This Strawberry Rose Milkshake is a delicious summer shake. Made with fresh strawberries and rose jam (or syrup), this is a refreshing and luscious treat!Jump to Recipe
Hello everyone. How are you doing? Enjoying this summer? Or mostly surviving? If you ask me, it’s the second option. It’s been another heat wave for the last four days here in Nova Scotia, and it’s not over yet. They predict is gets better next Tuesday. For one day only, though. And then? Another heat wave!
It is not surprising that I am not going to share any complex recipes for a while. Because even writing a post with a recipe which requires staying longer than 10 minutes in the kitchen, sounds torturous now!
Refreshing Summer Drinks
This heat needs something super refreshing. And there are many refreshing drinks on my blog! Normally, I would not recommend alcoholic beverages during the heat because the weather is already too harsh on your body. But something lighter like a mojito would be a good option. So you can choose something suitable from the list below.
Strawberry Rose Milkshake
This Strawberry Rose Milkshake is super easy to make! You will need only few ingredients such as ice cream (vanilla or strawberry), milk, fresh strawberries, and rose petal jam or rose syrup. Don’t have either jam or syrup? You can use rose water instead. The flavour will be slightly different but still great. Vanilla extract is optional, but I would highly recommend it.
I hope you like this Strawberry Rose Milkshake, and you will try it next season! If you make it, let me know in this post or send me an Instagram message or share you photos adding the hashtag #havocinthekitchen.
Strawberry Rose MilkshakeCourse: Drinks, Dessert
This Strawberry Rose Milkshake is a delicious summer shake. Made with fresh strawberries and rose jam (or syrup), this is a refreshing and luscious treat!
- In a mixer, place the strawberries, rose jam or syrup, ice cream, and milk. Blend until smooth. Try and adjust the flavour and consistency if desired (By adding more milk to thin it up, ice cream to thicken it up or even rose water for the added aroma.) Pour into glasses and garnish as desired (My suggestion is an extra spoon of jam). Serve immediately. Enjoy!
- If you don’t have rose petal jam or syrup, you can use some rose water instead. Start with about 1/4 tsp., try, and add more if desired.
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