This Dalgona Coffee a.k.a whipped iced coffee, has been making waves all over social media for the last month! As a devote iced coffee lover, I was intrigued to see if it was worth the hype – and for me, it didn’t disappoint!

Since you have to whip the coffee until soft peaks from before mixing it with the milk, the iced coffee has a significantly silkier and creamier texture than regular iced coffee – the flavour is also richer. I vamped mine up with some nutella and oreos because…why not? I recommend trying it if you’re craving a coffee treat!

Ingredients
  • 1 table spoon instant coffee (for a stronger coffee use 2 table spoons)
  • 2 table spoons of white sugar
  • 1 table spoon of hot water (if you use 2 table spoons of coffee, use 2 table spoons of hot water)
  • 6 ice cubes
  • 1 cup of milk
  • nutella (optional)
  • 2 oreo cookies (optional)

How To: Create your rich coffee treat

  1. Boil some water.
  2. Optional: remove oreo filling and crush oreos by placing in a plastic wrap or ziploc bag, use a cup to crush oreos until they are fine crumbs. Set aside.
  3. Optional: lace cup with nutella using a small spoon.
  4. Put coffee and sugar in a bowl.
  5. Then add hot water and whisk (this will take about 3-5 minutes) or use a handheld electrical mixer until soft peaks form as pictured below.
  6. Add ice cubes to your cup and then milk. Top with whipped coffee and then crushed oreos.
  7. Mix in whipped coffee to milk by stirring a few times and voila!
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As always, thank you for visiting Bajan Bite. I hope you enjoyed the read and tag me @bajanbite on Instagram or Facebook on your creations! 🙂

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