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Edible-Flowers Cupcakes

Recipe photo courtesy of Con Poulos

There's no need to perfect your piping skills to create beautiful flower-topped cupcakes. Instead, sprinkle them with a few fresh edible flowers that speak to the season.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, February 2009
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Some of the best-tasting edible flowers include nasturtiums, pansies, hibiscus, snapdragons, and violets. Use only flowers that are grown without pesticides.

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  • mlp515
    24 JUN, 2010
    I made these cupcakes and thought they were great! I did find that they needed a little more flour than the recipe called for (at least when I made them). Instead of topping them with the edible flowers, I used edible cupcake decorations from CakeCaps.com. The cupcakes turned out great and my family and friends loved them!
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