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Hatti’s Strawberry Chiller

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The girls and I made our annual trek to the strawberry patch last week. After missing out on picking last year, due to local hail damage, we were more motivated than ever to load our arms with boxes of luscious fragrant berries.

And we did.

As usual, my eyes out in the strawberry patch were bigger than my time and ambition back in the kitchen.

What to do with all those berries?!

We made Patsy’s Strawberry Pie, a favorite family recipe from my aunt. And we made strawberry smoothies, a couple batches of freezer jam, fruit salsa, and our favorite Strawberry Lemonade in the world. What berries we didn’t eat up, we tucked away in the freezer. Won’t that be a fabulous treat come winter?!

As I was stirring up some fresh strawberry lemonades, I got to thinkin’ about a drink that Hatti likes to mix up. She pours orange juice in a glass and tops it off with a beautiful red and bubbly streak of strawberry pop. It’s a very refreshing concoction, I must admit.

But I wanted to incorporate fresh strawberries while we had them at our beck and call. I also wanted the drink to have the added tartness of lime. I asked Hatti if she was up for the challenge. And if you know Hatti, she loves a challenge…

So the two of us started pureeing strawberries and squeezing oranges and limes. We mixed up our first round and called it only “good”. And that just wasn’t good enough. Hatti suggested a couple measurement tweaks and a little natural sweetener in the form of honey. And woweeeee! We couldn’t stop drinking it. Blended with some crushed ice, Hatti’s Strawberry Chiller is a truly refreshing way to enjoy a summer day.

a colander of strawberries
a girl holding a strawberry beverage

Hatti’s Strawberry Chiller

Yield: 1 12-ounce drink
prep time: 10 minutes
total time: 10 minutes
Hatti's Strawberry Chiller is so refreshing on a hot summer day. Grab some fresh strawberries, orange juice, and your blender! You've got to try this fruit-filled frozen drink.
5 Stars (1 Review)


  • ¾ c. strawberry puree just blend fresh strawberries in blender
  • ½ c. freshly squeezed orange juice
  • ¼ c. freshly squeezed lime juice
  • 1 T. honey
  • ½ c. crushed ice
  • fresh lime wedge and a whole strawberry optional garnish


  • Combine the strawberry puree, orange juice, lime juice, and honey in a blender. You can use the same blender pitcher you pureed the strawberries in, without needing to clean it up in between jobs. Pulse a couple times to combine. Then add the crushed ice and blend until ice pieces are broken up and small. Pour into a 12-ounce glass. Garnish with a fresh lime wedge and whole strawberry, if desired.


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Nutrition Information:

Serving: 1 Calories: 449kcal Carbohydrates: 116g Protein: 5g Fat: 2g Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g Sodium: 12mg Fiber: 11g Sugar: 91g
Nutrition information is automatically calculated by Spoonacular. I am not a nutritionist and cannot guarantee accuracy. If your health depends on nutrition information, please calculate again with your own favorite calculator.
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17 comments on “Hatti’s Strawberry Chiller”

  1. Allison @ Alli 'n Son

    This drink sounds fantastic! It’s so pretty in that cup.

    Thanks for linking up with Sweet Tooth Friday. See you this week!

  2. Karen and Missy

    Hello, I come to visit you via a blogging friend at Heart of the Home Blog.
    I enjoyed browsing your blog and loved the beautiful pictures :)
    We would like to invite you to stop by and visit Heart of the Home when you get a chance.
    Have a blessed day.. Hope to see ya soon..

  3. Oooo I love fresh strawberries and this recipe looks so refreshing and delicious, perfect for the summer! LOVING your blog and so glad to be your newest follower :) Hope you’re having a fabulous 4th of July!

  4. Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen

    Nice combination of flavors, sounds very refreshing. Thanks for the great recipe Hatti!

  5. Jennifer @ Jane Deere

    What a wonderful, refreshing treat on a hot summer day! This reminds me of my favorite childhood drink (that I haven’t thought of or had in years)…it was a combination of fresh strawberries, watermelon chunks and ice all blended up…I’ll have to make that soon! Great post!

  6. Kim {Recipes To Run On}

    I was hoping to get to the strawberry patch and think we may have missed the window. This drink looks so delish. I love that Hattie had this drink idea…. and the pics of her are beautiful! Have a wonderful LONG holiday weekend!!!

  7. My goodness! Isn’t Hattie just a wonder with the drinks! First her original orange and strawberry pop and now this lovely and refreshing concoction! She should patent this and get it in bottles now :)

    P.S. Hattie looks absolutely lovely.

  8. In the 109 degree temp today this is what we will enjoy out on the back patio under the misters! Hatti looks like such a beautiful model in the picture. How did you find her? They search for weeks to find this beauty in LA!