Nasturtium Fairy Nectar
Your little Fairy will love serving this enchanting drink at her next midsummer night’s garden party. It is also a refreshing little treat for her after a long day of chasing drangonflies and butterflies by the pond. This recipe is from Sweet Pea’s Garden.
12 rose petals (or other edible flowers)
1/4 cup fresh raspberries
1/8 cup granulated sugar
4 cups orange juice
4 cups cranberry juice
1 orange, cut into triangles
To make fairy ice cubes:.
Place nasturtiums (or other edible flowers like rose petals or violet petals) and/or raspberries into ice cube trays.
Fill with water.
To make nectar:.
Pour a few tablespoons of orange juice into a bowl.
Pour a few tablespoons of sugar into a seperate bowl.
Decorate your glasses with “fairy dust” by dipping the rim of each glass into orange juice.
Then, dip the wet rims into the sugar for a frosted, glittery “fairy dust” effect.
Add a few ice cubes and a few raspberries to each glass.
Fill halfway with some fresh orange juice.
Carefully fill the rest of your glass with fresh cranberry juice.
Cut the orange into slices.
Cut slits in the orange slices and slide over the rim for decoration.
Serve with a straw, or two.