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How To Make Homemade Lavender and Rose Simple Syrups - The View from Great Island

I had such fun with these Homemade Lavender and Rose Simple Syrups yesterday. A basic simple syrup is just equal parts sugar dissolved in water, and it’s used to sweeten drinks, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and sometimes it’s used in desserts, too.

Fresh Mint Simple Syrup - For drinks, desserts, and candy recipes! Can't wait for the holidays!

Fresh Mint Simple Syrup

fresh mint simple syrup: 3 Cups Water 2 Cups Sugar, or Honey 2 Cups Packed Fresh Mint Leaves

Learn how to make herbal infusions by combining oils and vinegar with herbs from your backyards. Use them in cooking, homemade cosmetics and more.

Herbal Infusions Oils and Vinegars

Learn how to make herbal infusions by combining oils and vinegar with herbs from your backyards. Use them in cooking, homemade cosmetics and more.

Rosemary, Lemon Thyme & Sage Honeys

Rosemary, Lemon Thyme & Sage Honey - Edible Christmas Gifts

Lavender Syrup       1 c sugar      1/2 c water      2-3 T fresh lavender or 1 T dried      Bring the sugar and water to boil in a small saucepan.      Cook until the sugar is dissolved.      Place the lavender in a jar.      Pour the sugar water over the lavender.

Lavender Syrup 1 c sugar c water T fresh lavender or 1 T dried Bring the sugar and water to boil in a small saucepan. Cook until the sugar is dissolved. Place the lavender in a jar. Pour the sugar water over the lavender.

Mint Simple Syrup. So easy to make at home, and a great way to use up fresh mint. Makes a great addition to summer cocktails!

We have way too much mint -- so I am making mint simple syrup for iced tea, mojitos, mint juleps, coffee, whipped cream.

Mint Extract Recipe - Ohhh, I'm going to add a minty twist to my favorite brownies, chocolate pudding, ice cream, hot chocolate or tea! This two-ingredient mint extract recipe looks so easy.

Mint Extract

Use Organic "Rain" Vodka - Mint Extract Recipe - Ohhh, I'm going to add a minty twist to my favorite brownies, chocolate pudding, ice cream, hot chocolate or tea! This two-ingredient mint extract recipe looks so easy.

How to make Mint Infused Sugar from pixiespocket.com - delicious in teas, coffee, on the rim of a cocktail glass...

How to make Mint Infused Sugar

DIY Mint Infused Sugar - great for baking, stirring into tea, or using to rim a cocktail glass (hell yeah, mojitos and juleps!) - easy way to use up mint harvest.

The honeysuckle has started to bloom in my yard! I can't wait to make this.   Honeysuckle Simple Syrup

Honeysuckle Simple Syrup

Honeysuckle Simple Syrup - I've got red honeysuckle that the kids love to pick! I'm thinking it will make a beautiful colored syrup to make them something fun like honeysuckle ice cream or popsicles!

Make your own rose water with these tips from India (I know you've wondered how...)

Make your own rose water with these tips from India (I know you’ve wondered…

Homemade Lavender syrup recipe

lavender simple syrup

How to make lavender simple syrup plus recipes for lavender soda, lavender lemonade and even edible floral ice cubes.

Be fiercely DIY and make a simple and delicious infused herbal honey!

How to Make Infused Herbal Honey

I will show you which herbal teas are excellent with mentioned health issues.

How to make your own Stevia extract. This was very simple it required some stevia leaves and some vodka.

How to make your own Stevia extract

How to make your own Stevia extract — Frugal Debt Free Life - Limitless Life on a Limited Budget

Drink a Tree: How to Make Pine, Spruce, or Fir Tip Syrup

Drink a Tree: How to Make Pine, Spruce, or Fir Needle Syrup

During spring time, pine, fir, and other evergreen trees grow by producing new tips at the end of each branch. The new growth is vibrant green, and you should totally eat it.

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