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Where did you find elderberries this time of year?
Hi Ashling! I’ve missed you! I find them at my local herb store..when they are out of them…I get them at Mountain Rose Herbs online..they are a great source for organic herbs and spices 🙂
I buy them by the pound so I have them in my Witches cupboard always 🙂
Oh–you’re using dried elderberries? Great idea!
Let me know if you make it Ashling 🙂
mmmm mmmm mmmm!! I’ll make the waffles!!
LOL Chefette 🙂 Sounds like a deal. I think this would be great on waffles actually. I make it more for medicinal purposes…its great to prevent the flu/cold/virus and using local honey makes it great to help with allergies too. But its really tasty and sweet….now I want to try it on waffles !!
Thanks so much for always coming by and commenting..I really appreciate it!~
you inspire me you know that lol
Well thank you so much! I’m heading over to look at your blog as I don’t believe I’ve seen it. I love finding blogs I don’t know about 🙂
Yummy!!!!! Did you grow the elderberries yourself? I am sure you did!
Hi Sweet Sister..I did not grown them myself….I get them at my local health food store…or Mountain Rose Herbs online. But I sure would like to grown my own and will have to look into it 🙂
A friend told me just this week that I should make or buy some elderberry syrup. Now I’m really inspired to do just that!
Hi Lisa…did you make it? If you need a recipe I’d be happy to send it to you! Hugs!!
Blessings my sister , me too , going to go and get some form store . I love the jelly my friend makes and gives to me as a gift . She grows it at her log cabin here in Pa . But it does not stay long in this house cause I love it ! Glad you showed how to make the yummy stuff , but could you post the amounts needed from other things put in . Thanks love and light BB )O(
Sent it to you Marnette and we’ve discussed it now 🙂 Let me know if you make it! Hugs!
Sounds wonderful! What are the proportions, and what’s in the bag in front – they look like the scales of pine cones. 🙂 Thanks, Wisewillow
Hi Suzanne… it’s star anise….but you’re right..in the pic it looks like pine cone leaves 🙂 When you ask for the proportions…are you asking for the recipe?
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