Strawberry Milkshake Recipe {Easy Food and inspirational Recipes}

Strawberry Milkshake Recipe {Easy Food and inspirational Recipes} - Although the variety of fruits offered at the greengrocers and farmers markets appears to have grown, the fruits that remain at the top of grocery lists for the health-conscious individuals are strawberries. In addition to its inviting aroma, beautiful red color and juicy texture, strawberries are also packed with antioxidants as well as a number of vitamins and minerals.

In particular, strawberries contain fiber, manganese, anti-inflammatory agents, and abundance of vitamin C, vitamin K and potassium. Including these fruits in your daily diet will boost your immune system, assist in maintaining healthy blood sugar levels, help your gums, teeth and eyes and aid in battling flu, constipation and rheumatism. Need I say more?

Below you will find a great strawberry milkshake recipe – milkshakes are indeed one of the yummiest and easiest ways of consuming strawberries. The milkshake is a perfect light dessert option, summer refresher or mid-morning snack. Since it only takes less than 5 minutes to prepare, this strawberry milkshake is great for people on the go and busy mums who wish to provide their kids with a treat that’s also a nutritionally-wise choice. This recipe is tested, easy to prepare and the outcome is impossible to resist. The recipe makes about 4 servings but if you wish to make less just scale down the ingredients.


* 8 to 10 strawberries (you can use fresh or frozen strawberries but remember to use a few more strawberries if the ones you have are small)
* 2 cups of chilled milk (preferably full cream because it makes the taste of the milkshake more creamy and flavorsome). A friend of mine makes this recipe with soy milk or almond milk and she loves the result!
* 1 scoop of organic vanilla ice cream or 1 heaped spoon of organic strawberry or vanilla yoghurt (the best are the natural pot-set yoghurts)
* 2 small ice cubes (especially when you’re not adding any ice cream)
* 2 teaspoons of raw sugar or 1 teaspoon of agave nectar or a dash of stevia or 1 teaspoon of organic honey (Since being introduced to agave nectar I have been religiously making this recipe using the agave nectar and I have not been disappointed)


* Wash the strawberries, remove the leaf bits and chop the strawberries roughly. Blend the chopped strawberries, milk, ice-cubes, sugar and ice cream or yoghurt together in a blender or using a hand-held mixer until well blended and frothy. When using ice cubes the blending time should be around 3 minutes to ensure the ice was crushed properly and the mixture is creamy.

* Check if the strawberry milkshake is sweet enough as different strawberries offer different sweetness levels. If needed, adjust the sweetness by adding a little more sugar, agave nectar, stevia or honey.

* Pour the strawberry milkshake into glasses and serve with pieces of freshly cut strawberries and if you’re craving more sweetness a dollop of whipped cream. The milkshake also presents very beautifully if you decorate it with some mint leaves.

* Enjoy your delicious strawberry milkshake.