How To Make: 2 Dalgona Coffee Recipes


Dalgona coffees have taken over my life, to the point where we are running out of oat and rice milk at an alarming rate. My first attempt didn't go so well and based off that one experience I was ready to give up. But something in me last week switched when I received my matcha powder. After successfully making a matcha "dalgona" I decided to try making a coffee one again but this time using alcohol after my colleague sent me a dalgona martini recipe.

Here are two of my favourite dalgona recipes that work:


Chocolate Cream Liqueur Dalgona:
If you like me, aren't the biggest coffee fan and like adding syrups and flavours to your drinks at coffee shops, this ones for you. A creamy, rich and strong alternative is what I would call this one.

Ingredients for one serving:
  • 2 teaspoons of instant coffee
  • 1 teaspoon of granulated sugar
  • Chocolate cream liqueur or try a Irish Cream liqueur
  • Milk (I use rice or oat milk)
  • Water
  • Ice cubes

1. Start off by pouring the instant coffee into a bowl, followed by the sugar.
2. Pour in enough hot water that the granules disappear, then whisk until the mixture turns light brown and takes on a fluffy/ whipped texture
3. Place some ice in your glass of choice and pour in your milk two thirds of the way
4. Add in your liqueur to your taste, make it as strong as you like
5. Pour in your whipped coffee and enjoy!



Matcha Dalgona:
This one is a nice alternative for those who aren't huge fans of coffee. One thing I love about matcha is that it can take a slight white chocolate flavour sometimes. A lot of people use egg whites to make their recipe but I'm not looking to waste any eggs at the moment, plus recipes are more fun when they're vegan friendly!

Ingredients for one serving:
  • 2 tablespoons of matcha powder
  • 2 tablespoons Coconut cream / milk
  • 2/3 teaspoons of granulated sugar
  • Milk
  • Ice cubes

1. Take two tablespoons of coconut cream and whisk till stiff - make sure your coconut cream is as solid as possible, if not place it in the freezer for a few minute to help solidify it. It will save you so much time.
2. Add in your sugar and pour in your matcha powder, I said 2 tablespoons but feel free to add in as much as you like, I like mine quite strong as the milk does dilute the taste a bit.
3. Grab a glass and put your ice in, followed by your milk. In my opinion rice milk tastes best with this recipe
4. Scoop your matcha mixture ontop of the milk and stir in
5. Enjoy!

Now that I've mastered these two recipes, I'm going to look into experimenting more with flavours, I mean what else is there to do in lockdown? If you have a flavour you love please feel free to share it down below and who knows I may give it a try!

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until the next post.
with love, yossy

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