Raspberry Banana Smoothie with Coconut Milk and Rosewater

Raspberry Banana Smoothie with Coconut Milk and Rosewater // wishfulchef.comThe past few days have been brutally hot here in New York and when it gets this way, my appetite isn’t quite the same. I usually like a big hearty breakfast, but now with the hot weather I just want to have refreshing drinks. So for breakfast today I made a blend of raspberries, bananas and coconut milk with a hint of rosewater. It’s delicious and light, yet enough to fill you up!


Raspberry Banana Smoothie with Coconut Milk and Rosewater // wishfulchef.com

Raspberry Banana Smoothie with Coconut Milk and Rosewater // wishfulchef.com

Blend all ingredients together until smooth and creamy.

Raspberry Banana Smoothie with Coconut Milk and Rosewater // wishfulchef.com

Raspberry Banana Smoothie with Coconut Milk and Rosewater // wishfulchef.com

Raspberry Banana Smoothie with Coconut Milk and Rosewater

  • 1 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1 frozen banana
  • 6 ounces coconut milk
  • 1 teaspoon agave nectar or honey
  • 1/2 teaspoon rosewater
  • 1/2 cup ice

    In a blender, add all of the ingredients. Blend on the highest speed until smooth and creamy. Add more ice or water for desired consistency.


    Total time: 10 minutes

    Yield: 3-4 cups
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    Raspberry Banana Smoothie with Coconut Milk and Rosewater // wishfulchef.com

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    5 Responses to “Raspberry Banana Smoothie with Coconut Milk and Rosewater”

    1. LP @dishclips June 25, 2012 at 7:55 pm #

      Very interesting to add rosewater to the mix. Thanks for sharing!

    2. Sal July 2, 2012 at 3:42 pm #

      Hi! I love this recipe and I want to make it at home, but I have a little problem: I’m spanish and I don’t know if the “rosewater” is actually cosmetic rosewater, some specific for-cooking rosewater or the so-called (in spanish) “agua de azahar”, also used for cooking. I tried googling but it wasn’t very clear.
      Thank you!

      • Barb July 2, 2012 at 10:21 pm #

        Hi Sal, thanks for the comment! I’m not too familiar with the rosewater you’re referring, I get mine at the specialty grocery store. I think the Spanish version you’d be looking for is “Agua de Rosa”. Good luck finding it and let me know how it turns out.

        • Sal July 10, 2012 at 6:17 pm #

          Thank you for the quick response!I was looking, in fact, for “agua de rosas”, only that the cooking variety of rosewater is pretty much unknown and impossible to get phisically here in Spain. After a muddling search and pestering in a pair of shops xD, I could confirm that the thing existed and got a pair of bottles on an internet shop.
          Oh, and I also found the English name of the “agua de azahar” I mentioned is orange flower water. And has nothing to do with actual rosewater ^_^” I was just confused.

          Thanks for all! You have an really useful and amazing website ;)

          • Barb July 10, 2012 at 9:26 pm #

            Thank you so much for the nice words about my site! :)

            And glad you were able to solve this problem. Definitely let me know what you end up making with the rose water. One of my favorite uses besides the smoothie above is actually Persian ice cream with saffron and pistachios. You can use store bought vanilla ice cream and mix in rose water and crushed pistachios. I might put up a recipe soon :)

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