Vegan Elderflower Fritters


Did it happen to you that during the June walk you smelled a sweet smell in the air? It is very possible that it was the smell of blosso

Not only does it awaken our sense of smell, it also offers us culinary specialties. It can be used to make delicious juice as well as a sweet dessert.


We are all familiar with the smell of blooming elderflowers. Elder tree grows in shrubs that reach up to 10 meters high. The flowers have a characteristic and intense scent, which bloom in principle in June and sometimes they can be plucked already in May.


This plant also has healing properties. It helps with colds, diabetes, coughs, colds, fever, cleansing the body, etc. Although elderberry shoots and berries are also used, this time we offer you a recipe made from stunningly fragrant flowers

Vegan Elderflower Fritters

During summer walks, you will often smell fragrant elderflowers. Elderberry usually grows along clearings and at the edge of the forest. Nature offers us many delicious delicacies and certainly among them are also elder flowers. Definitely one of the culinary delicacies are elderflower fritters, which you should not miss in June.

Preparation: 5 min
Cooking: 3 min
Difficulty: easy
Servings: 4

vegan, dairy free,


  • 5-10 elderflowers
  • 1 dl plantbased drink (rice, almonds…)
  • 0.5 dl mineral water
  • 1 tablespoon flax (seeds)
  • 200 g flour
  • 1 tablespoon agave syrup (or other sweetener)
  • salt
  • baking oil


  1. We grind flax and mix all the ingredients. The mass must be liquid as for pancakes. Leave the mass for 10 minutes to connect everything well. If the mixture is too thick, add a little water.
  2. We dip elderflowers in the mixture and immediately fry them in hot oil. They are baked in seconds. Place the baked flowers on a wire rack to drain off excess oil. Then we put them on a paper roll to soak up the hidden fat.
  3. At the end, sprinkle with fresh sweet flowers, which give an even more added scent.

We do not wash elderflowers because they contain pollen and a lot of nutrients. That is why they call picking in nature and as far away from the road as possible.


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