One scone base, two variations.
Wild Hibiscus Mojitos - Cheers!
Hibiscus Scented Fig Compote
Hibiscus infused Lemon Tart, from Chef Bernard Guillas of The Marine Room, La Jolla
A cranberry sauce rich with flavor and subtle undertones of hibiscus and red wine
Poached pear in sweet hibiscus tea.
Healthy roselle (sorrel) tea is not only popular in Thailand, but also across Africa, Italy and Egypt. Effective in reducing weight! Vegan.
Refreshing Mexican-style ice pops - Hibiscus-Lime paletas
Karkada - refreshing drink with hibiscus flowers [recipe in polish with translator]
This Lemon Hibiscus Sorbet is delightfully refreshing with a subtle depth of flavor.
Hibiscus Tea, fizz-ified and cream-ified.
Karkadeh - sweet Egyptian hibiscus tea.
Keep it cool with some pretty Hibiscus Popsicles.
A cold salad of cauliflower and hibiscus, and dreams of eating local. [recipe]
Strawberry mango fruit roll ups without added sugar or preservatives. Made without a dehydrator!
The most ambrosial, floral and fragrant poached pears (and tiniest!).
Aguas Cake: for people who don't like drinking water but do enjoy a nice slice of cake.
Jamaica is pronounced (Ha-mike-ah) — not Jamaica, the Caribbean Island. In Mexico, agua de jamaica is served like we serve and drink iced tea in America.
Home made soda syrup made with fresh guava, hibiscus flowers, rose water and vanilla bean
Wild Eden ~ gin, elderflower liqueur, lemon and Wild Hibiscus Flowers in Rose Syrup
Happy New Year! This sparkling champagne cocktail, with the addition of this edible hibiscus flower, is such a pretty libation.
Sparkling Hibiscus and Persimmon Punch - A Special Seasonal Sip for Every Body
Hibiscus Macarons with Mascarpone-Butter Cream
A gorgeous deep red hibiscus flower nestled in a glass of champagne, makes a stunning and delicious addition to your holiday table.
Recipe for Agua de jamaica - a dry but refreshing hibiscus drink
Mini hibiscus buds from the farmer's market this morning. Soon to find their way into a cup of hot water for Red Zinger Tea!
Jamaica (Hibiscus Flower Tea) is great served hot or cold!
Wild Hibiscus Flower Cocktails
Apple Hibiscus Cocktail
Candied hibiscus flowers
A red velvet cake experiment using the red pigment from the Hibiscus fruit or Roselle.
Ambrosia Mojito Popsicles and Pomegranate Hibiscus Strawberry Popsicles
Hibiscus Ginger Tea...and MARTINI!
Roselle (from the hibiscus family) berries make refreshing juice that's sweet with a pleasing sourish edge