lavender sugar

Introducing our delicious lavender sugar recipe! This aromatic blend of lavender and sugar is a versatile addition to your pantry. It goes perfectly with baked goods such as shortcrust pastry and gives it a delicate floral note. Sprinkle it over a fluffy sponge cake to give it an extra burst of flavor, or stir it into freshly picked berries to enhance their natural sweetness. This lavender sugar is not only a treat for your own kitchen, but also a thoughtful and unique gift. Share your love by giving jars of this fragrant sugar as wedding gifts or special attention for any occasion.


  • 1kg powdered sugar
  • 2 teaspoons lavender flowers – picked or sold by Bart in jars


Fine touches
All the packaging we used to present our gifts is easily available in stores. Visit the John Lewis haberdashery department for ribbons, twine, parcel labels and butterfly clips. Confetti sells cellophane bags or asks friends and family to help wash and store small jars.Store your lavender sugar
You can make the sugar up to 2 months before the wedding. Pack in small bags or jars up to 2 months before the big day. Tell guests on the label to use within 6 months and suggest possible uses – ideal for shortcrust pastries, sprinkled over a sponge cake or stirred into berries.Print labels
If you like the labels in the picture, you can do that Print them here. Cut them out, make a hole to the left of the label with a hole punch, put a pretty ribbon through it and tie it under the lid of the jar or around the bag.

Preparation steps

  1. Mix sugar and lavender in a bowl.
  2. Gently stir the sugar and lavender mixture until well combined.
  3. Divide the mixture evenly between small bags or jars.
  4. Make sure each bag or jar is securely closed.
  5. Store the bags or jars in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.
  6. Let the sugar and lavender mixture steep for at least two weeks.
  7. Shake the bags or jars gently every few days to evenly distribute the lavender aroma.

Nutritional Information


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Equipment and tools

  • mixing bowl
  • Whisk or fork
  • measuring spoon
  • glass or container

Allergen information

This lavender sugar recipe contains:

  • No nuts
  • No diary
  • Gluten free

Storage and leftovers

You can store the lavender sugar for up to 6 months. Here are some tips for storage and use:

  • Pack the sugar into small bags or jars up to 2 months before the event.
  • Label the packaging stating that the product should be used within 6 months.
  • Suggest uses for the lavender sugar, such as: B. sprinkling over a sponge cake or stirring into berries.

If you would like to print labels for your jars or bags, you can do so here.

Amount of ingredients
Powdered sugar 1 kg
Lavender flowers – picked or beard sold in 2 tsp jars

Health Benefits of Lavender Sugar

Lavender sugar not only adds a wonderful floral flavor to your dishes and desserts, but also offers various health benefits. Made by infusing lavender flowers with powdered sugar, this fragrant ingredient can be used to enhance your culinary creations. Here are some of the health benefits of lavender sugar:

  • Lavender for relaxation: Lavender is known for its calming and soothing properties. Consuming lavender-infused sugar can help reduce anxiety and promote relaxation.
  • Promotes Better Sleep: Lavender is often used for its sleep-inducing effects. Including lavender sugar in your evening tea or dessert can help improve the quality of your sleep.
  • Strengthens immunity: Lavender contains antioxidants that can boost the immune system and protect the body from common diseases.
  • Anti-inflammatory properties: The lavender flowers used in lavender sugar are rich in compounds that have anti-inflammatory effects. These properties can help reduce inflammation in the body and relieve symptoms of certain medical conditions.
  • Digestive aid: Lavender has traditionally been used to relieve digestive problems such as bloating, indigestion and stomach cramps. Using lavender sugar in baking or sprinkling it over fruit can aid digestion.
  • Mood enhancer: The pleasant scent of lavender has been proven to have a mood-enhancing effect. Enjoying dishes or desserts with lavender sugar can lift your mood and ensure well-being.
  • Rich in antioxidants: Lavender flowers are full of antioxidants that protect the body from free radicals and oxidative stress. Including lavender sugar in your diet can contribute to overall cellular health.

So lavender sugar not only adds a unique and subtle flavor to your dishes, but also offers these health benefits. Experiment with lavender sugar in your favorite recipes and discover the wonderful combination of taste and well-being.

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