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Have you jumped in on the whipped coffee craze yet? If you haven’t, I encourage you to give it a go friend! I am sharing all the pieces I used to make my delicious iced whipped coffee and the recipe I used to make it. In just a few minutes you can make this refreshing summer iced coffee drink.
Whipped coffee, also known as Dalgona coffee, hit social media platforms not too long ago and instantly became a craze that many were trying. My love for coffee definitely spurred me on for trying it too. I am going to provide you the (easy) recipe and steps for making this delicious drink, and at the end, I will list the products I used to make it.
To make the whipped coffee, you simply 3 ingredients including INSTANT coffee, granulated sugar, boiling water. I have to admit, I did try regular, ground coffee first and it DOES NOT work. So you do have to use instant coffee to create the whipped texture you’re going for.
Now it’s time to whip it up! You can use whatever you have on hand in your kitchen such as a whisk, handheld mixer or stand mixer. I will say, I am glad to have had an electric mixer because it takes a few minutes to create the “whip” texture even with a stand mixer’s power. But if you have some strong muscles, you’re good to go with a whisk!
Once it is a foam, meringue like consistency, it’s done!
I grabbed a mason jar and put 4-5 ice cubes in it. Then, I poured whole milk about 3/4 full leaving room for the whipped coffee. Next, grab a cookie scooper and dip into the mix. Plop the scoops on top of the milk until your desired amount.
While I am enjoying sipping on the iced version, you can also have it warm.
Plus, there are several toppings you can add to mix it up!
Almond milk (instead of cow’s milk)
What sounds like a delicious topping to you? Are you ready to give it a go?
Below is the list of products I used to make my whipped coffee. You may already have some or all on hand, but these all came in handy when making Dalgona coffee.
Ball® Regular Mouth 12-Pack 8 oz. Glass Canning Jars found here.
KitchenAid® 5 qt. Artisan® Design Series Stand Mixer with Glass Bowl in Pearl found here.
Blue Silicone Ice Cube Trays (Set of 2) found here.
Covered Sugar and Creamer found here.
White Silicone Spoon Spatula found here.
12-Inch x 16-Inch Marble Board found here.
10-Piece Tempered Glass Nesting Mixing and Prep Bowl Set found here.
8-Piece Stainless Steel Measuring Cup/Spoon Set found here.
Cookie Scoop found here.
9-Piece Stainless Steel Reusable Drinking Straw and Brush Set in Copper found here.
Today I’m joined by some of my blogging friends who are also sharing their summer drink recipes with you!
Just click the links below the images to be taken to their post…
Sugar Free Raspberry Syrup Gin Soda Cocktail – The Happy Housie
Salty Dog Grapefruit Cocktail – Jenna Kate at Home
Blueberry Lemon Summer Cocktail – My 100 Year Old Home
Easy Summer Cocktail Recipe – Modern Glam
Simple Mojito Recipe – Inspiration for Moms
Summer Tropical Berry Slushie – Cassie Bustamante
How to Make Whipped Coffee – She Gave it a Go
Avocado Banana Smoothie – Dans le Lakehouse
Coconut Milkshake – Life is a Party
Lemonade Float Bar – Clean & Scentsible
Peach Ice Tea – Paint Me Pink
Peach Lemonade Spritzer – Nick and Alicia
Kitchen Bar & Free Margaritas – My Sweet Savannah
Strawberry Lemon Tea with a Hint of Mint – Amber Tysl
Summer Beer-Ritas – This is Our Bliss
Bourbon Mint Lemonade Cocktail – Satori Design for Living
Coconut Banana Keto Smoothie – Setting for Four
Summer Sangria Slush – A Pretty Life
Refreshing Paloma Cocktails – Finding Silver Pennies
Delicious Mint Lemonade – This is Simplicite
Best Skinny Margaritas – Rooms FOR Rent
Summer Rum Punch – The Handmade Home
Basil Vodka Gimlet – Maison de Cinq