Pistachio Rose Latte

This latte recipe was inspired by a lovely night out with a friend in Toronto. We visited a restaurant that featured Pistachio Rose Mylk on the menu, and I have been itching to re-create it ever since. Pistachios are expensive, and while they do add a lovely flavour to the milk you could also use plain almond milk. I've added a few variations below, using rooibos tea and dandy blend for a variation on the base recipe. That being said, it is lovely on its own. Enjoy! Pistachio Rose Latte Ingredients ½ cup almonds ½ cup pistachios 4 dates, pitted and soaked in 1 cup boiling water 3 cups filtered water ½ tsp ground cardamom ½ tsp rosewater Pinch Himalayan salt Directions Soak almonds and pistachios overnight or pour boiling water over nuts and let soak for at least 30 minutes. While nuts are soaking, pour 1 cup hot water…

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Rose, Rhubarb and Strawberry Compote

This spring I find myself gravitating to all things rose. When it comes to baking and beverages, I use rosewater. As a word to the wise, it's very potent and I have found that a little bit goes a long way; I don't know about you, but I am not a fan of feeling like I am eating perfume! Rosewater is a lovely addition to homemade lemonade, if I am making a big pitcher I usually add about 1 tsp of rosewater or orange blossom water to jazz it up a bit. This compote makes excellent use of fresh spring produce, like rhubarb and strawberries, but you can mix the fruit around, to fit the season you are in. I haven't tried it yet, but I suspect a blueberry maple version of this recipe would be lovely, with orange blossom water, instead of rosewater. I found my rosewater in a…

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