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  • The Romantic
    Shortbread cookies made with edible flowers. Buttery Shortbread cookies. Rose Pistachio shortbread cookies
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  • The Lavender Lover
    Shortbread cookies made with edible flowers. Buttery Shortbread cookies. Lavender Lemon shortbread cookies.
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  • Strawberry Rose
    Shortbread cookies made with edible flowers. Buttery Shortbread cookies. Strawberry Rose cookies.
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Delectable Delights. One look and you will know that these cookies were made with care. One bite will tell you these cookies are made with love.

Thomas M.

Stunned the whole family! These are so delicious and light. Potentially the best shortbread we’ve ever had. Everyone got one cookie and all were like “is this just a cookie with flowers on it?” Totally unassuming until you bite in… then: “OMG these are amazing.” All around hit!

Christine

This is the first time I’ve ever wanted seconds of shortbread. I’m going to try to resist having another until after dinner.” “They are almost too lovely to eat (says the woman inhaling ginormous mouthfuls).” “I love shortbread cookies. These are almost too beautiful to eat. They are a work of art! And they were beautifully wrapped! “

Regina D

You smile when you eat them! These cookies are little gifts of beauty and nature’s elegance. They are beautiful to see and the bold yet somehow subtle flavors match the beauty. What beautiful treat.

Deb D

Love how sweet and salty balanced these cookies are. I had no idea how much I liked short bread until trying these. Each cookie is so delcious, I really didn't see it coming when I received them as a gift.

Daniel R.

Outstanding! I will be a repeat customer - as a gift for family and friends and also for myself!

Cindy S.
  • German Chamomile

  • Chamomile flowers have a mild, subtly sweet, herbaceous, and earthy flavor
  • Hibiscus

  • Hibiscus' tart flavor is reminiscent of cranberry or pomegranate
  • Rose Petal

  • Roses petals have a very aromatic, floral and slightly sweet flavor
  • Micro Marigold

  • Edible marigold flowers range in taste from mildly citrusy to subtly spicy
  • Geranium

  • There are over fifty different geraniums with a rose odor!
  • Viola

  • Violas are unique as the entire flower is edible, and the blooms contain a crisp, succulent, and tender texture with a faint, perfumed scent

German Chamomile

Chamomile flowers have a mild, subtly sweet, herbaceous, and earthy flavor

Hibiscus

Hibiscus' tart flavor is reminiscent of cranberry or pomegranate

Rose Petal

Roses petals have a very aromatic, floral and slightly sweet flavor

Micro Marigold

Edible marigold flowers range in taste from mildly citrusy to subtly spicy

Geranium

There are over fifty different geraniums with a rose odor!

Viola

Violas are unique as the entire flower is edible, and the blooms contain a crisp, succulent, and tender texture with a faint, perfumed scent

Rose

A widely used pressed flower! The rose flower is mild, perfume-like, sweet, sour, and bitter all at once. Rose water, on the other hand, can be overwhelming in baked goods and should be well-balanced with other ingredients.

Violets + Pentas

The violet flower is strikingly decorative. It usually has a mild taste, with slight acidity and is high in Vitamin C. The leaf and tender stem can also be consumed raw (think green goddess dressing).

Calendula

A personal favorite, calendula offers its striking yellow, gold and orange color paired with a nice flavor that ranges from peppery to bitter tangy. It's taste has also been described as similar to saffron.

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Plant it forward! These shortbread cookies are incredible. A fun way to engage with herbs and flowers. Here's to hoping these sweet treats inspire you to learn more about plants.