Elevate your bedtime routine with this Pink Moon Milk fit for a princess. Made with vanilla almondmilk, beetroot, turmeric, agave, dried rose hips, and edible gold.

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Occasionally when I was little and wanted to wind down for the night, my mom would make me warm milk and honey.

Elevate your bedtime routine with this Pink Moon Milk fit for a princess. Made with vanilla almondmilk, beetroot, turmeric, agave, dried rose hips, and edible gold.

It was so simple, but so perfect; the lightly warmed milk coating my throat while floral honey emanated from my little mug. Then I’d drift off into a peaceful sleep and wake up happy as a baby clam the next morning. End scene. 

Fast forward to a few months ago. I began to see all these recipes for “moon milk” popping up around the blogosphere. Mooooon miiiilk? I thought? What could this heavenly concoction be?

Elevate your bedtime routine with this Pink Moon Milk fit for a princess. Made with vanilla almondmilk, beetroot, turmeric, agave, dried rose hips, and edible gold.

Turns out, it’s just like my (and so many others’) mom’s warm milk and honey. Only with additional tinctures that soothe your stomach and calm you into slumber.

Because I love to go casual yet glam with my food, I decided to top this Pink Moon Milk with dried rose petals and edible gold. Because…. I mean why the heck not?

Elevate your bedtime routine with this Pink Moon Milk fit for a princess. Made with vanilla almondmilk, beetroot, turmeric, agave, dried rose hips, and edible gold.

I used Almond Breeze almondmilk Vanilla as a base to this Pink Moon Milk. It gives it this lovely vanilla flavor, and is super easy on the stomach. It has a slight sweetness to it, so in the recipe I advise additional agave to taste. You might need a little more sweetness, but you might not. Up to you 🙂

Elevate your bedtime routine with this Pink Moon Milk fit for a princess. Made with vanilla almondmilk, beetroot, turmeric, agave, dried rose hips, and edible gold.

Love and brownies!
-Sarah

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Pink Moon Milk

Elevate your bedtime routine with this Pink Moon Milk fit for a princess. Made with vanilla almondmilk, beetroot, turmeric, agave, dried rose hips, and edible gold.

Elevate your bedtime routine with Pink Moon Milk fit for a princess. Made with vanilla almond milk, beetroot, turmeric, dried rose hips, and edible gold

  • Author: Sarah | Broma Bakery
  • Prep Time: 2 minutes
  • Cook Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 7 minutes
  • Yield: 2 servings 1x
  • Category: drinks
  • Method: stovetop
  • Cuisine: tea
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Ingredients

  • 2 cups Almond Breeze almondmilk Vanilla
  • 2 teaspoons beetroot powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil
  • tiny pinch cinnamon
  • 12 teaspoons agave (to taste)

Instructions

  1. In a small saucepan over low heat, combine all ingredients. Whisk slowly, until almond milk reaches a temperature of 140°F (just below scalding).
  2. Pour into your favorite mug, top with dried rose petals and edible gold, then curl up in your PJs and sip your moon milk as you wind down from your day 🙂

Keywords: soothing, bed time, sleepy, beet, healthy, delicious, easy, quick

15 comments

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Susan
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Beautiful, nutritional, easy and soothing. What a nice way to relax!

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thalia
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obsessed with all these delicious moon milks/potions/tonics floating around at the moment! the edible gold is just so extra and i’m totally here for it too. beautiful, Sarah X

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Leigh Ann
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What a beautiful color! Looks delicious!

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Mary Ann | The Beach House Kitchen
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What a delicious concoction is right Sarah! Such a pretty color!

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Natasha @ Salt & Lavender
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Now I finally get what moon milk is. I’ve seen it on Instagram too, but never actually figured out what it was. Makes perfect sense. I love how you used almond milk in here… regular milk would kill my tummy and defeat the purpose of this heavenly concoction.

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Tieghan Gerard
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This looks so delicious and healthy!

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Jennifer
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SO intrigued by this!!!

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Jennifer Farley
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Gorgeous! It looks so soothing!

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Gina @Running to the Kitchen
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This is SO pretty! Love the color!

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Lindsay Cotter
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What a heavenly way to wind down from a busy day! Love the dried rose petals and edible gold! It’s the perfect finish!

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Matt Robinson
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How have I never heard of this?? Can’t wait to make this.

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Jeanette
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This looks so delicious and love the color 🙂

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Kathy
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What is the purpose of adding beet powder? Is it just for color or is there a health benefit?

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Sofi | Broma Bakery
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Great question! The answer is both. It’s a plus that has a beautiful color, but beet root powder also is known to improve heart health, increase exercise endurance, and is packed with potassium and other vitamins and minerals. A win win for us 🙂

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Laura
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I drink Golden milk tea on a regular. I love beetroot so this looks great to me. Just a little fyi for anyone who may not know, should always use a pinch of black pepper anytime you use turneric to maximize it’s absorbency into the body.

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