Easy Pumpkin Whipped Coffee

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Introduction: Easy Pumpkin Whipped Coffee

I have been enjoying the Whipped Coffee (Dalgona Coffee.) trend. It looks pretty and also tastes great too, but I'm just a fan of whipped things. Chocolate Mousse is my weakness! So I thought I would experiment a bit with Whipped Coffee and share my Pumpkin version that I came up with for Fall.

Enjoy and please share your results/opinions if you give it a try!

***This can easily be made dairy free, see notes on the ingredients page.***

Step 1: Ingredients!

Serving Size: 2

Whipped Pumpkin Spiced Coffee

2 T. Hot Water

2 T. Granulated Sugar

2 T. Instant Coffee Powder

1/2 Teaspoon of Pumpkin Pie Spice (Increase to 1 Teaspoon if you prefer a more spiced flavor)

Pumpkin Creamer

2 Cups of Milk (Or Non-Dairy Alternative, Soy works great!)

4 T. Pumpkin Puree

1 Teaspoon Granulated Sugar

***Note: You can sub the 2% milk for your choice of non-dairy alternatives. I make this with Soy milk for myself and it turns out just as yummy. I haven't tried it with other alternatives yet, but if you do let me know how it turns out!***

Step 2: Prep Coffee Part 1!

In a medium sized bowl, measure out your coffee, sugar, and pumpkin spice.

Step 3: Prep Coffee Part 2!

Put on a small pan of water to boil, you only need 2 Tablespoons.

Once water heats up, add the 2 Tablespoons needed to your coffee mixture and begin to whisk together.

Step 4: Whip That Coffee!

Whip it good!

And then some more, until your arm feels like falling off....or you can use an electric hand mixer with a whisk attachment if it's too early in the morning for that.

Whip until soft, stiff peaks form as shown in the last photo.

Step 5: Make the Creamer!

Combine your choice of dairy or non-dairy alternative, pumpkin puree, and sugar into a sauce pan.

Place on medium-high heat and bring to a simmer, whisking on occasion to combine ingredients.

Step 6: Portion the Pumpkin Creamer!

Once the creamer has been brought to a simmer, split it between two glasses/mugs of your choosing.

Step 7: Finishing Touches!

Lastly, add your whipped spiced coffee on top of the portioned creamer.

I used a piping bag because it was less of a mess than just spooning it in. I also dusted the top of the coffee with a little extra cinnamon.

And there you have it, nice and easy - fancy looking Whipped Pumpkin Spiced Coffee.

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    15 Comments

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    prickly vegan
    prickly vegan

    9 months ago

    thanks for including a dairy-free suggestion!
    Does the 'pumpkin puree' mean canned pie filling, or fresh puree? Fresh is so much runnier than the magical canned stuff...which is so much harder/more expensive to get outside of the US. :(
    Anyway, thanks for the inspiration!

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    Stephanefalies
    Stephanefalies

    Reply 9 months ago

    It can be either fresh or puree. Since this is only being used to flavor the creamer which is liquid anyway, the consistency of the pumpkin puree won't effect it. 🙂

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    JonathanV107
    JonathanV107

    9 months ago

    how do you drink this? with a straw?

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    Stephanefalies
    Stephanefalies

    Reply 9 months ago

    Straw or sip! You will want to give it a good stir though so the creamer and whipped coffee mix together for a more even flavor.

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    Titus Elliott
    Titus Elliott

    9 months ago

    This looks so good! I'm going to make it as soon as I can, thanks!

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    Stephanefalies
    Stephanefalies

    Reply 9 months ago

    Thank you! Hope you enjoy it.

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    Nikita Maree
    Nikita Maree

    1 year ago

    I love pumpkin and I love coffee. This is definitely for me. Can't wait to try this.

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    karmita1225
    karmita1225

    1 year ago

    I am hungry, wow delicious!!

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    lindseylinks
    lindseylinks

    1 year ago on Step 7

    Ohhhhhh myyyyyyyy!!!! This looks good!!!!!

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    NirL
    NirL

    1 year ago

    Looks great! I'll try it :)
    If you don't like whipping it for that long... try this (I don't usually post my instructables in comments but I really do believe it would save you the pain!!!):
    https://www.instructables.com/id/Tiny-Electric-Whi...

    The point is - you can use an electric whipper to do this! and if you don't have one, my instructable shows you how to make one for your electric drill :)

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    seamster
    seamster

    1 year ago

    Dang, this looks delicious!

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    Stephanefalies
    Stephanefalies

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you! I thought it was tasty.🙂