If you’re thinking coffee, we’re on the same boat. Let’s admit, pretty much everyone in town has tried Dalgona Coffee, right? If you’ve enjoyed making it and would like to spice up the coffee game, this is the post for you. We’ve found 5 other effortlessly coffee recipes you can try at home other than Dalgona Coffee!
5 Effortless Coffee Recipes Other Than Dalgona Coffee
1. Bulletproof Coffee
Different from what you might have expected, Bulletproof Coffee is essentially butter and coffee! If you’re indeed seeking new ideas to add a rich and creamy texture to your cup of morning coffee, this is the one for you. Additionally, here’s a fun fact, did you know Bulletproof Coffee is a high-calorie coffee drink that intends to replace breakfast? That’s why it’s so popular amongst low-carb dieters!
- 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter
- 40ml of coffee
Once you’ve brewed your usual cup of black coffee, top it offer with 2 tablespoons of unsalted butter and you’re ready to go! Oh here’s a tip: Remember to add the butter while the coffee is still hot!
2. Coffee Milkshake
When the clock strikes 12 o’clock at noon, you know the sun is already high in the sky and you are starting to feel the heat. Next up on our list is Coffee Milkshake. Perfect to kick off the heat, this is a coffee beverage that sounds fancy but only needs 4 ingredients! Moreover, the best part is you only need 10 minutes to make this flavour-rich and smooth milkshake!
- 3/4 cup of cold milk
- 2 tablespoons of instant coffee
- 2 tablespoons of drinking cocoa powder
- 4 scoops of vanilla ice cream
As simple as it is, make your coffee as usual and let it cool. Then mix all the ingredients in the blender until it is silky smooth and your milkshake is done!
3. Coffee Cube Latte
Iced coffee beverages are great, but it’s not so tempting when the ice starts to melt and dilutes the coffee. But for this recipe, that’s not going to happen! Wondering why? Well, that’s because instead of freezing water to make ice, we’re going to freeze coffee to make coffee ice cubes! What’s better is that you can store these coffee ice for as long as you want and it’s perfect for a quick caffeine fix.
- 2 cups of coffee
- 1/2 cup of warm milk
Make 2 cups of your usual black coffee and put aside to cool slightly. Once it is cooled, pour the coffee into ice cube trays and freeze overnight. Now, all you need to do is pop 4-6 coffee ice cubes in a glass and pour warm milk over it.
4. Yuanyang Tea (Hong Kong Style Coffee Milk Tea)
If you’re a regular who often visits Hong Kong-style restaurants, we’re quite certain that you’ve heard of Yuanyang Tea (鸳鸯) before. If you have never heard of it, it is essentially a beverage that features coffee and milk tea. Not an overpowering coffee or tea flavour, but it has a perfect balance of both worlds! So, if on any day you can’t choose between coffee or tea, here’s a drink for you!
- 500ml of black tea
- 200ml of black coffee
- 100ml of fresh milk
- 3 tablespoon of sugar
Brew a cup of black tea and a cup of black coffee as usual. In a separate jar, mix together the tea, coffee, milk and sugar. And it’s done! Oh and if you like it cold, just place it in the fridge for 30 minutes!
5. Irish Coffee
Last on our list of effortlessly easy coffee recipes is something different from the previous one. Many of us enjoy a cup of coffee in the morning or in the afternoon. But the Irish Coffee is a sweet treat that is more suitable for the evenings. Splashed with a touch of Irish Whiskey to enjoy with your dinner, this cocktail simply requires only 4 ingredients to make!
- 1 cup of coffee
- 1 tablespoon of sugar
- 3 tablespoons of whiskey
- Whipped cream
Make a cup of black coffee and pour it into a glass. While it is still hot, add sugar and mix until it is dissolved. Lastly, add whiskey and top with some whipped cream. And it’s done!
Make A Fancy Yet Quick Coffee In Less Than 10 Minutes
We have reached the end of the list of ‘5 Effortless Coffee Recipes You Need To Try At Home Other Than Dalgona Coffee’. After the much raved Dalgona Coffee on the internet, we hope this list will come in handy for those who want to take a further step with their usual coffee. Lastly, let us know if you have any suggestions for new coffee recipes. See you in the next post!
The article is written by Joe Sin Lim.