This strawberry rosewater smoothie is delicious and so easy, it is worth a try. The smoothie is also vegan friendly and gluten-free. Win-win, right?
It’s safe to say that once the weather warms up, it is time to start thinking about making smoothies—and for good reason. Smoothies are super simple, quick and delicious. This Strawberry Rosewater smoothie recipe, in particular is one of our favorites.
So, if you want to incorporate rosewater into your smoothies, this is the perfect smoothie recipe for you.
Strawberry Rosewater Smoothie
First, you will want to try and find a really good Rosewater brand that is made specifically for food. I prefer this brand. Rosewater contains anti-inflammatory properties and is naturally flavorful—it never occurred to me to add rosewater to my smoothies. Why? Because I’ve only ever used it in desserts like baklava and marzipan—and that’s about it.
But now, I have been adding rosewater to most of my smoothies. Turns out, it’s delicious. And, a great option to add into almost any smoothie for a more sweeter option than sugar.
The crazy thing is, if you were none the wiser, you could totally believe that the strawberry rosewater smoothie practically tastes like roses. Edible roses, of course. And, who doesn’t love roses?
A little rosewater is the key to the strawberry rosewater smoothie. Too much, and it’ll be too overpowering.
We will be adding more rosewater based variations on this space very soon. So, keep an eye out!
Read on for how-to make the delicious Strawberry Rosewater Smoothie. Don’t forget to share your version with us on Instagram: @FranklyRetro and hashtag: #FranklyRetro
How to Make Strawberry Rosewater Smoothie
The ingredients in this smoothie are super simple—no speciality ingredients needed.
What you’ll need:
A blender. I use this one.
1 cup Strawberries (preferably frozen or chilled)
1 ½ tablespoon Rosewater
1 cup Almond Milk
Combine the strawberries and rosewater in a blender and blend. Voila!