Raspberry Rose Chia Milk

Raspberry Rose Chia Milk, fresh fruit, creamy milk and fragrant rose syrup make up this beautifully refreshing summer treat. Its’ creamy, gorgeous pink color makes it perfect to serve at any occasion.

Raspberry Rose Chia Milk

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Rose Milk, Sharbat is one summer drink that is not only beautiful but beneficial. Chia seeds and rose syrup help cool the body naturally. There is nothing like the sweet fragrant refresher on a hot sultry day. The truth is however, we love rooh afza so much that we have it with milk and water throughout the year.  Whether it’s sunny and bright outside or windy and cold, this drink brings upon a nostalgia that can’t be beat.

Raspberry Rose Chia Milk

As a kid it was easy enough to serve this drink to me without me caring what was inside purely because of its gorgeous color. Now all of these ingredients stay stocked in my home, ready for the moment I crave this drink.

I use beautiful, fragrant rose petals from Rose Dose.

Rose Milk

At little story about this Raspberry Rose Custard:

I make a version of this drink for one of my good friends who has now become like a sister to me. Quite often on Friday nights she will call me up saying she’s coming over for a movie night. It’s almost as if it’s instinct now that I’ll put down the phone, take out the chia seeds and soak them until her arrival. A few minutes after her walking through the door and my daughter attacking her with hugs she will slip into my kitchen and under her breath ask “Acha Nish, woh rooh afza wala dhoodh bana na” / “Ok Nisha, make that rooh afza milk will you?”. We both laugh because she knows me all too well and knows that I have her favorite drink waiting for her.

Raspberry Rose Chia Milk

Traditional rose milk is simply cold milk sweetened with rose syrup or rooh afza. I love the addition of a fresh fruit in this Raspberry Rose Chia Milk as it gives it a perfect summer vibe. If you don’t have raspberries you could alternatively use strawberries. 

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How to make Raspberry Rose Chia Milk How to make Raspberry Rose Chia Milk

Chia seeds can be soaked ahead of time and kept in the fridge for at least 2-3 days: This can be one of those recipes perfect for entertaining when you are trying to prepare drink for a large crowd. It will only take you a few mins to make a big batch of this beautiful raspberry rose chia milk.

How to make Raspberry Rose Chia Milk

Raspberry Rose Chia Milk
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Fresh fruit, creamy milk and fragrant rose syrup make up this beautifully refreshing summer treat
Recipe type: Drinks
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 2
  • 2 teaspoons chia seeds
  • 2 cup milk; use milk of choice, I used whole
  • ½ cup raspberries
  • 3 tablespoons Rooh Afza
  • ⅓ cup water
  • cardamom whipped cream, for topping (optional)
  1. Cover chia seeds in water, and let them soak an hour. In the meantime, mash the raspberries.
  2. In each glass, mix 1½ tablespoon of rooh afza with 1 cup milk and 3 tablespoon mashed raspberries.
  3. Then add 3 tablespoon (or more, depending on your preference) of the soaked chia seeds (they would have expanded by now).
  4. Serve as is or with a dollop of cardamom whipped cream (optional)
Use milk of choice: pea milk, nut milks, oat milk, etc.

This can be made ahead of time just mix in the raspberries before serving.


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2 thoughts on “Raspberry Rose Chia Milk

  1. Would you mind sharing where those fantastic glasses are from? I just found this from Rose Dose and cannot wait to explore all of your insights and perspectives! Made a new follower 🙂

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