Strawberry Crush

Hi Peeps!! In my recipe of Strawberry Love I had used homemade strawberry crush. Today I am posting the recipe of strawberry crush. It is a very simple recipe and can be stored easily for duration of 6 months. This crush can be used to make many different drinks such as Strawberry Smoothie, Strawberry Milkshake, Lassi, Strawberry Lime, etc and it can be used as topping in desserts such ice creams, cakes, etc. I love to make strawberry cream shake using this crush. This is the best method to store strawberry for longer period and for strawberry lovers like me it is heaven and yummylicious. The method to store this crush is important. The bottle should be washed and dried thoroughly a day before. If possible dry the bottle in sun for few hours. Use glass, ceremic or tupperware bottles. Avoid using regular plastic bottles for longer storage. So friends…lets get cooking….


Strawberry- 500 grams

Sugar- 8 Tbsp

Citric Acid- 1 Tsp

Water- 1 liter


  1. Wash the strawberries and roughly chop them.
  2. Semi crush the strawberries using a blender. Do not make a paste keep it semi crushed.
  3. In a heavy bottom pan add the sugar and water and switch on the gas. Let the water boil till the sugar dissolves. Keep flame on medium.
  4. Once the sugar dissolves bring the mixture to boil till it thickens a little. Boil it for 10 mins and switch off the gas. Remember the mixture should not be too thick. Just let it boil for ten mins it will become of syrup consistency.
  5. Let the water and sugar syrup come to room temperature. Then add the semi crushed strawberries to this mixture and mix well.
  6. Now add the citric acid and mix well.
  7. Store this in a bottle. Store this in a cool and dry place for longer shelf life.

4 responses to “Strawberry Crush”

  1. Delicious .👌👌👍


  2. Never tried the strawberry crush. It might be a tasty drink. Thanks for sharing.


    1. Hi..thank you so much… Strawberry crush is basically a sherbet. U can store it and use to make sherbet with water or milk or use on icecream. You get mapro bottles of this but i prefer making it home.


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