Nothing is more refreshing than a nice cold glass of lemonade as the days begin to get even hotter (bay area is reaching mid 80’s this week!).
But, sometimes the average lemons + water +sugar just doesn’t cut it so I was so excited when Lauren Conrad provided two new twists on the this classic beverage.
She recommended infusing your lemonade with roses or lavender.
Rose infused anything is like the new “it” flavor. I have had rose flavored macarons, ice cream, tea, lollipops and facial products! Everyone is incorporating it with anything and everything and I am totally on board. It seems to make any product a little bit more posh and unique. And not only is it trendy but there are proven health benefits to applying and consuming rose water! Rose infused lemonade is not only good for the soul but for your skin, hair, eyes, healing, etc.
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 cup water
- 1 cup fresh lemon juice
- 4 cups cold water
- 1 tablespoon rose water
- lemon slices for garnish
- rose petals
- ice cube tray
- Boil enough water to fill an ice cube tray, let cool, then fill tray half way. Freeze. Once frozen, place rose petals in each cube and fill to the top with water. Freeze until all cubes are completely frozen.
- Heat sugar and water on stove to dissolve sugar. Put sugar syrup mixture in the fridge and let cool for 2-3 hours.
- Juice lemons. Place lemon juice in a pitcher with sugar syrup, water, and rose water.
- Stir mixture and pour into glasses. Serve with rose petal ice cubes.
Check out here to learn how to make your own rosewater or buy it here.
What are your favorite ways to use rosewater?