Strawberry Cider

I made a little cold drink of berries and cider for a warm day. -Pia


Here are the 3 simple ingredients you will need for this recipe:

  • Fresh strawberries. Please ensure they are fully ripe as they will be easier to mash, and for maximum flavor. 

  • Sweetened condensed milk. Using condensed milk eliminates any cooking process, as there is no need to melt the sugar into the puree. More importantly, it tastes absolutely heavenly when matched with the flavors of strawberries, and makes the drink to be extra smooth and creamy.

    • If you don’t have any condensed milk on hand, you can also substitute it with honey, maple syrup, or sugar based on preference.

    • If you are using sugar, I recommend letting the puree sit at room temperature overnight (for the sugar to melt naturally), or cooking the puree until the sugar has dissolved. Please ensure the mixture has fully cooled down before assembly, as the milk will curdle otherwise. 

  • Your choice of milk. Dairy milk is traditionally served with Korean strawberry milk, but you can also use non-dairy alternatives such as coconut milk, almond milk, soy milk, cashew milk, or oat milk of your choice.



Ingredients (for latte):

  • 4-5 strawberries 

  • Ice 

  • Milk

  • Strawberry ice cream (optional) 

Steps (for strawberry jam):

  • Place 200g of strawberries and 20g of sugar into a pot and heat it over medium-low heat. 

  • Mash the strawberries with a fork and continue stirring until it is completely combined with the sugar. Turn off the heat once the mixture looks like jam and set it aside to cool. 

Steps (for latte):

  • Scoop a generous amount of the strawberry jam into a tall glass. 

  • Add in ice cubes till the halfway mark. 

  • Cut strawberries into smaller cubes and add them on top of the ice. 

  • Add a scoop of strawberry ice cream. (Optional)

  • Pour milk into the glass till it is almost full.