Rose Hips Oats | Traditional Medicinals


We make porridge oats many mornings, but this one was inspired by Traditional Medicinals Rose Hips with Hibiscus Tea. We all began the morning with a bowl of warm oats sprinkled with fresh rose hips, sprinkled with a dash of brown sugar, almond milk, and a bouquet of blooms beside it all. It made for a most magical start to the day, especially paired with Traditional Medicinals Rose Hips Tea that both girls drank up. We don't do much juice around here, so tea is always a special treat that they look forward to. Rose Hips are the fruit of the rose plant. They ripen in late summer and into the fall. Hibiscus is an edible flower and is beyond bursting with flavor and I imagine this tea will transition nicely into a bulk offering from the fridge this summer, chilled and over ice with honey. I've been an actual fan girl of this tea company for many years - their commitment to quality and sustainability is what sets them apart from just any tea bag in a box. Truly. Here’s a simple recipe inspired by their Rose Hips and Hibiscus tea! Serve warm in the winter or make in bulk for the summer with warmed honey and offered over ice in place of juice. 

Rose Hips Oats: 

4 cups water or milk
2 cups whole rolled oats 
1 Tablespoon Rose Hips 
1/4 Teaspoon Cinnamon
2 Tablespoons Maple Syrup
Dash of Organic Brown Sugar 
Side of Blooms 

Heat up the water or milk just to a boil then add in oats and rose hips. Simmer for three minutes. Blend in cinnamon. Sprinkle on top with raw oats for added texture. Serve warm with drizzled maple syrup, a dash of brown sugar, a side of blooms and a big glass of Traditional Medicinals Rose Hips and Hibiscus Tea! 

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