Strawberry & Chocolate Milk Recipes with Delicious & Healthy Ingredient Swaps & Trades

Strawberry & Chocolate Milk

Strawberry & Chocolate Milk


The holidays are over & we are back to swapping and trading at the counters with new recipes.  My kids, like most, love chocolate milk & strawberry milk.  Over the years we have developed our own version of these drinks that allows us to be in control of the ingredients.  These are two popular & flavorful blends at my house that are often served with breakfast, weekend lunches or part of after school snacks.  And truth be told, I often make enough so that I can have a glass along with them.  Cheers to a New Year & new recipes to share…


Chocolate Milk  by Jodie Fitz

 1 cup ice

 1 cup low fat or fat free milk

 1 ½ tablespoons cocoa powder

 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

 4 tablespoons honey (approximately ¼ cup)

 Add the ice, milk, cocoa powder, vanilla extract & honey into a blender.  Blend the ingredients until the ice is fully crushed & the ingredients are well mixed. 

 Note:  You may have to stop half way through the blending process and scrape cocoa powder & honey from the sides with a spatula and then continue to blend the rest of the way.

 Honey:  You can decrease the honey if you decrease the cocoa powder, this will depend on your family’s taste buds. 

Almond Milk:  Give this blend a try with almond milk too, it’s one of our favorite ways to make it.

 Strawberry Milk by Jodie Fitz

 1 cup frozen fresh strawberries (no syrup added)

 1 cup low fat or fat free milk

 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

 3 tablespoons honey

 Add the strawberries, milk, vanilla extract and honey into a blender.  Blend the ingredients until the strawberries are fully crushed and mixed thoroughly into the recipe. 

 Note:  Occasionally you may have to stop the blending process mid-way through to scrape the honey from the sides and then continue the process. 

 * Both recipes yield approximately two 8 oz. – 10oz. servings.



Disclosure: I am pleased to be working with MVP Health Care and the MVP Generation Go Program, which has sponsored this post. My participation is voluntary and my opinion is always my own, as is any advice offered.


This Recipe Featured at:

The Patriotic Pam




24 Comments on “Strawberry & Chocolate Milk Recipes with Delicious & Healthy Ingredient Swaps & Trades”

  1. You had me at chocolate. I saw your post on a linky party and had to come to see the recipe. Yummy!!! I will be sure to jot this one down since its strawberry season here in Florida. Thanks for sharing

  2. Good healthy recipe, but the only thing I would change is using organic milk or raw milk – I don’t think the conventional processed milk with all the pasteurization, hormones, antibiotics is healthy in any way, but just my opinion. Thanks so much for sharing a great alternative to the processed flavoring that you buy.. Visiting from Fantastic Friday Link Up.

    1. I use the organic as well :)! I used to have our milk delivered…but for some reason it didn’t work out…I don’t remember the details, but it was fun while we did.

  3. I love your Chocolate Milk and your swaps. Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and wishing you abundant blessings in 2014!
    Miz Helen

  4. I have a huge bag of frozen strawberries in my freezer – now I have the perfect use for them. Thank you!

    1. THANK YOU for pinning & for co-hosting. Hope your January has been a great launch into the new year….

  5. Jodie…these sound yummy! Thanks for sharing them on The Patriotic Pam last weekend. We are featuring this recipe this weekend on our link party, stop back by and check it out. Goes live tonight at 7pm (EST).
    Pam 🙂

    1. I had seen the feature & had added your button back at the beginning of the month :)! THANK YOU so much….have a great wrap up to January….

  6. Hi Jodie! Thank you for linking up to our Inspiration Monday Party. We will be featuring your healthy milk at our party on Sunday! Yay! Happy New Year! ~ Julie

    1. THANK YOU for the feature! I added your button earlier this month to the post. I hope you have a fantastic wrap up to the month…

  7. Wonderful recipe, thank you for sharing! I need to eat a little healthier and drop a few pounds this year too 🙂

  8. These are great. My daughter would have loved them when she was younger. Thank you for linking to the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you next week.

    1. THANK YOU for hosting ~ always look forward to visiting the In & Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope your January is productive :)…

  9. Thank you so much for sharing your recipe at last weeks Saturday Spotlight on Angels Homestead. I really appreciate each person who takes the time to come by and link up. I’m making a special announcement at tomorrows party, it’s all about new beginnings for the new year. 🙂

    Hope to see you again soon!


    1. THANK YOU so much for your time & energy in hosting all of us :)!! Hope your January has been smooth sailing & a great launch to the New Year…

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