Nature Pop and Candied Rowan Berries
In this workshop you we will share with you in detail how to prepare ‘Candied Rowan Berries’ and ‘Nature Pop’. Two recipes that will delight your friends and families. Going beyond of what you can find at the grocery stores, is easy on the wallet, in alignment with the seasons and locally prepared not only makes a lovely treat for your family, but also a yummy gift for your friends.
Rowan berries, also called, ‘the Lemons of the North’, are much loved by birds, but vastly overseen by humans. They are loaded with a wide variety of nutrients, full of Vitamin C, Carotenoids, Tannins, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphor and Malic acid. Due to Rowan Berries bitter and tart taste, they are generally prepared as part of a sweet dessert. Featured in this workshop, we will share a Rowan Berry recipe that will sure sweeten up cold winter days, to be enjoyed as a snack by candle light and a warm blanket.
‘Nature Pop’ – a much loved treat enjoyed very much by not only children, but also grown ups, is usually prepared in the summer to be enjoyed all year long. Use the petals of Bee Balm, Violet or Elder flowers and learn how to prepare your own Nature Pop to delight your family and friends all year long.
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