How To Make Beef Jerky Flowers

Flowers and chocolates are usually the first things that spring to mind when you think of Valentine’s Day, but we have taken gift-giving to a new kind of art with a beef jerky bouquet. Who knew jerky beef blooms could be so delectable?

This meat bouquet is the ideal Valentine’s Day present made from our huge chunks of beef jerky and composed entirely of beef. It is not only delicious and prepared with high-quality ingredients, but it is also unique and incredibly considerate. I mean, rose petals created out of dried beef? There is no higher degree of creativity than that.

Here is a simple step-by-step (with photos) guide to making the ideal beef jerky flower arrangement for your lover who enjoys meat.

how to make beef jerky flowers

Step 1: Take A Slab Of Beef Jerky And Cut The Corners Into The Elongated Oval Shape.

We do not claim to be architects, but we do know a thing or two about our Classic Big Slab lane and how it works as a good foundation for the jerky rose petals that picturise out loud “Happy Valentine’s Day!”

Also Read: How To Eat Shredded Beef Jerky

Each jerky slab is thin, durable, and handcrafted. It may be molded and shaped into a flower depending on your Valentine’s flavor palette. You can pick from three distinct varieties of Original, Teriyaki, and Hot & Spicy based on the colors in your Valentine’s Day theme.

Step 2: Wrap The Beef Jerky Petal Around A 1 Inch Diameter Oval Slab To Make The Beef Jerky Petal. 

As the stem for our beautiful salt and pepper beef sticks, we opted for our most well-liked salty and delicious Pepper Beef Sticks and Sea Salt! It is also the perfect foundation for rose beef petals. Feel free to look through the rest of the flavors here if you want a different taste of the stick. We have a variety of options available. 

Also Read: How Thick To Slice Meat For Jerky?

Step 3: Tie A Piece Of String Around It To Protect It From Becoming Lost. 

Make as many kinds of beef jerky flowers as you like to finish the beef jerky beautiful flower bouquet by repeating steps 1-3. You have just completed the most delectable DIY Valentine’s gift any meat-eater could ever imagine. Is not it true that it was not difficult at all? Now it is time to party by giving your partner these Valentine’s Day flowers.

Also Read: How To Tell If Jerky Is Done Dehydrating

Beef Jerky Bouquet

Try fluffy rounds of mild cheese, which come in wax packaging. Score pizza slicks on the wax with a craft knife to make little circles. Remove one side of each cheese slice and score flower petal shapes on the wax using a craft knife. By peeling back the wax wrappers one by one, you will be able to create flower petals. To make stems, use wooden skewers to skewer long sticks of beef jerky. Remove flat pieces of jerky from round pieces of jerky. Use the beef jerky leaves mold to the stems using toothpicks, then attach a cheese flower head to each stem. Cut a slice off the bottom of a loaf of bread so it stands erect, then hollow it out for a vase. Place the meat and cheese flowers in the bread vase.

Also Read: How To Keep Beef Jerky Soft

What You Will Require:

  • Beef jerky: both flat and stick pieces
  • Craft knife
  • Wooden skewers
  • Cheese rounds in wax
  • Loaf of hard bread
  • Toothpicks
  • Bread knife

Meat Bouquet

Remove the loose leaves from a head of green cabbage and cut them in half lengthwise. Place the cabbage head on a serving plate as the foundation for the bouquet. Cut a cucumber into long, thin strips or sticks (for the stems). To use as a ribbon or thread to wrap it around the stem of the bouquet, peel off a small strip of cucumber skin. The stems should be placed on the platter below the cabbage.

Also Read: How To Eat Shredded Beef Jerky

To create meat roses, use a piece of thicker-cut deli or salami meat to form a cone. Then repeat twice more to build up a layered and rolled rose by rolling the cone up again with another layer of meat. Sticking 1 toothpick between the layers helps keep them together, then push a toothpick vertically through the rose to give it an exit from the bottom. Attach the meat rose to the cabbage head with a bottom toothpick. Using the same technique, make additional roses with more provolone, meat, cheese, and lettuce and add them to the cabbage.

Cut an “x” into the crown of a grape tomato for a beautiful finish. Create a tulip-like opening on the end of the tomato by carefully peeling it and opening it. Stick a toothpick through the hole in the tomato and cabbage, then fasten them together with the toothpick. Repeat with additional grape tomatoes if desired.

What You Will Need:

  • Serving platter
  • Grape tomatoes
  • Cucumber
  • Lettuce
  • Green cabbage
  • Deli cheese (sliced)
  • Deli meats (cut in half)
  • Toothpicks

Liquor Bottle Bouquet

Try using a hot glue gun to connect tiny liquor bottles to straw paper, then allow them to dry completely. To give the bottom of the base some weight, fill it with water first (start with a cocktail shaker). Place the shaker top with holes on top of the base. Wooden skewers should be inserted into each hole, along with some mint leaves as a garnish. Place the paper straws over the skewers with vodka bottles. To the bouquet, add limes on sticks or a comparable accessory.

What You Will Need:

  • Cocktail shaker
  • Mint sprigs
  • Limes
  • Wooden skewers
  • Paper straws
  • Hot glue gun
  • Mini liquor bottles


Make A Jerky Flower Bouquet – Using Tissue Paper!

It is time to get out the gift tissue paper. Tissue paper adds a lot of charm and personality to the bouquet. Because I was making my husband a beef jerky bouquet with blue plaid, I went with a blue plaid for mine.

I made this tissue using a dollar store find; if you are going for the plaid and can not find it at your local dollar store, check out Amazon’s product selection. I adore how the paper prints may be mixed and matched to suit the occasion. If you are making a birthday bouquet out of beef jerky, utilize ice-blue birthday tissue, etc.

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