Move over drive-thru, we can make dairy-free pink drink right at home!
Save money, save gas. See recipe below.
Today, we are sharing an easy peasy pink drink recipe you can make at home!
And not just because it’s my favorite color,
but because this is also a favorite drink at Starbucks that I’ve learned to make myself.
this is the perfect recipe to have on hand when Starbucks’s all across the country shut down for a couple months…
and you’re stuck home with only grocery pick-up.
Despite stay home orders this spring,
I was able to enjoy pink drinks on the regular.
So let’s get you the recipe just in case you need it in another emergency.
OR…if you just want to save a lot of money.
If your kids are pink drinking you out of house and home…
letting them make their own will save lots of mulah.
Plus, when we make them at home,
we can drink them more often!
Just a word of caution though…
it IS possible to get tired of pink drinks, lol.
Ask how I know?
So let’s get to it.
I learned this recipe from one of our Milk Allergy Mom Member Families.
We share all kinds of great allergy-friendly ideas in there!
If you’re not a member yet, whatcha waiting for?
In fact, if you email me the word PINK DRINK POST when you join,
I’ll send you a $5 Starbucks gift card when you become a member.
Pink Drink on me. Muah!
But back to the recipe.
You guys, this just takes two simple ingredients.
No tea concentrate. No fancy powders.
Just juice and dairy-free milk.
If you want to get more fancy, throw in a couple frozen or freeze dried strawberries for added flair.
And the great news is you don’t have to water it down with a bunch of ice.
I just throw in a couple frozen strawberries and a couple ice cubes.
BAM! Pink drink in hand.
Now here are the two ingredients we use.
2/3 cup juice.
1/3 cup coconut milk.
Here are the drinks you’ll want to grab at the store the next time you’re there.
Of course, check labels and make sure these work for your allergies.
Hope you enjoy this pink drink concoction as much as we do!