Recipe Directions

  • 1. Blend in a high-powered blender until very nice and smooth.
  • 2. Drink immediately. Nice dessert!!

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

Oh ho hum, another smoothie recipe, right?  Wrong!

This raw strawberry milk recipe is divine. Trust me. The texture is wonderful. Sirova, the recipe's originator, compares the taste to standard strawberry milk--that thick, syrupy smooth sweetness. Yum! This recipe really does take me back to my childhood.

Warning:

Do not attempt unless you have a Vitamix, a Blendtec, or another high-powered blender! Chia seeds won't blend well in a regular blender.

This recipe is perfect for a Summer evening. And great for kids, they'll love it.

True to Rawtarian fashion, it only has just a few ingredients. When it comes to this raw strawberry milk recipe, simpler really is better.

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Nutrition Facts

Nutritional score: 97 out of 100
  • This recipe is very low in Calories, Fat, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Carbohydrates.
  • This recipe provides you with 100% of your daily Vitamin C.
  • This recipe is a good source of Dietary Fiber.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Calcium, and Iron.

Amounts per 431 g (15 oz) suggested serving

NameAmount% Daily
Calories 198 8 %
Protein 2.9 g 5 %
Fat 4 g 5 %
Carbohydrates 42 g 13 %
Dietary Fiber 7 g 21 %
Sugars 34 g
Calcium 102 mg 10 %
Iron 1.6 mg 12 %
Sodium 12 mg 1 %
Source: USDA, The Rawtarian

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I haven't tried it yet, but I'm sure it will be delicious even with a slight alteration. I just got a Vitamix blender over the weekend, so I need to make more recipes like this to make my husband a believer :). Thank you so much for your site. It is wonderful and so helpful! My 2 year old loves just about everything I've made from your site.

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Wow Thanks for the recipe
and I just wonder what about frozen blueberry :)

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Delicious! Really sweet too! I only used 2 Tb of honey instead of 3 and that was definitely sweet enough for me! I am just starting out using chia seeds and used my normal blender (but on the 'ice' option) and they blended up fine - made the smoothie a lovely thick consistency :) i really like the use of the chia seeds in this, its giving me more ideas on how i can incorporate them into my daily foods. Thanks so much! :D

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Sounds good, Dana! It definitely is the chia seeds that give this recipe its nice texture

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Thanks for the recipe :) I have made a slight alteration; used 2 Medjool dates instead of the agave. I have a Vitamix.. I use it at least 3 x every day :) I could not live without it! Love your website. Have a GREAT day.

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Thanks Judith! I love my VM too - I usually use it 2x per day or so. Couldn't live without it either!

Thanks for saying hi

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I am excited to try this, but wondered if flax would be an adequate substitute to chia (I don't have them, live in a small town, and know they are expensive, even when/if I find them). I may try it one way or the other!

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Hi Jenn!

Unfortunately, I do not recommend using flax as a substitute because the flax flavor will overpower the tastes.

i would omit the chia seeds entirely. The recipe will be a lot runnier, but that's okay. You could also maybe add dates instead to thicken it up a bit.

Good luck!

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**sigh** so many of these recipes look good, but either require a high speed blender (don't own) or have nuts (nut-free school).

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I have a regular blender and this recipe works fine in it. The key to some of these recipes is to put the liquid in first, with the solids floating on top. It works for me anyway! (I actually keep putting off buying one because I haven't really run into problems yet).

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Hi Sara,

Great tips! Truly. Totally agree about liquids first, with the hardest things on top.

Also, I totally did the same thing with my blender. I think I burned out two crappy ones motors before I got my Vitamix, which I had to save up for :)

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Yes, it's tough! If you can afford it, you should definitely plan to get a high-speed blender. In the very least, keep your eye out for a used one. They make all the difference in the world! At least put it on your Christmas list :)

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Thanks!!! A very simple recipe. I made a similar shake such as this one, but instead of strawberries, I used banana...YUMMY!!

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Mmm, will have to try it with frozen banana! What a great idea.

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This was yummy thanks! I made it tonight. The only difference I made to the recipe was using 2 Tb of sweetener instead of 3 since I like things on the less sweet side. A recipe to keep!

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Yes, this recipe is very very sweet so probably reducing the honey was a good idea :)

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I have a blender thats not a vitamix etc but is a fairly good average blender. I can do recipies like this in it. I just grind nuts first then add the rest of the ingredients, bit by bit if necessary. Chia seeds etc can be ground in a coffee grinder first as well.

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Glad you're making it work Natasha!

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Your recipe sounds great. I will be giving it a try soon! Thanks for sharing and have a blessed day!

James Reno

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