Yes, I have jumped on the whipped coffee bandwagon! I’ve been seeing this all over twitter and since I currently returned from abroad, I can’t leave my house for 2 weeks… So here’s an extra recipe this week – a keto dalgona coffee!
It is super easy to make and who knew that you could whip up instant coffee, sugar substitute and water to make it really thick? I literally had no idea.
When making this, you’ll need instant coffee. It doesn’t work with brewed coffee. As well, you will need granulated sugar substitute. Powdered will not work. You can whip this up with your hand and a whisk, but the easiest way is to use a hand or immersion blender.
I actually really enjoyed this coffee! The whipped coffee is incredibly strong but when mixed with the almond milk it is a perfect strength and not too sweet. If you are someone who enjoys unsweetened coffee, I recommend cutting the whipped coffee recipe in half. I did share this with someone who doesn’t drink sweetened coffee and they found it too sweet.. but as someone who drinks sweet coffee, I found it just right.
Hope you enjoy! If you like this, make sure to check out my keto mint chocolate chip frappuccino!
Keto Dalgona Coffee || Whipped Coffee
Easy sugar free keto dalgona coffee! This Korean drink is basically whipped coffee over iced almond milk! Totally sugar free and equally delicious.
- 2 tbsp instant coffee
- 2 tbsp sugar substitute
- 3 tbsp hot water
- almond milk
Add the instant coffee, sugar substitute and the hot water to a mixing bowl. Mix thoroughly.
Whisk the liquid using a hand mixer on medium-high until it becomes a thick consistency.
Fill a glass half full with ice.
Pour the almond milk over the ice until it's 3/4 full.
Spoon the whipped coffee over the almond milk.
Stir and enjoy!
This makes 1-2 keto dalgona coffees. Enjoy!
I just made this and the cream whipped up beautifully. I found when I drank it though that it still had that bitter instant coffee taste, almost like a citrus pith. But then I added a shot of heavy cream and that was just enough to balance the flavours for me, and I’m really enjoying sipping it on my balcony. So if you are someone, like me, who doesn’t really love instant coffee, I highly recommend this little addition. Thanks for the recipe! had a lot of fun making it (and photographing it too)!