Dalgona Coffee Dessert Recipe | Homemade Whipped Coffee Dessert
Updated: Apr 13, 2020
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Just in time for the Easter weekend, I wanted to bring you an easy dessert recipe inspired by one of the latest food trends - Dalgona Coffee!
Dalgona Coffee - or whipped coffee, is a light and fluffy coffee foam made from 3 ingredients that can be spooned on top of milk to create an incredible iced coffee recipe.
I wanted to challenge myself to use a Dalgona Coffee recipe base and take it to the next level by turning it into an easy dessert recipe!
I've combined by homemade Dalgona Coffee with an easy white chocolate mousse to compliment the coffee flavour and give this dessert a sweet kick!
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Want to know how to make Dalgona Coffee at home? Follow the step by step recipe below to create your own homemade whipped coffee dessert!
Homemade Dalgona Coffee Ingredients
(makes 2 servings)
2 tbsp instant coffee powder
2 tbsp sugar
2 tbsp hot water
Easy White Chocolate Mousse Recipe Ingredients
(makes 2-4 servings)
125g white chocolate
200ml double cream
¼ tsp vanilla
2 egg whites
To begin, chop your chocolate into small chunks and melt in a bowl over simmering water. Set aside to cool
Whip your cream and vanilla until it forms soft peaks. In a separate bowl whisk your egg whites to stiff peaks.
Stir half the cream into the chocolate and then carefully fold in the rest of the cream trying not to knock out too much of the air. Repeat the process with the egg whites, stir in half, and then carefully fold in the remainder.
Pour the mix into your glasses and chill in the fridge for an hour until set
For the homemade Dalgona coffee, add the coffee, sugar and hot water into a mixing bowl and allow the hot water to dissolve the coffee and sugar. Whisk on a medium-high heat for 5-10 minutes until the mixture begins to froth up. It should go pale as it gets lighter and fluffier - you'll know it's ready when the peak holds on the end of the whisk.
Spoon the whipped coffee on top of the mousse. For a final (optional) decoration you can create some white chocolate curls or shavings by scraping a sharp knife along the back on your chocolate bar.
Garnish the Dalgona Coffee Mousse and serve immediately
This is a really easy coffee recipe and makes the perfect dinner party dessert so if you fancy trying it out let me know how it turns out and share your pictures on Instagram using the hashtag #MyHarryPotterKitchen and follow @BradBakes - don't forget to tag me too!
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