A homemade Strawberry Milk recipe for days when it’s time to do something nice for yourself! With only 3 simple ingredients, it’s a strawberry lover’s dream. So, grab some frozen strawberries, strawberry jam, and your favorite non-dairy milk; it’s time to learn How To Make Strawberry Milk!
My strawberry addiction began at an early age. It’s likely that I inherited it from my grandfather who considered the strawberry shake one of life’s great remedies for most minor ailments. I can still see him, tall as the sky, walking through the door with a frosty strawberry shake and a look of confidence that things were about to get better. Then there was the strawberry pie at Marie Callender’s, which still stirs up wonderful memories of my family and I, sitting at our usual booth, eating and laughing.
I hope this recipe reminds you of all those wonderful childhood memories when simple things made big impressions.
Strawberry Milk Recipe
- Strawberries – You can use either fresh strawberries or frozen. I personally like frozen because they not only make the milk nice and cold but the flavor is on the sweeter side.
- Strawberry jam – I use jam as a substitute for syrup found in many strawberry milk recipes and it works perfectly!
- Non-dairy milk – I love using coconut or almond but you can use whichever non-dairy milk you like.
How To Make Strawberry Milk
- Place ingredients into a blender. Add strawberries, jam, and milk to a blender and secure the lid.
- Blend until smooth. Blend ingredients until there are no visible bits of strawberry.
You may find that even after blending your milk that some seeds are present. Feel free to use a strainer to filter out all the seeds and unwanted chunks from your milk.
What Type Of Non-Dairy Milk Should I Use?
Any plant-based milk would work well with this recipe. My personal favorites are coconut milk and almond milk. These have a more subtle flavor. Oat milk and hemp milk are more bold and tend to impose on the strawberry flavor. Otherwise, if you love oat milk or hemp milk, go for it!
I would recommend not storing Strawberry Milk for more than a day. This is really something that should be consumed fresh.
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- 1 1/2 Cups frozen strawberries
- 2 Tablespoons strawberry jam
- 3 Cups almond milk
- Place frozen strawberries, strawberry jam, and non-dairy milk into a blender and securely fasten the lid.
- Blend all ingredients on high until milk becomes smooth with no visible pieces of strawberry.
- Serve immediately.
If after thoroughly blending your strawberry milk you find that you still have visible chunks of strawberries as well as seeds, pour the strawberry milk through a mesh strainer to filter them out.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 94Total Fat: 2gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 12mgCarbohydrates: 19gFiber: 2gSugar: 13gProtein: 1g
The Vegan Plate attempts to provide accurate information. However, this nutritional information is provided as a courtesy and is an estimate only. The nutritional information provided comes from online sources and calculations.