Pretty flowers don’t just have to grow in your garden! You can craft flowers out of paper and pipe cleaners or make sweet flower cookies, cupcakes, and candy to eat.
I’ve rounded up a collection of truly beautiful sweets that look like daisies, roses, and daffodils to name a few!
Your kids will have a blast getting their hands dirty while planting a lollipop and marshmallow flower in a chocolate cupcake cup or potting pineapple sunflowers in strawberry planters.
12 Sweet Flowers to Make and Eat
Use traditional orange and yellow candy corn or bright pink and purple candy corn to adorn peanut butter crackers to make Cookie Pops. via Miss Candy Quik
Strawberries filled with grapes make sweet little flower pots to hold yellow pineapple daisies. via Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons
A single lollipop blooming out of a cupcake makes the cutest little flower. Add some leaves and sprinkles and you have a really pretty spring treat. via Bubbly Nature Creations
Color cake batter and paint it into flower shaped molds to create bright and cheery daisy cakes. These can be used as cupcake toppers, or turned into a beautiful bouquet. via Hungry Happenings
Transform a simple store bought marshmallow into a gorgeous marshmallow rose using some pretty pink sugar and icing. via Sugartown Sweets
Cookie cups filled with chocolate peanut butter candies make perfectly shaped flower pots to hold sunflower and tulip cookie pops. via Erica’s Sweet Tooth
Marshmallows can be cut to make pretty petals for lollipop flowers and look lovely popping up out of chocolate graham cracker coated muffins. via Domestic Fits
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Cake pops make a wonderful base in which to create edible flower pots using candy flower petals and chocolate pots. via SugarKissed
Yellow candy melts can be crafted into bowls and piped into petals to make Daffodil Candy Cups. These can be filled with candy or lemon mousse. via Hungry Happenings
What could be simpler than decorating round cookie pops with colored sugar and adding paper leaves to make sweet flower cookie pops? via The Decorated Cookie for Sheek Shindigs
Oreo’s dipped in white candy melts can be decorated to look like flower pops using Jordan Almonds and sprinkles. via Sweet Simple Stuff
A super easy way to create a flower bouquet cake is by using individual cupcakes that are arranged and decorated with frosting. via Culinary Couture
And if you’re not in the mood to cook, you can always make these pretty petaled crafts instead!
Have fun creating your edible garden filled with cookie flower pops, cupcake bouquets, and daffodil candy cups!
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