This Classic Dairy-Free Strawberry Milkshake is ultra-creamy, sweet, and satisfying. It happens to be totally vegan, but everyone loves this frosty drink!
This strawberry milkshake is the ultimate old-fashioned treat, made vegan. It’s perfect as a creamy, old pick-me-up on a hot afternoon, whether you’re a kid or just love the flavors of childhood.
The ingredients for this creamy strawberry shake are simple and easy to find. Here’s what you need:
While milkshakes seem fancy when they’re from a creamery, they are so easy to make yourself. All you need is a high-powered blender and some of your favorite ingredients.
All milkshakes begin with ice cream. You can make the ice cream yourself or use your favorite store-bought variety. Make sure to use a type of ice cream that you really enjoy, as it is the base for the milkshake.
Next, you’ll need to decide on flavorings. If you want additional elements, add them here. You can add chocolate, vanilla extract, fruit, candy, flavored syrups, or anything else you enjoy.
Finally, you will need some milk to loosen the milkshake. You don’t want the milkshake too thick, it should be sippable with a straw. Use cow’s milk or your favorite plant-based milk.
Blend up the shake and serve it immediately to avoid melting. With a nice blender, you can make a milkshake with the perfect consistency.
All you need to whip up this recipe is a blender! Here’s how to do it:
Start by adding the ice cream and Almond milk into a blender and blend on medium-high speed, until smooth, about 2-3 minutes.
In the meantime, roughly crush two bars of Graham crackers into both milkshake glasses and gently press down.
Once your milkshake consistency is met, pour the shake into tall glasses. Top them with Graham crackers, whipped cream, strawberry compote, a medium piece of Graham cracker and crumbled Graham crackers, if desired.
Add some sweet (and pretty) toppings to your shakes! I think strawberry is especially delicious topped with something crunchy, like graham cracker crumbles or Oreo crumbles (did you know Oreos are vegan?). Of course, you can’t go wrong with whipped cream! Or a few sprinkles for a fun, nostalgic look.
You can use any vegan milk you like for this recipe. I recommend making your own plant milk to save money and because it’s so easy! Here are some of the best dairy-free milk recipes to make at home:
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Classic Dairy-Free Strawberry Milkshake.