Make This 3-Ingredient Whipped Strawberry Milk (Spoiler Alert: It’s Super Yummy)
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This Strawberry Milk version of the oh-so-popular Dalgona drinks is a must-try!
Deliciousness comin’ in berry cold!
Just when we thought the internet couldn’t make anything better than the viral whipped iced coffee that Lina made last year, they’ve stunned us yet again with this oh-so-delicious fruity drink! This Strawberry milk drink idea may just be even more decadent than the last one.
Three words… Whipped. Strawberry. Milk. 😍🍓🥛
And yes, it’s just as amazing as it looks and sounds.
Dalgona coffee is inspired by the South Korean Dalgona candy and traditionally involves whipping instant coffee, granulated sugar, and water into a rich, gooey solid-looking mixture that almost looks like toffee.
However, this time around, we’re whipping up some refreshing strawberry milk goodness (also seen on Delish). This recipe also does not use coffee, so it’s a fun one to make with the kiddos! Ever since I made it the first time, my kids can’t get enough. It’s easy enough that I can whip up a batch quickly for a fun afternoon treat during the back-to-school season.
Stetson shared how to make this easy recipe in the video below!
(If you can’t see the video, be sure to click here to watch it on YouTube.)
To make the creamy, thick, and fluffy strawberry topping, you only need some heavy cream and a bit of strawberry Nesquik… that’s it – a childhood favorite I can taste already! 😋
Then you mix both ingredients with either a hand mixer or opt for a whisk, depending on whether you want the full-body workout or the easier and quicker route. Either way, it’s going to be a delicious strawberry milk creation! 🤤
While the original recipe we saw called for less heavy cream and Nesquik, we didn’t find it to be sufficient enough for even one drink, so we think we perfected it with our ratios. But who knows, maybe we have portion distortion?! 🤷♀️
Tips for making the best Whipped Strawberry Milk:
- We had some questions about using fresh strawberries with a little sugar instead. However, we tried this and found that the strawberries produced so much liquid that we had to add in a ton of extra heavy whipping cream which pretty much covered up the strawberry flavor. Perhaps using strawberries as a garnish might be a better option, while still incorporating them into the recipe, or go for frozen strawberries instead.
- If preferred, you can consider grabbing a bottle of Nesquik Strawberry Syrup to use instead of using the powder. I found it to be a richer, thicker flavor!
- Be sure to taste this as you’re making it to determine just how berrylicious you want it to be. Make the recipe as below, then taste, add in additional powder or syrup if you desire a bolder flavor. You’ll need to whip it a little longer each time you add more so that it is fully incorporated.
- If you’re like me and can’t get enough of the whip, then try layering it in your glass by putting a layer of whip on the bottom, milk in the middle, and more whip on the top!
Whipped Strawberry Milk
yield: 2 SERVINGS
prep time: 5 MINUTES
total time: 5 MINUTES
A creamy and refreshing iced drink that you won't believe only has three ingredients!
- 2 tablespoons of strawberry Nesquik powder or 4 teaspoons of strawberry Nesquik syrup
- 1/2 cup of heavy whipping cream
- 1-2 cups of milk
This is a fun drink idea if you’re looking for something super yummy and refreshing!
Here’s what my teammate Chelsey had to say about this whipped strawberry milk recipe:
“This recipe is so easy to make and it’s delicious too! We’re a house divided in that I loved making it with the syrup and my husband and daughter preferred the powder! Plus, it’s definitely something you could mix up and try using chocolate syrup instead!
It literally takes just minutes to make and it would be easy to make a big batch of it and serve it to friends and family. As readers mentioned before, you could also use the whipped part as a topping for angel food cake, fruits, and so much more. The recipe could really have endless uses!”
Make the most of strawberry season and try this yummy strawberry banana smoothie next!