There is nothing is more refreshing than a great Strawberry Julius on a hot summer day! This copycat recipe is creamy, fresh and totally delicious!
A couple of weeks ago, my husband and I stopped off at Orange Julius on our way home from running errands. I hadn’t been there in years and I forgot how much I LOVE that place! (It is so good.) I have a copycat Orange Julius recipe that I’ve made a few times over the years, but our little impromptu trip to Orange Julius reminded me that they also sell Strawberry Julius. (Seriously, that drink is heaven!)
A few days later, that Strawberry Julius was still on my mind, so I set out to find a recipe. I wanted to be able to recreate that delightful drink and have endless yumminess in my own home, whenever I wanted. I made just a few tweaks ’til the recipe was pure perfection and I am sharing it with you today. (You’re welcome!)
How To Make A Strawberry Julius
Puree – Before adding the rest of the ingredients, puree the cup of strawberries in the blender.
Blend – And the remaining ingredients to the blender and mix until everything has fully blended together and the liquid is a little frothy. While I haven’t met a Strawberry Julius I didn’t like, my favorite daiquiri mix is the Master of Mixes brand.
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This Strawberry Julius recipe is delightfully refreshing. This drink doesn’t keep well, so remember drink it all soon after making it. (I’m pretty sure this won’t be a problem!) Don’t forget to follow us on social media and subscribe to our newsletter so you can see all of our latest recipes.
Strawberry Julius Recipe
- 1 cup strawberries pureed
- 6 oz frozen strawberry daiquiri non alcoholic concentrate
- 1 cup ice
- 1 cup water
- 2 Tablespoons sugar
- 1 cup milk
- 1 tsp vanilla
Puree your strawberries in a blender
Add add all of the other ingredients
Blend it until all the ingredients are incorporated and frothy
Pour into a glass, add a fresh berry
About the Author: Larissa is a mom of 4 boys who likes to cook and create. The former Food Contributor on Somewhat Simple (2011), she now shares her creative adventures full-time on her own blog Just Another Day in Paradise.