Santa Margherita Floral Winesicles

If you’re looking for a dazzling dessert to wow friends and family this weekend, we have you covered.

With their powerful and unique flavors, textures and colors, edible flowers have gained popularity as a creative and innovative ingredient for the culinary world ~Wikipedia
heartsease flower (Viola tricolor) in springThis recipe is perfect for your any outdoor party or even packed in a cooler for a day at the beach.
A great go-to treat for cooling off this summer, that combines your love for something chilled, wine and beautiful edible florals.
Get creative and customize your colors with edible florals or add colorful ribbons on the stick. Use your imagination and enjoy!

Santa Margherita Floral Winesicles

WinesiclesIngredients
Directions
  1. Place 3-5 edible flowers in each popsicle mold
  2. Fill popsicle molds with Santa Margherita Prosecco Superiore
  3. Freeze 4-6 hours, or until completely solid
  4. Once frozen, remove from mold and garnish popsicle stick with ribbon

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profile picKarie Engels is an author, founder and publisher of Basil & Salt Magazine. She enjoys a quiet life in a small farmhouse in Washington state with her quarrelsome cat.

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