Rose and Lavender Madeleines, Madeleines, Floral Madeleines

These delicate treats complement any black tea and will satisfy your sophisticated cravings!

Great dipped in steaming black tea or as a sweet side to a hot cup of coffee, madeleines are deliciously sweet and airy. They are both impressive and easy to make, which makes this treat a win-win. And this recipe helps you step up your madeleines with one simple addition: the taste of rose and lavender. The delicate flavor of roses is subtle but creates a beautiful aroma and a unique after taste. Lavender is pungent in both taste and aroma, and is quite a sensational touch when added to the madeleines! We highly recommend calling your friends, having a tea party, and bringing these out to enjoy!


    Rose Oil Extract, Lavender Oil Extract, Floral extracts,

    Never worry about finding the perfect flowery flavor again with our Rose and Lavender Oil Extracts!

    • 1 stick butter, clarified and cooled
    • 2 eggs
    • ½ cup sugar
    • ⅔ cup all-purpose flour
    • 1 tsp baking powder
    • A pinch of salt
    • 2 tbsp whole milk


    1. Melt and clarify the butter and set it aside.
    2. Sift the dry ingredients and set them aside.
    3. Whip the eggs and sugar to the ribbon stage (very light in color).
    4. Add the sifted dry ingredients to the egg foam very slowly, with the mixer on low-medium speed just until incorporated.
    5. Add the milk.
    6. Add the cooled clarified butter in a steady stream with the mixer running on low.
    7. Add the desired Extract flavor.
    8. Let the mixture rest in the refrigerator for an hour or overnight.
    9. Bake at 350 °F degrees for 18-20 minutes, removing when it is firm but before the tops are brown.
    10. Cool on a rack and cover with a towel if not serving right away.
    11. Dust with powdered sugar, if desired.

      • The mix created in step 8 will keep chilled for up to 7 days.
      • Rose is a subtle flavor while lavender is especially strong and our Extracts are highly concentrated, so use the recommended amounts or, if you’re going to experiment, make sure to measure carefully!