Looking to learn how to make vegan strawberry milk? Well look no further, as we have compiled an ultimate list for of our favorite vegan strawberry milk recipes! We hope you like them, just as much as we do!
Vegan Strawberry Milk Recipe By Pearl Lok
This vegan strawberry milk recipe is just as delicious as it is simple! While the recipe doesn’t make a huge amount, you can always scale it up or make more once you run out!
This vegan strawberry milk recipe only has three ingredients – coconut palm sugar, almond milk, and strawberries – making for a healthier option to regular strawberry milk. It also doesn’t include artificial flavors or refined sugars! What’s not to love!?
Ripple has burst onto the scene with their plant friendly products, and their plant based milk is a great alternative for individuals avoiding dairy. Only three steps and roughly 15 minutes keeps you from having delicious vegan strawberry milk!
Vegan Strawberry Almond Milk Recipe By Roxanne West
Another very easy to make vegan strawberry milk recipe the whole family will enjoy! Short, simple, and delicious. The way we like it!
Wash the strawberries and lay out on paper towels to dry.
In a large bowl or stand mixture, beat the softened cream cheese until it is smooth. Make sure to scrape down the sides and bottom of the bowl and get out all the lumps.
Beat in 1/4 cup powdered sugar and 1/4 cup sour cream. Add in a little vanilla if you like, it’s optional but tasty! You can also add a tiny pinch of salt if you want. Taste it to see!
Decide if you want to leave the stems on the strawberries or remove them. They are easier to eat if the stems are removed (you can just pop the whole thing in your mouth) but they have a prettier presentation if you leave the stems on. If you leave stems on, make sure to only choose strawberries that will stand up reasonably well (pointy side up).
If you are removing stems, cut all the strawberries so that they lay flat on your work surface, pointy sides up.
With a sharp paring knife, carefully slice the strawberry in half vertically through the center to within 1/4 inch of the base. Cut each half into 3 wedges, forming 6 “petals.” See photos! Place your finger in the center and pull the petals apart slightly, so that you have room to fit your piping bag inside.
Prepare a piping bag with a large star tip. I used Wilton tip 2D, which is actually a “drop flower” tip. Any similar tip will work fine.
Place the cheesecake filling into the piping bag. An easy way to filling a piping bag is to place it in an empty glass. (see photo) It’s a lot easier to get the filling in there. If you don’t have a pastry bag, just fill a ziplock bag and snip off one of the corners.
Place the tip of the piping bag all the way down into the center of the strawberry and start filling. Use your fingers to arrange the “petals” of the strawberry as you move upward, so that the filling is distributed evenly.
Serve immediately. You can prepare these about 2 hours ahead of time. Eventually the strawberries will start to wilt and the cream cheese filling will be stained red. Store covered in the fridge until ready to serve.
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Top 4 frozen waffles (no need to thaw) with 1 tablespoon jam each. Top the remaining 4 waffles with 1 ounce cheese each. Press each jam waffle together with a cheese waffle to make 4 sandwiches. Individually wrap each sandwich in foil and freeze until ready to eat.
To reheat, keep the waffle sandwiches in foil and heat in a 350°F toaster oven until heated through, 8 to 10 minutes.
To make ahead
Wrap individual waffles in foil and freeze for up to 3 months. Reheat (in foil) in a 350°F toaster oven until heated through, 8 to 10 minutes.
This delicious recipe and photos were created by EatingWell.com, we simply shared it. Check them out for more great ideas!