Homemade Strawberry Milk is made with your favorite dairy or non-dairy milk along with homemade strawberry syrup for a sweet, refreshing treat!



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Homemade strawberry milk is perfect for Valentine’s Day, birthdays, Mother’s Day or just the random weekday morning you want to make something special for your kids!

Err…. or yourself.

With just a few ingredients, you’ll be able to whip up this fun, pink, delicious strawberry milk that even the pickiest little eater will love.

First, you’ll start by using my delicious homemade strawberry syrup. I love to make this ahead throughout strawberry season and store in the refrigerator to quickly add to milk for this strawberry milk.


Then, I just add a few tablespoons of the chilled strawberry syrup to a glass of ice cold milk and stir until it is well combined.

If I’m making more than one serving, I’ll add the milk and enough of the strawberry syrup for each of the servings into my blender and have it ready to pour into about 10 seconds!

You can’t beat that!


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It’s the perfect addition to a fun breakfast and definitely goes great with pancakes, waffles, or my strawberry and cream stuffed french toast or fresh strawberry cake!

You’ve just got to try it!

Here’s my recipe for Homemade Strawberry Milk.

Homemade Strawberry Milk Recipe

Homemade Strawberry Milk is made with your favorite dairy or non-dairy milk along with homemade strawberry syrup for a sweet, refreshing treat!
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Cook Time10 mins
Total Time10 mins
Author: Robyn Stone | Add a Pinch


  • 8 ounces ice cold milk, almond milk, or coconut milk
  • 3 tablespoons strawberry syrup


  • Stir together milk and strawberry syrup until well combined and serve.
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  1. I never would have thought to make real strawberry milk (as opposed to the fakey powder or syrup)!

    Yup, you’re a genius. Strawberry is my oldest’s favorite flavored frapp… I think I’m going to have to make this one this weekend.

  2. I’m looking forward to making this. One quick question I have is, do you ever find it necessary to strain the syrup before using it? Thank you, and enjoy your Valentine’s Day.

    1. Hi Jocelyn,
      I’ve not had to strain it, probably because I add all the strawberries and the syrup to my blender and give it a whirl until smooth. Otherwise, you’d probably want to strain out the berries and use those separately as a topping for ice cream or something. 🙂

  3. LOVE IT!

    you can even make italian cream soda too with the syrup. sparkling water, strawberry syrup and a little bit of cream.

  4. How many servings do you think this recipe with the 2 c strawberries will make? We are going to make this for my son’s class Valentine’s party and I need to know how much I should make if we do 3 Tbsp syrup and 8 oz of milk for each kid.

    1. Hey Sara,
      I usually get about 1 1/4 – 1 1/2 cups of strawberry syrup. For 1 1/2 cups that would give you about 24 tablespoons, or 8 servings for this strawberry milk. Hope that helps!

  5. Hi Robyn,

    My Son would sooo love this. I have two questions about storage. Do you happen to know if this syrup is able to be canned for longish term storage? and if it is how long will it keep? Okay make that three questions. Hoe long will this syrup keep in the fridge? Have a wonderful and safe weekend!

    1. Hi Lenore,
      The strawberry syrup keeps well for me in the refrigerator. We use it for so many dishes that we use it in a week. I feel sure it would keep longer. Another idea would be to pour the strawberry syrup into an ice cube tray and freeze into individual cubes, then pour those into a zip top freezer bag. When you are ready to use the syrup, just thaw completely, give it a quick stir and use as normal. Hope that helps!

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