Easy Quarantine Drink: Fresh Strawberry Milk

We've made it to May! Wuhoo! I hope everyone's doing fine despite the pandemic that's happening around the globe. And since this is our second month on an intelligent lockdown (or RMO/Restricted Movement Order / ECQ/Enhanced Community Quarantine in your areas), there's nothing more to do but try a lot of things. Well for this post, it is not something that I just recently saw online but a regular drink that I normally have every time we go to Europe. Because strawberries are always very easy to find, and sometimes comes in a very good deal, there's always a bucket or two in the fridge. (Oh wait, have you heard the new trend, WHIPPED STRAWBERRY MILK? I just looked it up prior to this post.)

It is actually inspired by our dear daughter (a friend who we call and treat as a daughter cause why not? She's lovely! Haha) in The Philippines. She loves aesthetic and fancy drinks and I've seen her made some before. If I am not mistaken, it is a Korean drink (or maybe Japanese).

The IG trend #whippedstraberrymilk is made of strawberry Nesquik, heavy cream and milk. Well, I do not have pink nesquick at hand and I love being natural. All I used was fresh strawberries, a teaspoon of sugar and a splash of cold milk.

I chopped the strawberries into small pieces, set the half aside and mashed the other half. With the mashed part, I added sugar and put it in the microwave for 20 seconds. After it cooled off a bit, I poured it in a glass, added a splash of cold milk, and topped it with the remaining strawberries. That's it. Sugar isn't actually necessary, I mostly omit it but this time, I want it to be a little sweeter.

And there is your fresh and yummy strawberry milk, perfect at any time of the day.

Here's a short video of how I made it. Enjoy watching!


  1. This is dangerous. I'm really craving for so many things now.

  2. hye...
    follow here..
    omaiiigadd so easy to make and so fresh and yummy! Definitely will make this drink and will credit it to you =)


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