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Strawberry Horchata Recipe

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Strawberry Horchata Recipe

Horchata is a classic! a delicious, creamy, rice beverage kissed by a touch of vanilla extract. Picture the flavors of horchata paired with strawberries. And, in return you get a drink that resembles the flavors of ice cream. In fact, this agua fresca is not only delicious but also, easy to make. Love Horchata? this recipe is a win win situation.

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Strawberry Horchata Recipe

Recipe by Villa Cocina
5.0 from 4 votes
Course: DrinksCuisine: MexicanDifficulty: Easy
Servings

12

servings
Prep time

10

minutes
Soaking time

4

hrs
Total time

20

minutes

Horchata is a classic! a delicious, creamy, rice beverage kissed by a touch of vanilla extract. Picture the flavors of horchata paired with strawberries. And, in return you get a drink that resembles the flavors of ice cream.

Ingredients

Directions

  • Pour the rice in a strainer and rinse remove excess starch. Drain all of the water and pour into a heat proof deep container. Break the cinnamon stick and add it in. Pour in the 2 cups of boiling water, it should cover the rice completely. Cover with plastic wrap and allow it to soak for 4 hrs or all night. 
  • Blend the rice, water and cinnamon stick until completely broken down. Strain into a pitcher. 
  • Slice off and discard the green leaves from the strawberries. Roughly cut them and blend with the 4 cups of room temperature water until completely smooth. Pour into the pitcher. Finally pour in the evaporated, condensed and whole milk. Together, with the vanilla extract. Mix to combine. Stir in sugar to taste. Make sure the condensed milk and sugar dissolve completely. Serve over ice and top it with diced strawberries. ENJOY! 
  • Try my sugar free sweetened condensed milk recipe
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2 Comments

  1. Hello! In the strawberry recipe it says “4 cups room temperature” but I think it should be 4 cups of *water*. thanks!!

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