Don’t settle for plain, regular milk! Make this delicious Dalgona-inspired Whipped Strawberry Milk with just a few simple ingredients and a blender!
This post may contain affiliate links. I will receive a small commission from these sales at no additional cost to you!
Dalgona-Inspired Whipped Strawberry Milk
Dalgona coffee is a trendy whipped coffee beverage that gained HUGE popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic when people were searching for a fun and easy treat to make at home. The drink is affectionately named after a type of Korean sponge toffee candy called dalgona, which has a similar frothy texture to the coffee.
It’s such a fun and creative way to enjoy coffee! The sweetness of the whipped coffee pairs perfectly with the bitterness of the coffee and the creaminess of the milk. And it’s such an aesthetically pleasing drink! The perfect gram-worthy beverage that compliments a warm blueberry muffin or cinnamon roll.
Now you can enjoy the sweetness of these popular whipped drinks in a kid-friendly way! Making this delicious whipped strawberry milk is super simple, it takes just a few ingredients and is a great recipe to have the kids help with. Even better if you’re enjoying strawberry season and using up the fruits from your own harvest!
Get ready to sip and savor the taste of summer with a tall glass of homemade strawberry milk!
You May Also Like These TASTY Recipes!
Easy Homemade Strawberry Milk
Craft the perfect sweet. creamy drink that’s the perfect easy recipe for those warm weather days!
Ingredients Needed for Tasty Strawberry Milk:
NOTE: The heavy cream has to be cold, not at room temperature. Use heavy cream for this recipe and not a lighter version.
How to Make Fresh Strawberry Milk:
First, start by blending the strawberries until they’re smooth. Once fully blended, set them off to the side.
Next, using an electric mixer, whip up the heavy cream on medium speed. Slowly add in the sugar while mixing.
Mix until stiff peaks are just about to form, this usually takes 3-4 minutes.
Now add 3 tablespoons of the pureed strawberries you had set aside.
Continue mixing for 1 minute until the strawberry puree is fully incorporated. For best results, do not over-beat!
Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Will This Strawberry Milk Last?
This homemade strawberry milk is always best when consumed immediately. When stored in airtight container, this recipe will last 2-3 days in the fridge.
Can I Use Frozen Strawberries Instead of Fresh Strawberries?
Yes, just let your frozen strawberries thaw out slightly before blending.
Strawberry Milk Recipe
Dalgona Strawberry Milk
- First, start by blending the strawberries until they’re smooth. Once fully blended, set them off to the side.
- Next, using an electric mixer, whip up the heavy cream on medium speed. Slowly add in the sugar while mixing.Mix until stiff peaks are just about to form, this usually takes 3-4 minutes.
- Now add 3 tablespoons of the pureed strawberries you had set aside.
- Continue mixing for 1 minute until the strawberry puree is fully incorporated. For best results, do not over-beat!
- Pour your favorite milk and ice into a cute cup, or mason jar and top with the whipped strawberry mixture. Enjoy!
Don’t Forget to Pin This Delicious Strawberry Milk for Later!
Heidi Kundin has captivated the hearts of millions with her colorful and inspiring approach to crafting, celebrations, and family fun. With over 15 years of experience, Heidi’s website has become a must-visit destination for those seeking quick and easy creative ideas and last-minute solutions. Her warm personality shines through her posts, inviting readers to join her on a creative journey that’s fun, rewarding, and achievable.