AuthorLeah St John, CHN
RatingDifficultyBeginner

If you're feeling like having something a little different to drink, this pretty pink Strawberry Rose Latte is a tasty treat!

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Yields1 Serving
Prep Time10 minsTotal Time10 mins

 1 tbsp dried rose petalsedible, or less to taste
 ¼ cup hot water
 1 cup ice cubes
 ½ cup frozen strawberries
 ¾ cup unsweetened plain oat milk
 ½ tsp maple syrupor to taste, optional
 ¼ tsp vanilla extract

1

Put the rose petals in a tea strainer in a small mug, and pour the hot water on top. Let them brew for 5 minutes, and remove the strainer.

2

Add the rose water, milk, strawberries, maple syrup, and vanilla to a blender and blend until smooth.

3

Add the ice to a glass or jar, and pour the milk overtop. Add your favorite bamboo or stainless steel straw and enjoy!

Notes
4

If you don't want to use oat milk, use a different plant-based milk of choice such as almond, cashew, or hemp.

5

You could make this into a frappe by blending some ice with the rest of the ingredients.

Ingredients

 1 tbsp dried rose petalsedible, or less to taste
 ¼ cup hot water
 1 cup ice cubes
 ½ cup frozen strawberries
 ¾ cup unsweetened plain oat milk
 ½ tsp maple syrupor to taste, optional
 ¼ tsp vanilla extract

Directions

1

Put the rose petals in a tea strainer in a small mug, and pour the hot water on top. Let them brew for 5 minutes, and remove the strainer.

2

Add the rose water, milk, strawberries, maple syrup, and vanilla to a blender and blend until smooth.

3

Add the ice to a glass or jar, and pour the milk overtop. Add your favorite bamboo or stainless steel straw and enjoy!

Notes
4

If you don't want to use oat milk, use a different plant-based milk of choice such as almond, cashew, or hemp.

5

You could make this into a frappe by blending some ice with the rest of the ingredients.

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