Introduction: 3 Ingredients Coffee Whip | Dalgona Coffee
The whipped coffee trend has been going around for a few months and I finally decided to show you my version and also show you how to make Dalgona Coffee three different ways with the whipped coffee. This coffee whip goes by make names such as Magic Coffee Whipped Cream, Whipped Coffee, Dalgona Whipped Coffee, Magic Coffee, Cloud Coffee, Creamy Coffee Mousse, Frosty Coffee (and many more names) and the possibilities are endless on what you can do with it. I love to make coffee with it, but you can use it to frost cupcakes and other desserts, you can even eat it as is. The whipped coffee is whipped so it has really stiff peaks and the sugar makes it hold its shape for hours! It’s smooth, creamy, cloud like and frothy. Basically, if you love coffee, this recipe is a must try and its only 3 ingredients that you probably have hanging out around your house. So, if you want to see how simple it is to make this coffee whip, follow along step by step and check out my video tutorial! Let’s go!
Step 1: Ingredients
- 1/3 cup (18 g) instant coffee
- 1 cup (192 g) sugar
- 2/3 cup (156) room temperature water
Step 2: Add All Ingredients to Standing Mixer
In a bowl of a standing mixer (you can use a hand mixture) add in instant coffee, sugar and water.
Step 3: Whip
Whip on high until coffee mixture thickens and increases in volume and lightens in color this will take about 5 minutes.
Step 4: Check Sugar
Make sure sugar is completely dissolved by running a bit of the mixture in-between your fingers. There shouldn't be any graininess to it and it should be completely smooth. If it is smooth, you are read to serve.
Step 5: How the Whipped Coffee Should Look
The whipped coffee should be light in color and have stiff peaks.
Step 6: Dalgona Coffee
You can add this whipped coffee to milk (hot or cold) or black coffee or how ever you like to make coffee! The whipped coffee sits on top of the liquid and slowly mixes into the milk or black coffee. Enjoy!
Step 7: Video Tutorial
If you prefer a video tutorial, you can watch it here!