Creamy, frothy, delicious dalgona coffee is a siren call you can’t resist. And why should you? This whipped take on a South Korean candy of the same name is a multilayered coffee drink that’s the toast of Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. It’s photogenic and tasty, and along withand , it’s become one of the hottest coffee drinks to make during a .
Best of all, dalgona coffee is easy to make using items you likely already have. You’ll just need a bowl, some beaters and a few ingredients, like instant coffee, sugar and milk. If you don’t have beaters, you can even use a whisk.
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How to make dalgona coffee at home
To make dalgona coffee, all you’ll need are 1 tablespoon of instant coffee or instant espresso, 1 tablespoon of granulated sugar, 1 tablespoon of water and some milk. Dairy or nondairy will work here equally well.
Add the instant coffee, sugar and water to a bowl and whisk vigorously (or use a hand blender if you have one to make it a much easier process) until the mixture becomes superthick — it should hold a similar consistency to whipped cream with somewhat stiff peaks — and turns a subtle golden-brown color.
Pour milk into a glass filled with ice cubes, then scoop the pillowy mixture on top of the cold milk or mix the two parts together if you’re looking for more of a latte situation.
Snap a photo (or video the entire thing) and post it online so that you, too, can join the ever-growing dalgona coffee community. But one thing’s for certain: Youris going to be caffeinated.
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