Dalgona Coffee Made Simple

We’ve all been exposed in some way to this new “Dalgona coffee” trend that took Tik Tok by storm during quarentine. Whether it’s on the Tik Tok platform, or even my countless Instagram posts, chances are you’ve seen it once or twice, and maybe even wondered how it tastes. I’m here to tell you it tastes amazing! I’ve completely stopped my Starbucks drive-thru runs and saved a ton of money in the process. It’s increased my productivity and tastes like a delicious concentrated coffee. Beware, it’s a bit of a butt kicker, so be sure to drink lots of water and have maybe one a day instead of your normal cup. I wanted to make a post with the simple recipe, because I’ve had a few requests for it. There are a bunch of recipes out there, but the process of making it is basically the same. After a few rounds of trial and error, I figured out a fool proof process that has created the yummiest Dalgona coffee ever!

The secret is in the preparation process, so be sure to have all of your items out and ready before you begin. The last thing you want to do is run around while trying to make it. Another secret if your Dalgona coffee doesn’t seem to be whipping up right, is to double the measurements to make it easier to rise. I’ve been through a few trial and error processes, and that definitely helped. To make the trendy Dalgona coffee, you will need the following items:

  • Small Bowl
  • Milk of Choice
  • Ice
  • Nestcafe Instant Coffee
  • Organic Granulated Sugar
  • Hot Water
  • Electric Mixer

Before you begin, take your water and put it over the stove top to boil. Another helpful secret is to add boiling water, and not just “hot” water, because simple hot water will not cause it to whip. Take 2 tablespoons of Nestcafe brand instant coffee and 2 tablespoons organic sugar and add them to the small bowl. Stir together to make a coffee/sugar mix. Once complete, add the milk of your choice and ice to a cup and set aside. Next, check your water to see if it’s boiling. Once it’s boiling, add 2 tablespoons of water to your coffee sugar mix and beat with your electric mixer on high for about five minutes. If you don’t own an electric mixer, you can hand mix it, although it will take a lot more elbow grease. Once your mixture is thick and creates “mountain peaks” like a whipped cream substance, you’re set to add it to your milk. Scoop half of the mixture in and use a straw to stir. Top with the remaining amount and enjoy!

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