Rosemary Hot White Chocolate, Milkshake and a Giveaway

January 14th, 2014


This winter has already tested many of us with unusually low temperatures and snow blizzards. We’ve definitely had our share, dealing with very delayed flights and freezing temperatures (NYC the other week anyone?) Even back home in sunny Florida, there are plenty of chilly days when I crave rich and warming drinks, especially hot chocolate. I like to prepare it with nourishing ingredients, and this time I wanted to experiment with making it white.


I liked the results so much that I decided to make a cold milkshake version. Quite honestly, I can’t pick which one I prefer more, both are exactly what I want to be drinking right now.



If you’ve been visiting Golubka for a while, you might have noticed how much we love to infuse our sweets with fresh herbs and spices. Rosemary is one of the herbs that I probably utilize more in desserts than savory dishes. A word of warning – you have to love rosemary to enjoy these drinks. Since we photographed and prepared this post, I’ve spotted a couple of more amazing-looking rosemary infused drinks around, here and here.


Today we also have a giveaway that I’m very excited about, a new product from our friend Elena Bensonoff of Wholistic. A while back, we did a giveaway of her Rose Mist, and now she is giving away a Wholistic Chakra System set – a beautiful collection of seven carefully selected blends of the purest crystal infused essential oils.


The oils within the boxed set are arranged according to the chakra system. In short, its purpose is to bring balance and help improve energy flow for emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing through aromatherapy. Each blend is accompanied by a colour coded card, which indicates the corresponding yoga pose and sound to practice while applying the oils. You can also find an affirmation, description of the location of the chakra and related organs, as well as the specific juice recipe that can enhance the balancing property of each blend. The bottles have roll-on applicators for convenience and you can find the detailed instructions about proper use of the system in the box. The experience of using the system is very zen and personally speaking, we’ve had some great results dealing with my husband’s occasional sleeping difficulties with this system. I always keep the box close by for meditation breaks or for use before bedtime. To enter the giveaway, leave a comment here by  January 27th 6 p.m. EST. The winner will be chosen at random.
Update: Thank you everyone for participating in the giveaway, it has now been closed and the winner has been emailed. 


Rosemary Hot White Chocolate

2 cups unsweetened almond milk
1 tablespoon green tea leaves
2-3 sprigs rosemary – lightly bruised with the back of a chef’s knife
1 vanilla bean – seeds scraped out
1/2 cup raw cacao butter – shredded
2 tablespoons maca powder (optional, but great here)
1 cup cashews – soaked in water for 4 hours
4 soft dates – pits removed and chopped
ground cinnamon and/or nutmeg, or cocoa powder for sprinkling on top – optional

1. Place almond milk, green tea leaves (use a small mesh ball or strainer for the tea leaves), rosemary, vanilla seeds and bean into a saucepan and bring to a boil. Remove from heat, cover and let infuse for 30 minutes. Remove the mesh ball/strainer in 10 minutes.
2. Gently melt the cacao butter on a double-boiler, making not to overheat it to keep all the good stuff intact. Add in the maca powder and mix thoroughly to incorporate.
3. Strain the almond milk mixture and pour into a high-speed blender. Drain and rinse the cashews, add them to a blender along with dates and blend everything until very smooth.
4. Slowly pour the milky mixture into the melted cocoa butter, whisking constantly until completely blended. Gently warm more, if desired, on a double-boiler, but don’t overheat. Pour into cups, sprinkle with cinnamon, nutmeg or cocoa powder and enjoy.

Rosemary Green Tea Milkshake

1 1/3 cup (300 g) full fat coconut milk
2 rosemary sprigs – lightly bruised with the back of a chef’s knife
1 tablespoon green tea leaves
1/2 vanilla bean – seeds scraped out
3/4 cup cashews – soaked in water for 4 hours
1 cup purified water, plus more for soaking the cashews
2-3 soft dates – pitted and chopped
about 6 ice-cubes, more if needed

1. Place coconut milk, green tea leaves (use a small mesh ball or strainer for the tea leaves), rosemary, vanilla seeds and bean into a saucepan and bring to a boil. Remove from heat, cover and let infuse for 30 minutes. Remove the mesh ball/strainer in 10 minutes. Strain the milk and let cool completely in the refrigerator.
2. Drain and rinse the cashews, add them to a high-speed blender along with water and dates. Blend until very smooth.
3. Add the chilled infused coconut milk and ice and blend for about 30 seconds into a creamy, foamy milkshake. Add your favorite vanilla ice-cream for a thicker, more indulgent shake if you wish.

Tags: dessert, drink, giveaway, hot chocolate, milkshake, recipe, rosemary

  • Chelsea says:

    Oh my! How am I supposed to decide which one of these to make first? They both look so good! I love rosemary infused anything!
    Also, those oils look awesome!

  • Michelle Marriott says:

    I cannot wait to make this yummy treat!! Your blog is my all time favorite. Thank you for all the beauty!! I would love to win the chakra set!! Looks amazing!!

  • Liliana says:

    I am always stunned at how beautiful your creations are! Love the giveaway, too!

  • Melody Sage says:

    I have been loving rosemary tea lately, and your rosemary green tea milkshake sounds divine!

  • Oh my goodness, this looks so good! I never would have thought to combine all of these ingredients but it just sounds and looks so delicious!

    And the essential oils looks pretty neat .. I’ve been looking for a set to use based on my needs each day, so this would be so fitting :)

  • Rebecca says:

    This looks amazing. I never would have thought to put rosemary in hot chocolate, white or not. I’m going to make this tomorrow. Thanks!

  • Agnese says:

    Rosemary infused drinks sound amazing..i love rosemary and I think it could work well in desserts too.
    Love your website and amazing looking and tasting :) recipes! Agnese

  • Aija says:

    Your pictures are allways so tantalising…

  • Courtney says:

    Your creativity and the beautiful way you present your creations never fails to inspire me. Thankyou for showing us your talent. That chakra set looks pretty amazing too, thanks for the chance to win :)

  • Sidonie says:

    I have always stayed away from white chocolate but this post makes me want to try it immediately. Rosemary is one of my favourite herbs.
    The Wholistic brand and philosophy is beautiful, I loveee their design!!

  • Betty Campbell says:

    rosemary white chocolate

  • Michele says:

    I cannot wait to try this recipe. It’s my 2 favorite things coming together as one. Thank you for the giveaway too. I hope I win. Those oils look amazing!

  • Alisha says:

    I cannot wait to try this one. Savannah loves white chocolate, so it will be a nice surprise for her.

  • Becky says:

    Rosemary, hmmmm…I’ll give that a try in sweet dishes. I love raw chocolate; the combo sounds interesting! Thanks for the recipe!

  • Ellie says:

    Oh my goodness, it’s so cold here, that hot chocolate looks like the ultimate comfort. I can’t tell you how much I love the photographs in this blog; they’re stunning. I really want to improve my food photography and I feel the best way to do that is to look at other people’s for inspiration…maybe that’s just an excuse to spend a lot of time on this blog…

  • Jenifer says:

    Wow, both of these look so good! I can just imagine the aroma of the chocolate and rosemary together. I can’t wait to try this. The oils also look amazing! I am a firm believer in what essential oils can do!

  • Vanessa Man says:

    Rosemary in chocolate? Sounds extremely interesting. We are having cold weather today so I might try it. Thanks for introducing us to such an unusual combination.

  • Julia says:

    Oh my! I’m always looking for excuses to use rosemary. Yum. The colors of the chakra set are gorgeous as well.

  • That white chocolate looks heavenly. I love savory herbs in sweet applications. The chakra system cards remind me of a deck of Goddess Cards that I have. I’ve love to add them to my collection!

  • Brianne says:

    I love rosemary. I’m proud to say that I’ve kept a rosemary plant alive for 2 1/2 years. As a notorious plant killer, this is nothing short of epic. I love chocolate. This winter has definitely been strangely cold. Therefore I know I would love, LOVE your hot chocolate recipe. (I also love those nails!)

  • Marie says:

    This drink looks amazing. I’m definitely going to try it.

  • Shari says:

    I love all the great recipes that you create and I can’t wait to try this one. Thank you for the giveaway :)

  • Megan says:

    So gorgeous! I will have to try your version, and thanks for the link back :)

  • Kitty says:

    I love rosemary! Never thought to put it in a drink! Fabulous! The Oils and Cards are a very nice give away! Thank you!

  • Holly says:

    I have never used raw cacao butter, so I will love experimenting with your recipes. This year I am going to try yoga with my son to give us a better feeling of well-being, so those essential oils would be a perfect addition to our household. We are in need of more tranquility and balance after a very stressful year.

  • cheri says:

    This sounds so yummy.

  • Jane Macdonald says:

    Your recipes and photos feed my body, mind and spirit on so many different levels…offering beauty, health and inspiration. The chakra set looks amazing and to receive it would be a huge blessing…

  • Allyson Reddy says:

    Mmmmm, rosemary in anything is delicious! I need to look for an occasion to indulge in this treat!
    (Also: I LOVE essential oils!)

  • Heather says:

    Loving everything about this post from the photos, to the oh-so-creative recipes, to that nail pattern in the first photo! Thanks for sharing your talents with the world, and the generous giveaway!

  • Beth Geiger says:

    I’ve read a lot about aromatherapy, but haven’t yet indulged in any practice. This Chakra System seems like the perfect start. Thanks for offering it in a giveaway!!

  • Cee says:

    What an amazing combination. I love all the lore surrounding rosemary, like the tradition of planting it after one’s wedding. This looks like a fantastic combination. Thanks for this giveaway!

  • Nicole P says:

    Those oils sound lovely, I would love that box set. And somehow I have all the ingredients to make this hot chocolate, yes!

  • Clara says:

    Mmm I can’t wait until your book comes out!! Hurry!
    I’ll definitely be trying this concoctions the next weekend.

  • Stacy says:

    What a beautiful set of preciousness! Sounds like the oils are as beautiful as the exquisite packaging! It’s like eye-candy in a box :) Hope to win :)

  • This is such a tempting milkshake. AND I’m totally blown away by the fact that it’s infused with rosemary! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe.

    Greetings from -20°C (yes, winter finally came to Europe too)!

  • Raimonda says:

    Perfect for cozy evenings! Can’t wait to try :)

  • Maria says:

    Yum! The rosemary and white chocolate look so beautiful. Can’t wait to try them!

  • Krista says:

    You do a fabulous job with your posts…beautiful pictures, creative recipes…I am inspired. The chakra essential oil set looks amazing as well. It’s so important consider the emotional/energetic realms in addition to what you eat when striving for health. Thanks!

  • Jordyn says:


  • rayraycartucci says:

    This seems really lovely…something I am very interested in. Please throw my name in the hat. Thank you!

  • Elle says:

    Well, I’ve got a gigantic rosemary bush right outside my door so this looks like something I will be making asap! And the chakra kit looks divine – I love it!

  • Jennifer F says:

    Your photos are beautiful and I love rosemary!

  • Dillon Tisdel says:

    Oh my goodness, this looks incredible. Beautiful post!

  • Kristen B. says:

    I cannot wait to make the hot one when I get home tonight! Maybe curl up with a book while I’m at it. Also, that oil set looks amazing! :)

  • Cassie says:

    That white chocolate looks amazing, and I love rosemary. Would love to win the chakra kit, it might help me sleep.

  • Caitlin says:

    WOW. I am not much of one for desserts, but never thought of infusing rosemary with hot chocolate! That sounds divine.
    The ingredients you used make this SUCH a luxury drink – love it!

  • Melissa says:

    Everything about this post is divine! I want to make both of those drinks ASAP. I just got a budge of rosemary from my CSA & was going to make a rosemary & lemon tea, but that milkshake is calling my name. Ooooh & that chakra set…I would love that!!!

  • Emma says:

    Both these recipes look outstanding! Would matcha powder work in place of the green tea leaves? Less obviously though…
    I’ve just been learning about essential oils so would love to win the set. I’m in the UK so I’m not sure I’m eligible to enter.

  • Jennifer says:

    I love the idea of white hot chocolate — especially one with maca in it. I will be trying this for sure!

  • April says:

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Olivia says:

    I don’t know if I’ve left a comment yet on your blog before, however, since it is part of winning this beautiful chakra set I think now’s the perfect opportunity to tell you how much I love your blog! I think it is hands down my favorite blog for recipes yet. The photography, the recipes and just everything is so beautiful, even the description and titles for everything! I was born in NYC and moved to Florida when I was 4, and now I’m back I’m back in NYC 13 years later! I’m missing the FL weather down there, it’s so cold up here I’m not used to it! Haha. If you are ever near the palm beach gardens area or if you live around there check out Christopher’s Kitchen. It’s a really great restaurant and everything taste SO so fresh. Can’t recommend it enough. My younger brother who could care less about healthy food even digs it! There’s some things I like there better than I like at NYC’s Pure Food and Wine!!! Also in coral gables there’s a great farmers market that serve’s raw vegan prepared food on the weekends called Glaser Farms, if you shop at whole foods in Fl I’m sure there’s a little section you’ve seen that carries their products :) Anyways I just wanted to take this give-away opportunity to comment and share how much I enjoy your blog and even your instagram! Your blog is the most inspiring to date, the way you write is so capturing too :) I look forward to all of your posts. Thank you thank you!!! :) – Olivia

  • Sarah says:

    Oh my my, this hot chocolate sounds divine (love your nails too!).

  • kylie says:

    wowwie, you and i both love rosemary! both of these drinks are on my must-try list! i can’t wait to take a look around your blog and the wholistic site having studied ayurveda for many years. that chakra set sounds amazing!

  • Brooke Beck says:

    Your drinks are so full of life and nourishing ingredients! These are not just tasty beverages, these are power drinks! Thank you for the inspiration and especially including rosemary. Can’t wait to enjoy.

  • kat says:

    Thanks for the inspiration.

  • heather says:

    I cannot wait to try this rosemary green tea recipe thanks for sharing.

  • Rebecca says:

    I love rosemary! I will have to give these a try, as they look and sound delicious!

  • Jess Peterson says:

    Yum! Yum! Yum!

  • Diane says:

    These both look amazing! I think I will try the hot chocolate recipe first (I love maca…and with rosemary!). Thanks for the inspiring, delicious recipes on this blog (and yes, the Chakra System looks fantastic!)!

  • Victoria says:

    The recipes and pictures are equally beautiful and it’s always a pleasure for me to visit Golubka! And I adore rosemary!…

  • Marina says:

    I love your amazing recipes and beautiful photos! Thank you! (:

  • MeganM says:

    The recipe looks interesting, but um, can I say that I adore your nail art? So sharp!

  • Cheryl says:

    So nourishing and divine. Love the unexpected use of rosemary.

  • Olivia Palma says:

    You’re photos are STUNNING! Just stumbled across your blog and I am so into it. Thank you! Wondering what Golubka means…

  • Kitty says:

    Wish I could taste through your beautiful pictures!

  • Deborah H says:

    I am a big fan of rosemary and this recipe sounds delicious! Also, the photos are beautiful and make my mouth water :)

  • Evita says:

    Thanks for the inspiring recepies with beautiful pictures! I’m really looking forward to your future posts.

  • jessica says:

    simply lovely!

  • Lane says:

    Both of these drinks look SO yummy! I cannot wait to try them out! :) (The photos are absolutely gorgeous as well.)
    And that chakra set – oh my, it sounds amazing!!

  • wabi says:

    I love your website ;)
    I love yoga !

  • Julia says:

    Hmmm your infused versions of a hot chocolate sound so delicious, if I had any rosemary on hand I would make one immediately! i still have a small batch of cacao butter left in the fridge from making raw chocolate so now I know what to do with it!
    And I would love to test the chakra oils, I have been diggin deeper in the world of chakras and energy over the past months as I am attending a yoga class focussing on chakras and meditation (Spectral yoga), its so interesting and i would love to explore the effects of those oils!
    Cheers from Vienna

  • Veronika says:

    Nice! Love this recipe – I really miss white chocolate on my vegan diet

  • Caitlin says:

    Omg looks amazing! I can’t wait to make this!
    <3 rosemary everything

  • geekbearinggifts says:

    I haven’t tried infusing herbs into chocolate drinks. Thank you for the idea, and thank you for the giveaway!

  • Kendall says:

    Wow this looks amazing! I definitely have to try it. And that chakra set…amazing xx

  • Gayathri says:

    This looks delicious! The ingredients sound like they would really complement each other well. By Maca, do you mean matcha powder?

  • Taryn T. says:

    I have just started using Essential Oils, ad have been pleased with the impact they have had on my health. I had never thought about actually using them for cooking, like you have! This is awesome, and the hot chocolate looks divine. I would love to win and try this!

  • Both are wondefull, today I picked the rosemary of my garden, even it ist janaury in germany. But I have one question, in the second recipe you write once almond milk and otherwise coconut milk, do you take both?

  • Beth says:

    Thank you for this page. I am new all of this. I have been studying a vegan lifestyle as well as essential oils. This offer combines them for me. I am very excited to explore my new findings further. Thanks again.

  • Jasmine B says:

    I absolutely adore the use of rosemary in a sweeter dish. It enhances the flavor spectacularly and is quite delicious!

  • Julia H says:

    I love rosemary, but never would have thought to pair it with white chocolate. This sounds amazing, and I can’t wait to try it!

  • Yum!!! Rosemary and white chocolate! I feel a new trademark beverage for the rest of my winter days <3

  • Rebecca says:

    I would love to try the Rosemary Hot chocolate sounds yummy.

  • Rebecca says:

    I just added your page to my favorites so I can try all the different recipes.

  • Danielle says:


  • Jamie says:

    Just found this through finding vegan on Facebook. I’m hoping I can find all the ingredients here! I love hot white chocolate.

  • Amanda says:

    This looks extra yummy and soothing!

  • Stephanie says:

    I cannot wait to try this! and I am so excited about the maca powder too!

  • collette mattingly says:

    I would never in a million years have thought to put rosemary in a sweet. I’m scared but I’ve got a ton of vegan white chocolate left over from Christmas so I’m going to give it a go.

  • Giorgia Doglioni says:

    mmmm…white chocolate! :P I love your photos!

  • Carolyn says:

    I like the use of herbs with beverages. Photos are great. I have just started researching essential oils. So much to learn :-)

  • This looks so good and I just love your images. I have pinned and tweeted this recipe because it’s what I do with all veg/vegan recipes that looking amazing :)

    My chakras NEED those oils!


  • Brenda says:

    Yum – sounds delish! Wish I had some right now. And who couldn’t use balancing their chakras!

  • STEVE WHITE says:

    Can’t wait to try the white chocolate milkshake. Would love to run the essential oils as well.

  • STEVE WHITE says:

    Can’t wait to try the white chocolate milkshake. Would love to win the essential oils as well.

  • Andy A. says:

    I have never ever thought of adding rosemary to a drink, but these I will be trying right away! Your recipes are always inspiring and ones I use on the mrs. for love points! ;)

  • Simona says:

    Definitely trying this (without the rosemary first maybe) :-)

  • Anne Snider says:

    Looks delicious and sounds yummy! Need to give this a try. :)

  • CountyGrrl says:

    I love the look of these drinks! Thanks for the ideas from Northern Maine.

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  • Joyce Bair says:

    Believe it or not, I actually JUST bought maca powder for the very first time and was trying to decide what to use it in first. Also, never heard of oils arranged by chakra! Very cool!

  • Joyce Bair says:

    I actually JUST bought maca powder for the first time and was trying to decide what to use it in and saw this post. And I’ve never heard of oils arraigned by chakra and I’d love to try them!

  • Astral says:

    All of this looks wonderful!

  • Sara McCUne says:

    I will give this a try! I always like to try different herbs in creative ways. Also my son and I would love to win the aromatherapy oils of course! <3

  • Amy says:

    This looks gorgeous and delicious! First time I’m visiting your blog and I can tell you, I will be back tomorrow and the next day… I’m new to being vegan, though I do try to follow a plant based diet most of the time, and I am always searching for good, healthy recipes. Thank you for sharing!

  • Wendi says:

    thanks for an amazing recipe.will try.

  • pox.206 says:

    i love the rosemary and chocolate combo!Im not a big tea drinker but i know i dont like gree tea.. suggestions for caffeine free alternative to green tea?
    also i havent worked with maca powder..what is it? how does it work in the recipe?

  • Anna Malone says:

    What a great combination. Sweet with savory. Yummmm

  • Ashlae says:

    I’ve been wondering what to do with the chunks of cacao butter I brought back from my travels – rosemary hot white chocolate, that’s what.

    Such beautiful photos and can we talk about those nails for a minute because they look fantastic.

  • Sandy Z says:

    Both these drinks sound amazing, Thanks

  • It looks delicious, but I am allergic to cocoa so all chocolate is out for me. I really love the roll-ons to combine with my yoga practice.

  • Summer says:

    Omg yum!! I can’t wait to try this! I’ve always known it is possible to make vegan white chocolate drinks.. but I’ve been waiting for the perfect recipe to try it for myself. I really think this is it – it sounds heavenly. <3

    As for the giveaway, this is exactly what my partner and I need in our life together! He is a newly-certified yoga instructor, and we are both struggling to find our pathway and gain some stability in life. I am looking towards alternative healing as my spirit and physical guide to aid us.

  • Brenda Irwin says:

    The white chocolate looks so good. I think I’ll try it this weekend! The Chakra set would be wonderful to win!

  • Alix Copas says:

    I have recently started to incorporate aromatherapy and yoga into my morning routine, and i’m amazed at how much stress relief and vitality i feel. I would love to win the oils, especially since my birthday is January 23rd! Rosemary is my favorite herb!

  • Mariana says:

    oh my this looks sooo amazing! trying this as soon as i get some cacao butter for sure! and those essential oils look so great, that would be amazing to win! thanks so much for such great posts!

  • Joan says:

    This has such interesting ingredients. Can’t wait to try it.

  • Winter says:

    excited to share this recipe with my mom! she absolutely loves rosemary – but i think she’s only tried it in savory dishes.

  • Maaike says:

    I always love your recipies, and I just love essential oils, such a nice give-away. Thx !

  • Shannon says:

    Sounds fabulous! Thank you! I could really use the essential oils too. Thanks for all you do!

  • Aubrie says:

    Mmm your hot chocolate sounds quite heart warming & absolutely divine. You are such an artist in the kitchen & are truly inspiring. Thank you, you lovely soul you :). Wishing you many blessings.

  • Squishy says:

    Amazing combination of ingredients!!!! Can’t wait to try this!! And the oils look divine!! ❤

  • Meghan says:

    What a luscious little winter libation you’ve conjured up. White chocolate infused with rosemary plus oils infused with crystals must equal the ultimate winter healing.

  • Trish says:

    These sound like must-trys. I am in love with Rosemary! I love to cook with it or use in dressings, sauces,and vinegars.More culinary experiments to come. Thank you for this post and for the nice looking oils in the giveaway. :-)

  • Lucy says:

    Wow this looks great! I love finding new interesting foods and drinks to try. I have some cacao butter that needs using up too so good timing. The giveaway looks good too :)

  • Missy Teel says:

    New to your blog. I am enjoying wandering through your site. Both of these drinks look delicious! I can’t wait to try them.

  • Cami says:

    Sounds yummy, can’t wait to try!

  • Gabrielle says:

    I love the idea of using the Rosemary. So yummy. The recipe combines so many of my favorite things, the fact that it’s vegan just makes it that much better. :)

  • Cora says:

    Mmmmm…. Just reading it takes me to that place in my mind where I can taste it.

  • alisa says:

    yum i would love to try either of these drinks!

  • Hilary says:

    Both the treats and the oils look amazing. I’ve never thought of rosemary in a sweet treat but am motivated to try now!

  • Erika says:

    I’m really looking forward to trying both the hot and cold versions! I love Rosemary and this is such a clever idea.

  • Bethany Gail says:

    Wow both the drinks and the oils look ah-mazing! I’m glad I stumbled across your website.

  • Colette Bauer says:

    I can’t wait to make this and cozy up at home on a snowy day… hopefully before centering myself with my new set of chakra oils ;)

  • April Michelle says:

    This looks and sounds amazing, I can’t wait to try this one out. And thanks for the chance to win the oils!

  • Ashley says:

    This looks so unique and invigorating def going to try this!!

  • Eva says:

    OH MY!! Looks delicious! I have to try this in my favorite cups!

  • Gayatri says:

    Whoa incredible recipe! I just happen to stumble onto website and I’m so glad I did. Will be coming back here frequently!

  • Fotini Maraveli says:

    thank you for all !!

  • Bronwyn says:

    Oh my gosh, my boyfriend and I recently went vegan and he LOVES white chocolate, and hot chocolate in general, so this will be perfect for him! It looks utterly delish! Cannot wait to try!

  • Amanda S. says:

    What an interesting recipe! I have never seen rosemary + hot chocolate. I bet it has a unique and delicious flavor.

  • Lauryn says:

    What a happy coincidence that I come across your blog for the first time tonight.
    I must have just pinned just about every recipe here ;)
    You have a truly beautiful blog, thank you for all the great inspiration!

  • Joyce says:

    Both recipes sound wonderful. I love your website and unique recipes! Great food photography as well!!

  • Lindsey says:

    what a beautiful set of oils – I am in massage school and would love to try these out on clients!

  • Susi Brust says:

    Love your blog and can’t wait to try this recipe. The giving away looks great – what a treat it would be to win.

  • The oils look fantastic – as do the beverages :) Thanks for hosting this

  • Jaclyn Reynolds says:

    Looks amazing and delicious. What a treat!

  • I sincerely can’t wait to make the milkshake version of this recipe! I live in sunny SoCal where it’s HOT…83 degrees! Thank you for the wonderful recipe!

  • A-mazing inspiration. Love the complexity of herbs/essential oils in sweets! Another health-booster – Mesquite powder is another super food that is a sweet addition to recipes like this. Health & happiness to you!

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  • Elaine says:

    I love the idea of this milkshake. My rosemary in my garden has been destroyed by the winter weather so it will be a trip to the supermarket. I would love to try the oils they look wonderful.

  • Alicia says:

    This hit chocolate is amazing! Such a brilliant idea to do rosemary with the white chocolate.

  • raquel perez says:

    wow you’ve given me much to think about… love all of the great ideas

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  • Sam says:

    Love that you included maca in this recipe. It’s been one of my recent favorites! A flavor I never expected to like.

  • Kira says:

    I have been reading all about chakras lately, and love the idea of this meditative set.

  • juanita may says:

    I have been wanting to try essential oils. Thanks for the chance.

  • Robin Miller says:

    I would love to try essential oils! Especially in recipes.

  • Georgia Beckman says:

    I am fairly new to essential oils in the last few months (maybe 5 or 6?) & I am AMAZED. Thank you for offering this amazing set in your giveaway! Someone is going to be very lucky!

  • […]  Rosemary Hot White Chocolate? Ummm…I’d definitely try it! So happy I discovered Golubka. It’s gonna be my new food blog obsession for sure! […]

  • this is so lovely. currently i am ill but your blog warms my heart with its plethora or goodness and health. thank you. xo

  • Alicia says:

    Just came across your blog today via MyNewRoots & EarthSprout’s Fabulous Fermentation week last year. Beautiful blog, and WHO can resist a give-away!? :)

  • Tyneisha Fondren says:

    This set looks amazing! I would love to try this out, I bet I’d feel awesome afterward!

  • Sarah says:

    Love rosemary! Never would have thought to add them to a beverage like that, sounds delicious!

  • Emily says:

    These drinks sound delightful – I love rosemary. I also love the idea of having such organised and specific essential oils, packed with information and cross-overs about how to get the most out of them!

  • AR says:

    I love rosemary. I never would have thought to add it to any kind of chocolate. Genius!

  • Emily says:

    Beautiful recipes as always! Lovely set as well, what a nice giveaway–it accords perfectly with your blog’s aesthetic and M.O.!

  • Maggie says:

    Your recipes always sound and look so delicious! Really beautiful pictures and ingredients… Thank you! And, for the opportunity for the giveaway – lovely!

  • Robyn says:

    Can’t wait to try these. Perfect for warming the soul

  • Mona A says:

    Your website always makes me very happy. Keep up the good work

  • Enjoying your blog and interesting recipes. Thank you for the inspiration!

  • Judi Meade says:

    I love your website – a lot of great suggestions!

  • Anna says:

    Mmm looks so very delicious, thanks for the inspiration!

  • Zhenya says:

    I Have oil for wisdom, definitely missing balance!

  • Chrystel says:

    I never use rosemary like that…. it looks so dlicious… I will try quickly ;)

  • Ingrid Magath says:

    wohoooo just made the schokiii. awesome heartwarming stuff. finally the winter came here in berlin but hey i think not more than 10 weeks and spring s back. thanks for your beautiful work lots of love from here

  • Moe says:

    White chocolate and color-coded oils, both look gorgeous!

    (Oh, how I have missed ‘traditional’ giveaways… “Like on Facebook! Like this page and this one! Share your personal information with us! Share ten times with your friends on every social media!” Phew, a simple blog giveaway is refreshing.)

  • Yvonne says:

    I just came upon your site via pinterest. Love the idea of rosemary in a vegan milkshake. As I am leaning towards vegan (from a vegetarian), I will be uti;lizing your site more! Thanks for the opportunity to win an awesome EO set too!

  • Ann-Sophie says:

    Can’t wait till it’s Wednesday and I can buy some fresh rosemary at the market! Need to try this!

  • jamie hamilton says:

    I cannot get over how great the rosemary white chocolate sounds! I want it now! mmmm

  • Kim says:

    Both of those drinks look good I hope I can get ahold of all the ingredients to try it out soon. Thanks for posting.

  • Oh my! I wish there was a place where I could come and have a cup of rosemary white chocolate! I bet it would be delicious in a solid form as well.. mmm! Inspirational! :)

  • tanna sutherland says:

    Thank you for sharing this and for the opportunity to try this as well. You have great pictures, it’s as though I can nearly taste it! I definitely want to try this recipe

  • Kathy Boynton says:

    Have been reading your blog got sometime now..I can hardly wait for your cookbook to come your recipes and pictures. The Chakra oils would be perfect to use in my Zen room when meditating. Namaste

  • Joyce Ackley says:

    White chocolate is my favorite. The rosemary sounds like a savory addition. The photos are great, and the directions well written.

  • Morgan Husted says:

    I love your rosemary white hot chocolate, so delicious, thanks for sharing!

  • Chakra oils – oh what a wonderful product! I truly believe in chakra healing:

    On top of my wish list!

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  • kate says:

    looks good, thank you! can you talk about the benefit of white chocolate, over dark chocolate (if any)? what are the nutritional and energetic differences? white chocolate is just the fat i think? LOVE your recipes & blog, so beautiful!!

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