We picked a nice bucket full and brought them in. I laid them out on newspaper and let them dry. We had also picked some dark and light lilacs (well, kiddo did. picking is her thing.) from our trees. I thought they would be good to dry out as well.SRC: Read more about this Dandelion Lilac Tea at: yumeating.com/dandelion-lilac-tea/
Tea is one of my favorite things. It does not have to be cold out for me to enjoy a nice cup of tea, but when it does get super hot out I am known to drop in a few ice cubes!
Once all my flowers were dried, this tea was super simple to make.
In a tea strainer I placed a dandelion flower, some stems and a bit of lilac. I boiled some water and poured that in my cup, placing the tea in there to steep.
What you come up with is this wonderful, fragrant and healthy dandelion lilac tea.
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