Rose Tea Latte (Caffeine Free, Dairy Free)

1 people
15 min

Fragrant, floral and light. This Rose Latte using oat milk is dairy free, refined sugar free, and delicious! Perfect for bedtime, this latte recipe is also caffeine free.

  • Dried Rose Petals - Rose has a delicious light and floral taste. Use dried rose petals to make this rose tea. Typically dried rose petals are loose leaf. I use Firepot Organic Pink Rose Buds and Petals. You could also use hibiscus rose tea bags or rose tea bags (they’re harder to find).
  • Water
  • Oat Milk - See below for notes on cleanest oat milk brands and how to choose.
  • Sweetener - Use maple syrup, honey or coconut sugar.

STEP ONE: Steep the dried rose petals in boiling water for about five minutes.

STEP TWO: While the rose petals steep in the boiling water, heat oat milk on a small sauce pot on the stove.

STEP THREE: Either froth with a whisk on the stove, or remove oat milk from the pot and froth using a handheld or electrical frother.

STEP FOUR: Strain the rose tea into a mug and pour the frothed warm milk over the tea.

STEP FIVE: Sprinkle with extra dried rose petals.

Rose Tea Latte (Caffeine Free, Dairy Free)
Recipe details
  • 1  people
  • Prep time: 10 Minutes Cook time: 5 Minutes Total time: 15 min
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  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1 teaspoon rose petals
  • 1 cup oat milk
  • 1 teaspoon maple syrup

Bring ½ Cup of water to a boil in a tea kettle or pot.
Pour the boiled water into a measuring cup or bowl with a lip. Add the dried rose petals. Let steep for 5-minutes.
While the rose petals steep, warm the oat milk and maple syrup on simmer. Simmer until warm enough to your liking.
Froth the hot oat milk and syrup mixture with an electric frother or by whisking.
Strain the steeped rose water into your mug. Top with frothed oat milk.
Sprinkle with dried rose petals. (optional)
  • Steep 2 teaspoons of rose petals per 1 cup of boiling water. Steep for 4-5 minutes.
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  • Jo Ann Puri Jo Ann Puri on May 23, 2022

    Where might I find rose buds/petals for sale? I live in over 55 housing and don't have a place to grow roses anymore.