This Strawberry-Flavored Dessert Is So Easy to Make at Home
Raise your hand if you’ve tried baking or cooking during quarantine! If you’re looking for your next recipe, here's a suggestion: Try the Almond Breeze® Milky Sweetie Jelly. We looove how aesthetically pleasing this dessert looks, from the heart-shaped details to the berry sauce topping. And it tastes good, too! TBH, you can easily make this dessert to serve some fresh IG content or if you want to surprise a special someone with a post-Valentine’s treat. *wink*
And you don’t have to be a pro in the kitchen to try this recipe! All you need is Blue Diamond Almond Breeze® Unsweetened along with other ingredients. Made with the best California almonds, this unsweetened almond milk is the perfect dairy-free alternative to milk and cream. It’s low in calories and is also packed with vitamins and nutrients so you don’t have to worry about giving in to your sweet cravings. Ready to try the Almond Breeze® Milky Sweetie Jelly?
For this recipe, you’ll need:
- 500 ml of Blue Diamond Almond Breeze® Unsweetened
- 10 g of agar powder
- 2 tbsps of brown sugar
- 4 tbsps of jam or berries in sauce
- 4 large, fresh strawberries
Start by pouring the Blue Diamond Almond Breeze® into a bowl. Mix in the agar powder until it dissolves.
Let the mixture stand for five to ten minutes before microwaving on a medium-heat setting for three minutes.
Add the brown sugar and stir until it dissolves. Then microwave again for three minutes.
Add two sliced strawberries to the sides of two glass serving dishes. Pour in the warm creamy mix before putting the dessert into the fridge to set.
Decorate with the jam or berries in sauce. Use the remaining slices of the strawberries when ready to serve. You can make it the day before so that when you plan your special treat it’s ready to serve!
While you’re at it, you can experiment with more Almond Breeze® recipes or simply enjoy the milk as it is. Choose from flavors like Original, Vanilla, Matcha, and Latte.
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