To Brew / Rose Almond Milk


       Hi there! With spring beginning yesterday (can I get an amen?!), I thought it apt to share a new take on my basic ol' almond milk. I use almond milk every day in smoothies and in my coffee - but it can get a little dull every now and then to be so monotonous. That being said, I set out to create a fresh flavor with almond milk by making the additions of a little rose water, vanilla, and honey! It's simple, obviously floral, and slightly sweet - just what I needed to switch things up. Get the full recipe below!



- 1 cup of almond milk

- 1 tsp. of rose water

- 1 tsp. of vanilla

- 1 tsp. of honey



1. Heat your almond milk either on the stove until steaming or in the microwave for a minute and a half. 


2. Whisk in your rose water, vanilla, and honey. 


3. Serve warm on it's own (it was delicious!) or use in your coffee/smoothies!

     Thanks for reading, and have a fun Wednesday!

To Drink / Rosewater Sparkling Lemonade


     Good morning! A few weeks back, I got to try out Fentiman's Rose Lemonade for the first time in Springfield, MO, and it was so good that I had to recreate it. Since I made this, I've been drinking it non-stop (which is ok, because I don't add any sweetener to my lemonade; to me it just doesn't need it)! Bailey has tried it, but she doesn't like sparkling water yet, so I only get grimaces of course. However, for those of you that like bubbles, lemonade, and rosewater anything, this recipe is right up your alley! Get the how-to below!


- 3 cups of cold water

- 1 can of lime or lemon La Croix

- 2 lemons to juice

- 2 tsp. of rosewater


1. Juice your lemons!

2. Add your water to a pitcher with ice, then pour in your La Croix, lemon juice, and rose water.

3. Stir and enjoy (preferably in a mason jar glass)! :)

To Make / Rosewater Strawberry Waffles


      Hi there! I've recently become obsessed with rosewater, and had been wanting to incorporate it into food ever since. It's the perfect compliment to anything sweet, so when I stumbled upon this recipe on Pinterest, it seemed like an excellent opportunity to try it out! Get the recipe below!


- 1/2 cup of AP flour

- 1/2 tsp. of baking soda

- 1/2 tsp. of baking powder

- 1/4 tsp. of salt

- 2 eggs

- 2 tbs. of honey

- 3 tbs. of greek yogurt

- 1/4 tsp. of vanilla

- 1/2 tsp. of rosewater

- 1/2 cup of strawberries


1. Whisk together flour, baking powder, baking soda, and salt in a mixing bowl. Add in your greek yogurt, vanilla, honey, rosewater, and eggs. Lastly, fold in your strawberries.

2. Pour your batter into your greased waffle iron, and cook for about 4 minutes, then flip and cook for another four minutes. Top with greek yogurt (pictured here) or whatever you like, and enjoy!

For Design / Rosewater


     Good morning! For this months design appreciation, I looked to a pretty bottle of rosewater that I had acquired for a waffle recipe (coming soon!). It's apothecary inspired packaging is so inspiring!  

       The amber glass bottle, combined with the deco fonts, gives off the look of the Great Gatsby era. 

       Also, I must say that the pink color way is spot on for rosewater. I have a thing for themed packaging!  

     Thanks for reading, and have an awesome weekend!