Korean strawberry milk is a creamy tasty, fruity and pretty drink made with fresh strawberries and milk. Perfect for summer days, to cool off on a hot day even perfect a cozy winter evening! Also, it is irresistible to see pretty cutie pink combination appearance from this Korean strawberry milk. In this article, we will explore how to make very simple Korean Strawberry Milk. Let’s give it a try, and get ready!
The famous and Instragamable drink
Speaking of the devil, Korean Strawberry Milk, also known as “joosun-hwae-yuja,” has become a popular drink in recent years, both in Korea and worldwide. It’s a delicious, creamy, sweet, and fruity beverage that’s perfect for treating yourself. In Korea, it’s become a trend, especially on social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok. People enjoy sharing their own versions of the drink, mostly because of its aesthetically pleasing appearance.
The pink hue of the drink looks great in photos and is perfect for social media sharing. The drink’s pink color gradient and combination makes it perfect for capturing aesthetically stunning photos to share on social media. Some people even like to add cute stickers or decorations to their glasses for some extra fun. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can try adding different fruits like blueberries or mango, or even use non-dairy milk like almond or soy milk for a vegan option.
Not only does Korean Strawberry Milk look pretty, it’s actually really good for you too. The milk in it has calcium and protein, which are important for our bodies, and the strawberries themselves are a nutrient-packed fruit that offer tons of health benefits. They’re loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants that can help protect against chronic illnesses. Plus, they have anti-inflammatory properties that can improve digestion and blood sugar control, and they’re relatively low in calories. So, making Korean Strawberry Milk is a fun and creative way to enjoy this beverage,let’s give it a try, and get ready!
Ingredients of Korean Strawberry Milk
- Fresh Strawberry– riped strawberry will result in sweeter taste. you can use Korean or Japanese strawberry to. Here I use local strawberry
- Cubed Strawberry
- Milk- I use Ultra-high temperature, or UHT milk. If you are lactose intolerance or a vegan, almond milk or soy milk would be great options to!
- Ice cube
Steps to Make Korean Strawberry Milk
To make this Korean strawberry milk first thing first is wash the strawberries thoroughly and remove the stems.
After the strawberry clean, puree the 1½ cup strawberry with a hand blender.
Next, place it in a small pot and combine the strawberry with sugar. Of course, sugar can be added or adjusted based on your taste.
After that, heat the strawberry mixture over medium heat until it comes to a boil. then, let it simmer for 10-15 minutes. After 15 minutes, add cubed strawberry and let it simmer again for 3 minutes.
please keep stirring to prevent it from burning. Turn off the heat and let it cool.
Next, place half of the strawberry puree into each glass and swirl it around to make a pattern. Then, add ice and milk. and yes, Your drink is almost ready.
The last step is to garnish the strawberry milk with fresh strawberry.
Serve immediately. Enjoy!
The best way to enjoy strawberry is in the middle of hot summer day. This pretty, refreshing and also healthy option drink!
- Use fresh and ripe strawberries for the best flavor.
- Adjust the sweetness to your liking. If the strawberries are already sweet or if you want more citrusy drink, you may not need to add any sugar or honey.
- Use whole milk or a milk alternative like almond milk or soy milk for a vegan option.
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Korean Strawberry Milk
- 1 ½ cup Strawberry
- ½ cup Cubed Strawberry
- ½ cup Sugar
- 2 cup Milk
Puree the 1½ cup strawberry with a hand blender. Place it in a small pot and combine the strawberry with sugar.
Heat the strawberry mixture over medium heat until it comes to a boil and let it simmer for 10-15 minutes. After 15 minutes, add cubed strawberry and let it simmer again for 3 minutes. Keep stirring to prevent it from burning. Turn off the heat and let it cool.
Place half of the strawberry puree into each glass and swirl it around to make a pattern, then add ice and milk.
Garnish the strawberry milk with fresh strawberry. Serve immediately. Enjoy!