Prep 1 min
Cook 0 mins
This is a fun recipe for a blind taste test. Close your eyes, and drink. You won't believe it. If you look at the ingredients for Nestle' Strawberry milk, it's sugar and artificial flavors. That's it. You can substitute Confectioners' sugar for regular sugar to dissolve better.
- Mix it all up in a glass and drink.
Well, we're of mixed opinions around here ~ I did use powdered sugar & thought it was more like a sweet milk, while my other half opted for it as strawberry! Then, since I was in the process of making one of my Strawberry Disaster Cakes (with the Danish Dessert strawberry pudding) I added just a teaspoon of that powder, but voila ~ strawberry milk! Anyway, it was fun in the making! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
I actually thought it was better than Strawberry Milk. I was never able to drink it because I thought it was to sweet and rich. This was just perfect. My kids loved it as well. This is now going to replace the morning glass of chocolate milk they get. Thanks for sharing. Made for PRMR tag game.
I haven't had strawberry Quik for a long time, but I remember loving it when I was a kid. Anyway, I tested it out on my husband and two sons separately. Without telling them what it was and without the red food coloring in it, I asked them what it was. My sons all said it was strawberry milk (they've never had strawberry quick) and my husband said it was strawberry quik. So, if you ever are in the mood for strawberry quik, this is a good substitute. I did use confectioners' sugar and had no problem with it dissolving.