Edible flower pot

No sugar edible flower pot gift idea

As we were trying to think of recipes that would be totally Lars we thought it would be natural to incorporate some flowers. Of course! So Karlee and I came up with this healthy version (no sugar!) of an idea we spotted on Martha Stewart made with chocolate granola and yogurt. We thought it would be the perfect gift for mom for Mother’s Day. Just include a sweet note on the tag and you’re good to go!

No sugar edible flower pot gift idea for Mother's Day
Edible flower pot gift idea

photography by Laura Sumrak
recipe by Karlee Bronson
art direction and styling by Brittany Jepsen

See below for full recipe

Edible Flower Pot
Supplies Needed
  • Jar
  • Lars Flowers / edible flowers (check out some tutorials here)
  • signage / banner


Ingredients
Chocolate Yogurt
12 ounces greek yogurt (vanilla, honey, or plain)
1 Tbs cocoa powder (or desired amount– don’t want to make it too cocoa-y)
Β½  tsp almond extract


(If using plain greek yogurt you can mix in honey to your desired sweetness)


Directions
Mix together all ingredients in medium size bowl and set aside.


Chocolate Granola
1 cup granola (homemade works too πŸ˜‰
1/2 Tbs coconut oil
2 tsp cocoa powder
β…› cup chopped almonds
β…› cup coconut


Directions
Mix granola with chopped almonds and coconut. Set aside.  In another bowl- melt coconut oil and then mix in cocoa powder until even consistency.  Stir over granola until covered in chocolate mixture. Let cool.  

Spoon chocolate yogurt in your jar.  Place chocolate granola on top.  Stick in flowers to create your mother her very own edible (healthy) garden! Enjoy!

glass vase from BHLDN

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