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Fresh Strawberry Milkshake

| September 12, 2021 | 0 Comments

Strawberry Milkshake

Follow our easy, step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions to learn how to make a refreshing Strawberry Milkshake using fresh strawberries. Printable recipe included.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, enjoy.
Fresh strawberries make an excellent Strawberry Milkshake in just a few minutes. It’s a refreshing drink for those hot days of Summer. Or, you can still use frozen strawberries when you’re wanting a milkshake in the middle of Fall or Winter. No one will judge you. Smile.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, slider.

When Spring rolls around, and the days start getting warmer, it’s always a treat to learn that fresh strawberries are back in season. You can use them in so many different ways. Jams, jellies, preserves, cakes, breads, muffins, and of course – in milkshakes. I’m sure you can think of even more uses for them.

The days are gone when I could stoop over in a field and pick them fresh. But, thankfully most of the U-Pick berry farms around here always have containers and baskets of freshly picked strawberries to sell. I’m just happy someone is young enough to still get down near the dirt. Smile.

One of the things I enjoy on a hot summer day is a cold milkshake. Whether it’s chocolate, vanilla, or this fresh strawberry shake, they just have a way of making a hot day more tolerable.

A year or two back, I picked up a small home type milkshake blender from a local auction I attended each weekend. It didn’t have the metal cup, so I had to order one of those. I wanted it as much for decoration as I did to actually use it. Turns out, it worked pretty good.

I made more than a few shakes with this little machine, and finally sat it back on top of the refrigerator towards the end of summer.

My nephew had stopped by one day and spotted it. He said he loved milkshakes, so the little machine is getting used often in it’s new home. It’s always fun to give.

Ready to give our recipe a try? Alright then, let’s head on out to the kitchen, and… Let’s Get Cooking!

 

Strawberry Milkshake, ingredients.
Fresh Strawberry Milkshake Recipe – You’ll need these ingredients.

If fresh strawberries are not in season, you can easily substitute with frozen berries instead.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, remove hulls.
Remove the hulls from the berries, then rinse them under cool running water.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, chop.
Chop the berries into small pieces.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, add sugar.
Add 3 Tablespoons of sugar to the berries.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, add vanilla flavoring.
Add 2 teaspoons of Vanilla flavoring.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, stir well.
Stir everything together as the sugar dissolves. Refrigerate for 30 minutes prior to using.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, add ice cream.
Add 3 to 4 scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream to mixing cup.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, add berries.
Add 3-4 Tablespoons of the strawberries to the cup.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, add milk.
Add milk as desired. Less milk equals a thicker shake, more milk equals a thinner shake.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, mix.
Place mixing cup under mixer head. You could also do this in a regular blender, or use a stick blender, whichever you have on hand. Blend as needed for desired consistency.

 

Strawberry Milkshake, enjoy.
Enjoy!

Pour the milkshake into a tall glass and top with whipped cream and a fresh strawberry.

 

Print
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Strawberry Milkshake, printbox.

Fresh Strawberry Milkshake

  • Author: Steve Gordon
  • Prep Time: 45 minutes
  • Cook Time: 2 minutes
  • Total Time: 47 minutes
  • Yield: 4 servings 1x
  • Category: Desserts, Cakes
  • Method: Counter top
  • Cuisine: American, Southern

Description

Hot Summer days can be cooled down quickly with a delicious, fresh Strawberry Milkshake. Top it with whipped cream and another fresh berry or two.


Scale

Ingredients

1-lb fresh Strawberries
3 Tablespoons Sugar
2 teaspoons Vanilla Flavoring
34 scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream, per shake
Milk, as needed.


Instructions

Remove hulls from the berries.
Rinse berries under cool running water.
Place berries in a bowl. Chop into small pieces.
Add the sugar.
Add vanilla flavoring.
Stir together as sugar dissolves. Refrigerate 30 minutes before using.
Place ice cream in mixing cup.
Add 3-4 Tablespoons of berries.
Add milk as desired for thick or thin shakes.
Mix as needed for desired consistency.
Enjoy!


Notes

Less milk makes for a thicker shake, while more milk makes a thinner shake. Your choice.

Keywords: fresh strawberries, strawberry milkshake, vanilla ice cream, sugar, vanilla flavoring, blender, stick blender, frozen strawberries,

 

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