31.10.2020, 12:09

Strawberry smoothie

They allow you to fill up with vitamins especially when the cold days are breaking out. Kids will love this perfectly sweet strawberry version. In addition to fruit vitamins, this drink is a source of protein thanks to yogurt and liquid cream. It can also be served as a frozen and sweet dessert.
Strawberry smoothie
This beautiful pink smoothie can be made from fresh or frozen strawberries. If the fruit is fresh, it is necessary to add a few ice cubes to the drink to cool it. If the strawberries are frozen, choose them cut up, they will be easier to mix!
This drink is simple and easy to customize to suit individual tastes. For example, you can replace part of the strawberries with a ripe banana or raspberries or use regular yogurt for a less sweet smoothie.
You can also replace the milk with liquid cream for a creamier texture. As long as the proportions remain the same, the imagination is free. The smoothie can be enjoyed immediately or stored in an insulated flask. It will then be ready to quench your thirst at any time!
- 250 g of fresh strawberries
- 50 g of sugar
- 150 ml of milk
- 200 ml of liquid cream
- 50 ml of yogurt
- 10 ice cubes
- Some strawberries for decoration
- Clean the strawberries and remove the pedicle from each fruit.
- Place them in the bottom of a blender or a food processor equipped with a metal blade. Add the milk, ice cubes, 30 g of sugar, 50 ml of liquid cream
and yogurt.
- Blend until smooth, scraping sides if necessary.
- Pour 150 ml of liquid cream into a large container containing 20 g of sugar. Stir so that the sugar dissolves. Place the container in the freezer for 15 minutes. The cream must be very cold before starting to whip it into whipped cream.
- Using an electric mixer, whip the sweet cream, gently at first and then faster and faster as it rises.
- Pour the smoothie into the glasses, use a pastry bag to shape the whipped cream on the surface of the smoothie. Decorate the drink with the strawberries.
Serve chilled!
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