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How To Prepare Tasty Strawberry Milkshake

23 April 2020 | 0 comments | Posted by Richard Browny in Masterchefs

Strawberry milkshake recipe

A milkshake is one of the treats people crave when the temperatures start to climb, or stress starts to creep in. Make your day better by making this unbelievably tasty strawberry milkshake from the comfort of your home. If you are home feeling trapped, unable to stroll down the street for that cold glass of creamy goodness, worry not. This easy strawberry milkshake recipe should help take care of your cravings while giving you nutrition and great taste.

The fact that it is made with fresh strawberries will make it even creamier and flavourful.

How to make strawberry milkshake recipe at home

You may be surprised that you will need only four ingredients that do not include syrup or sugar in this blender milkshake recipe. What’s more, you will find it so easy to make.


  1. 1 cup of milk. If you are allergic or would like to avoid dairy, swap it out for almond milk.
  2. Vanilla ice cream. If you do not have ice cream, you can also use vanilla bean frozen yoghurt.
  3. To avoid dairy, use coconut or almond milk ice cream.
  4. Vanilla extract
  5. 1 pound hulled strawberries


Combine all the ingredients in your blender and whirl away! As soon as all components are thoroughly mixed, pour it into a tumbler, and enjoy it! If you do not have a beautiful, tall glass, and you want to be sure of making a good purchase you can find reviews on various kitchenware, glassware and utensils on mykitchenadvisor.com.

How to make your milkshake thicker

The biggest question that many milkshake fans ask is how they can make their milkshake thicker. Tastes vary greatly, and if you love your shake thicker, reduce the amount of milk for a thicker and even healthy milkshake recipe. You can also use frozen rather than fresh strawberries. You need a high-quality blender to make a great milkshake One of the factors that determine the quality of shake you get, in addition to that of the ingredients, is your blender. You need a high-powered blender to make your shake super smooth, especially if you decide to use frozen strawberries and little milk.

How to choose strawberries for your milkshake

You may use either fresh or frozen strawberries. Still, you stand a better chance of getting some excellent, flavorful strawberries in the summer. These lovely, deep red berries will jumpstart your shake, adding both sweetness and health benefits.

Still, their colours may deceive you, and what you think will be a delightful, sweet bite may be a mushy, wet mess.

Even if you are using a strawberry milkshake recipe with strawberry ice cream, you still need the freshest strawberries to make the shake pop. To select the best possible strawberries, buy from your local market. Buying berries that have come from far and wide may mean that they were picked before they were ripe so they could make the trip, so they most likely have no flavour.

Also, buy-in season; any strawberries in the market outside the season are either imported or too hardy to possess the deep flavour you seek. The size and shape of the strawberries do not have much to do with their flavour. If anything, look for the bright red colour. Any whiteness around the stem is a sign that they were picked before being fully ripe.

How to hull your strawberries

Hulled strawberries are the best form of strawberries to use for making your milkshake. You may use a strawberry huller to take care of that, but if you do not have one, do not feel pressured to buy one. If you happen to collect straws from other shakes and drinks, you can use it!

Whether it is made of plastic or metal, it will work just fine.

All you need to do is to wash your strawberries thoroughly, pat them dry with a clean paper towel, then push the straw up the bottom of the strawberry to remove its stem.

How to garnish your strawberry milkshake

After your pour, the delicacy into your glass, top it up with some whipped cream, then sprinkle some chocolate shavings.


You cannot go wrong with a drink that has ice cream and is easy to prepare if you would like something other than water to refresh yourself. If you have never tried a strawberry milkshake, then it is about time you gave it a shot. Have you tried this homemade milkshake recipe yet? Have any queries? Share your experience in the comment section!

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Richie is a food lover, and the one thing keeping his going right now is the ability to make his favourite snacks and food from home. There is nothing like a collection of healthy quarantine snacks and cold drinks to while away the long days as he reads a novel.

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