Dandelion Scrub Bar Soap Recipe

Dandelion Scrub Bar Soap Recipe

Dandelion flowers, which are wonderful for treating rough, dry skin, are infused into skin-softening olive oil, then combined with bubbly coconut and nourishing sunflower oil to make this soap. It’s perfect for scrubbing away dirt and grime from hands, making it a wonderful gift for the gardener or farmer in your life! It can also be used as an all-over, gently exfoliating body bar. *If you own a copy of my book, 101 Easy Homemade Products … Continue reading

Dandelion Magnesium Lotion

Dandelion Magnesium Lotion Recipe

I’m so excited to be able to finally share this recipe with you today! I first made Dandelion Magnesium Lotion last March, while developing recipes for my new book, 101 Easy Homemade Products for your Skin, Health & Home. It was an instant hit with everyone who tested it, relieving leg cramps, back aches, growing pains, restless leg syndrome and various related ailments. One relative with chronic nerve pain in her arm declared it the best thing I’d … Continue reading

Handmade Dandelion Soap (Crock Pot Method)

Handmade Dandelion Soap Crock Pot Version

While Honey & Dandelion Soap is one of the most popular cold process recipes on my blog, I’ve often gotten questions about how to make it using a crock pot (hot process) instead. Since dandelions are popping out like crazy around here (hooray!), I thought this would be a good time to make some up and share a more detailed tutorial with you. A few notes before we start: – I buy most of soap … Continue reading

Traditional Scandinavian Dandelion Syrup Recipe

dandelion and green apple syrup

This delicious way to use dandelions was sent to me by a reader in Denmark! She was kind enough to translate and share a few traditional Scandinavian foraging recipes with me, including this one for Dandelion Syrup that she makes each summer. Thank you Tina! You can visit her Danish blog by clicking HERE.   Below, you’ll find the recipe as translated. The only thing I did differently was to use 75 dandelions, since mine … Continue reading