Homemade Strawberry Milk




Introduction: Homemade Strawberry Milk

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Doesn't it remind you of your childhood? It looks so pretty. It's Strawberry Milk!

Made with homemade Strawberry Syrup. None of that bottled stuff.
I was inspired to make this by a post on The Kitchn. I couldn't wait to try it. During my childhood I never liked chocolate milk, anything chocolate or candy per se. I used to be a weird kid.

But I've always wanted to try Strawberry Milk, so I bought a bottle of syrup. It was good, not great. As soon as a I saw this recipe, literally ran to the kitchen to make it.

It's so easy, and it'll only take 10 minutes of your time. I promise!  

Step 1: Ingredients

1 cups sliced frozen Strawberries
1/2 cup Sugar
1/2 cup Water
1/4 tsp Vanilla (optional)

Step 2: Procedure

-In a sauce pan, add the water, sugar and strawberries and boil for 10-12 minutes. The mixture will reduce and thicken a bit.

-After they're done, strain the mixture. Use the leftover fruit to eat with yogurt or ice cream, don't just throw it away.

-Wait until it cools , then add 3 tbsp to 8 ounces of chilled milk.

Enjoy your drink! 

Pour the syrup over ice cream, oatmeal, yogurt or granola. 

*Pictures of the steps were taken from TheKitchn.com 



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    Instead of strawberries, I used raspberries. It still turned out great. I'll have to try it with strawberries though. Thanks!


    Translation: This is indeed the most fantastic beverage concoction I have ever put upon my taste buds. Scrumptious! Absolutely scrumptious!!!!

    Will only take ten minutes... Boil in pan for 10-12 minutes lol

    You could probably cheat and thin down some strawberry jam with hot water, then use that. Jam is basically what you're making when you boil berries with sugar, after all ;)

    This is the second time i've made this wonderful homemade strawberry milk. Thank you kindly for the post.

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    i tried this and the results were to die for!

    thanks for posting this wonderful ible.

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