18 Easy and Delicious Homemade Extracts Perfect for Tasty Baking
Making your own homemade extracts can be incredibly simple, and allow you to try out various flavors while cutting down on your grocery bill. With your own unique homemade extract added to your baking, you can enchant your guests with subtle taste hints and flavors they would never expect.
How to Make Homemade Extracts for Baking
Learn how to make homemade extracts and you will be able to add an amazing amount of flavor into your kitchen creations! Making your own extracts is easy!
How To Dry Mint For Tea and Cooking - Homemade Mastery
How to dry mint for tea and cooking! Drying your own mint leaves in the oven, or airdrying is easy and will provide you with high-quality dried mint leaves!
How To Make Lemon Extract
This 2-ingredient homemade lemon extract tastes like sunshine in a bottle. The bright flavor is perfect for poppyseed muffins, & it's ridiculously easy to make.
Fresh Mint Dressing Recipe - Cookie and Kate
This mint salad dressing recipe is refreshing, delicious and easy to make! You'll need fresh mint, lemon juice, olive oil, Dijon mustard, and honey or maple syrup. Recipe yields a little over 1 cup.
10 Things to Make With Mint
Enjoy these 10 practical ways to use fresh mint from your garden! Mint is easy to grow and helps cool, relieve pain, indigestion, headache & sore muscles.
How to make Mint Infused Sugar – Pixie's Pocket
DIY Mint Infused Sugar - great for baking, stirring into tea, or using to rim a cocktail glass (hell yeah, mojitos and juleps!) - easy way to use up mint harvest.
Mint Simple Syrup
This easy Mint Simple Syrup uses fresh mint from the garden to create an herbal sweet syrup. It's perfect for sweetening tea, lemonade, and cocktails!
Simple Mint Syrup Recipe • The Prairie Homestead
Jump to Recipe My mint is trying to take over my life right now. Now I’m not exactly complaining, because with the gardening year I’ve had thus far, I’m just happy to see something, anything, growing out there… It hasn’t been a good growing season for my poor little garden. I suspect I have an […]