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Add all the ingredients to a high-speed blender and blend until smooth and nicely combined.
Copycat Starbucks Pink Drink
My teenage daughter LOVES the “Pink Drink” found at Starbucks.
And once in a while, I’ll stop to grab her one as a very special treat as we’re not ultra rigid at our house.
I believe it’s really important to allow favorite treats here and there, especially with our young people who are learning what balance looks like.
That being said, I think they are expensive and not something we’d want to include too often for several reasons.
I like to keep our family budget much tighter these days and I also LOVE KNOWING what ingredients are in the foods and drinks my family consumes often.
Clean, whole foods contain the most nutrients and the least amount of unwanted additives and sugar, so that is our main focus.
Many recipes found online for the pink drink contain A LOT of added sweeteners.
My version gets the sweetness from the strawberries and the pure pomegranate juice.
You’ll likely discover this recipe to be not as sweet as maybe what you’re used to – but I think you’ll really like it!
💗I’m enjoying the fact that my daughter liked/approved of this drink recipe and she’s getting in some extra vitamins and nutrition with mom’s “healthy” version.
We can make these together all summer long! Sydney APPROVED ✔️
🧉Wishing you lots of refreshment and relaxation this summer along with peace in discovering your own beautiful balance between fun treats and enjoying lots of healthier and affordable options too!
2 cups unsweetened coconut milk
2 cups fresh or frozen strawberries, hulled
2 cups pure pomegranate juice
1 tsp vanilla extract
Optional: 2 scoops vanilla protein powder or collagen
Additional fresh chopped strawberries and ice