Flower Popsicles from The Little Market

 Photo from The Little Market Blog

Photo from The Little Market Blog

When I saw this adorable recipe for 'Eat Your Flower Power' on The Little Market Blog, I knew I had to share it with you here! After experiencing a 110 degree F day in Southern California (can you say climate change?!) I was craving refreshing treats to combat the heat. These were cute and easy! 

The Little Market is an incredible non-profit founded by women to empower women with co-founder, Lauren Conrad. You can purchase fare-trade handmade products from women artisans around the world! 

 Picture from The Little Market Blog

Picture from The Little Market Blog

This recipe is by Claire at The Kitchy Kitchen, all photos are not mine and from The Little Market Blog. I've re-posted it here to share with you all! Feel free to explore their blog for more DIY crafts and ideas. See how to make your own edible flower Popsicle below: 

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 Graphic from The Little Market Blog

Graphic from The Little Market Blog

Directions from The Little Market Blog: 

'Combine sugar and water over medium heat, stirring until the sugar dissolves. Cook for an additional 5 minutes as it simmers. Take off heat and add the rosewater. Cool completely.

Stir together the coconut water and syrup. Place 3 to 5 flowers in each popsicle mold and fill with coconut water mixture.

Put molds in the freezer for two hours or until partially frozen. Add the popsicle sticks into the center and freeze for another three hours or until solid.'

 Picture from The Little Market

Picture from The Little Market

Enjoy this delicious treat and beat the heat! Make sure to support The Little Market!

 

Leah Thomas