Joining the Dalgona Coffee Craze that went trending during the quarantine was easy enough since we had loads of time to do whatever and luckily, we had all the ingredients needed to make this milky, frothy drink.
I read about How to make a frothy Dalgona Coffee/Milo with only 3 ingredients on Facebook and seeing how it wasn’t so complicated, I decided to drag my husband into the kitchen to watch me make it, after all, he did the grocery and got the coffee.
I Used the Following Ingredients and Steps From the Article Above:
- 2 tablespoons of Nescafe Coffee Powder (Classic)
- 2 tablespoons of white sugar
- 2 tablespoons of water
- 500ml fresh milk (as base)
- Whisk the coffee, white sugar, and water for about 10 minutes or until you are satisfied with the frothiness.
- Add the whisked coffee onto your milk base. Done!
Let me insert how tasking it is to manually whisk the coffee to make it frothy and that you can choose to make coffee as your base and have whipped cream on your coffee. Just creative with your Barista-feels! 🙂
This Dalgona Coffee Craze had me drinking coffee and more milk in a day, and this recipe is too bitter for me that I would recommend lessening the coffee powder and adding more sugar (just because I have a sweet tooth).
At the end of the day, if this is the trouble I have to go through to get my dose of coffee, I would rather stick to regular black coffee, hot water, and sugar. Boom. Done. But for the heck of tasting a new flavor and style, this was fun, especially knowing and seeing how the coffee powder gets frothy.
I piped the coffee on the milk to make it look good, but then I forgot that I didn’t have piping skills. You know what it looks like. Hahaha!
For my finished Dalgona Coffee Craze entry, here it is!
If you haven’t done this yet, how would you prefer your Dalgona Coffee to taste like? Say it in the comments below or message me instead. Enjoy! 🙂