How To Make Whipped Coffee At Home

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Looking for a great new whipped coffee recipe? It is definitely easier than running to your local coffee shop and buying that huge, expensive espresso machine. Now you can make that cup of coffee you have always dreamed of making in your own kitchen. It really is as simple as that. You just need a coffee bean, a blender, some water and sugar or any sweetener of your choice. You simply put in the coffee and blend away.

Most Common Ingredients

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The most common ingredients are instant coffee, some milk and a touch of honey. There are many variations of the whipped coffee recipe, depending on your taste and the sweetness of the milk you use. If you want a healthier option you can substitute yogurt for the milk and yogurt also can be used in place of sugar in the beginning stages. However, it should never be added to the mix until after the frothing stage. Once added, you do not want to go back.

A good way to try and make whipped coffee recipe healthier is to use natural ingredients. For instance, instead of using instant coffee use brewed hazelnut or almond coffee. For the maple syrup, try making with organic maple syrup from Canada. There are many recipes online you can try, but it really comes down to your personal preference.

Start With Freshly Ground Coffee

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The first step to getting the perfect frothy whipped coffee recipe is to start with freshly ground coffee. The longer the grind the better -ground coffee has more robust flavors. Next, choose your favorite combination of flavors and then start blending. Try to keep your blend within two inches of the creaser or one inch at the most. You do not want to strain the coffee when it is still slightly warm, because then it will be more concentrated.

For a whipped coffee recipe that is not too sweet, substitute some sugar or even molasses for the espresso. If you would like to add some milk, try a good quality milk substitute, but do not use much. I find it best to use about 1 tablespoon of molasses in the espresso for each cup of coffee. If you are not sure what to do with the molasses, try mixing it in with the Instant Espresso and then trying to blend it with the hot coffee.

Process Of Making Coffee

Now let’s get to the fun part! Mix the coffee beans together in a large bowl, and then add in the molasses and stir until combined. Then grab your Instant Espresso and measure out your desired amount of whipped coffee mix, and set that aside. Once the coffee is completely mixed, pour it into your coffee mug, and then grab a measuring cup. Once you have measured out your desired amount, then grab a measuring spoon and the whipped coffee mix into your cup.

Pour your coffee mixture into your mug and then place in your electric coffee maker, or if you are using a stovetop maker, bring the water to a boil and then turn the coffee on to start your delicious Iced Coffee. Give the coffee a few minutes to dissolve the creamer, then grab a long plastic spoon and turn this over so that the cream begins to run into the bowl. Scoop up some of the whipped coffee and then put it into your mugs or tea cups. You will now want to heat your second cup of water and then set the pot on the stove top, so that the water gets hot and also comes to a boil.

Bottom Line

When the water begins to boil, then take your measuring cup and pour in your desired amount of sugar. Stir this in with the coffee, and after this, you simply repeat the process with your second cup of water. It is important to note that you may not be able to get the exact consistency of whipped cream as you desire by measuring out the amount of both the molasses and the sugar at once. That is why you need to mix the two together first, then measure out the ingredients into their own containers. The molasses and the sugar can be stirred together until they are a coarse flour, and then you can begin to measure out your cup of instant coffee according to the measurements that you have previously made.

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