Dandelion Jelly is a delicacy of Spring. Made from the yellow petals of dandelion flowers, this weed is a surprising little secret of springtime. This jelly shines when paired with butter. It begs to be spread over a crusty buttered baguette or a rich biscuit. Dandelion jelly is waiting for afternoon tea time to take center stage. It’s light, mildly sweet, and reminiscent of honey with light notes of lemon. When those pesky yellow blooms start popping up in early April, some see weeds, and others see a delightful snack.
We hand pick our dandelions at a local park, free from pesticides and vehicle traffic. To learn more about the process of making dandelion tea, read our blog post here.
It is unknown if dandelion jelly carries the same medicinal properties that are found in the roots and leaves. These parts of the plant are left behind as they can have the jelly turn bitter. We like to think that there’s still some gift of nature in there, with each luxurious bite.
As a labor of love to make, limited quantities are available. Order today while supplies last.
Ingredients: Dandelion tea, sugar, lemon juice, pectin.