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"Edible flowers are coming back to our menus but are nothing new if you look at the history of eating. Lavender is sweet, floral and delicate and could be used in both sweet and savory dishes. It is known for thousands of years. Light and relaxing energy captured in these muffins brings out the best of beautiful, everlasting Ms. Lavender. Flowers, stems and leaves, all can be dried and consumed throughout the year. My grandmother used lavender dried plants to deodorize chests and cabinets with freshly washed clothes and to keep them insect free. I know many people do that still in these years. I do as well. But, muffins stay in the kitchen. Also, if you do not have fresh lavender blossoms, dried ones could be used but if that is the case, add only one tsp of them since 1 tsp of dried blossoms means more of them so the flavour is stronger. using Apple Lavender Jelly is not a must. If you replace it with any delicate jelly or even juice made of apple, lemon or elderflower, it is OK."
Cooking Time20 min
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