You might have seen this coffee specialty on your social networks; it’s insanely famous! Also called Dalgona coffee, the secret behind this coffee is that it looks like the nicest coffee shop drink, but it’s actually made at home with the simplest ingredients.
You can totally make a whipped coffee drink at home in a few minutes with a unique and fun method. The result is nothing less than Instagrammable, so you’ll surely have a blast mastering this exceptional coffee. And here’s one more thing, this is one of the few coffee recipes that call for instant coffee, and it can’t be substituted; how about that?
To make a whipped coffee drink or Dalgona coffee, you need granulated sugar, instant coffee, a splash of hot water and a cup of cold milk. Make sure you use fine instant coffee, often labeled as instant espresso. You can really tell between fine instant coffee and the inexpensive kind.
As for the sugar, I guess you can use a low-calorie sweetener, but I’m not really sure how much froth you’ll get after whipping it. It’s worth a try, though. Last but not least, use your favorite type of milk or plant-based milk alternative.
To make this specialty, you must whisk all the ingredients except for the milk. This will take some time, but the instant coffee, sugar and water will become foamy and frothy, more than you can imagine. Incorporate all the air you can into the mixture.
Once you get a decent amount of foam, pour the milk along the side of the serving glass to let the foam rise nicely to the top.
This beautiful, foamy coffee is best enjoyed with sweet treats, from cookie sandwiches to chocolate. Anything that makes you feel comfy and taken care of. This is the ultimate homemade coffee specialty, after all — one that not even the fanciest coffee shops can imitate.
Making whipped coffee with friends is also fun; you can all spend a lovely evening in front of the TV while everyone foams their own whipped coffee.
Add the sugar, instant coffee and hot water into a small mixing bowl; use a hand whisker to whisk until fully incorporated and foamy.
Scoop the foam into the serving glass. Gently and slowly, pour the cold milk on the side of the glass until filled. The foam will rise to the surface.