This Matcha Dalgona recipe might just become every matcha lover’s favorite drink! This light and airy, yet rich beverage is something you just have to try!
When you’re craving something other than coffee for a pick-me-up, consider giving matcha Dalgona a try!
With only a little effort you got yourself a gourmet drink that’s creamy and full of earthy matcha flavor.
What is Matcha Dalgona?
You may have heard of dalgona made from mixing instant coffee, water, and sugar to create a whipped foam. This recipe is similar however, we take matcha whipped with sweetener and heavy cream to create a matcha cream cold foam.
This matcha Dalgona is made from whipped heavy cream blended with a sweetener and matcha creating a rich and tasty matcha whipped cream. It’s topped with milk giving you an indulgent matcha dalgona latte.
Are matcha drinks healthy?
Matcha has many health benefits which give you even more reason to make this delicious drink including promoting relaxation, reducing stress, as well as boosting concentration and alertness.
Why is my matcha powder not bright green?
Matcha has different grades, culinary and ceremonial. Culinary-grade matcha has a duller green coloring while ceremonial matcha gives you that bright, vibrant green color. Ceremonial matcha has a higher price point.
What ingredients do I need to make matcha whipped dalgona?
- Milk – can also use your choice of milk or milk alternative. Coconut milk, almond milk, soy milk, nut milk etc.
- Heavy Cream – can also use heavy whipping cream.
- Matcha Powder – green tea leaves that have been ground into a powder.
- Sweetener – monkfruit erythritol blend, sugar, or sweetener of choice.
How to make matcha dalgona?
To make a dalgona matcha latte, whip heavy cream, sweetener, and matcha powder until stiff peaks form. Then scoop on top of your choice of milk or milk alternative.
How long does it take to make whipped matcha latte?
It only takes about 5 minutes to make a whipped matcha latte. It’s so simple, all you need is a hand mixer or frother.
What is the nutrition information for this matcha cold foam dalgona recipe?
- 324 Calories
- 3g Carbohydrates
- 1g Fiber
- 7g Protein
- 32g Fat
- 109mg Cholesterol
- 274mg Sodium
- 60mg Potassium
- 277mg Calcium
- 1mg Iron
- 1566ui Vitamin A
- 0mg Vitamin C
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Now, let’s get making this Matcha Dalgona recipe!
- Prepping Time 5M
- Total Time 5M
- Net Carb/Serv ~2g
- Servings 1
1) Gather all the ingredients.
2) Add heavy cream and sweetener into a mixing bowl and beat with a hand mixer until stiff peaks are formed, about for 2-3 minutes.
3) Next, add in Matcha Powder and mix with hand mixer until lightly incorporated, about 15-30 seconds. Note – you can sift in Matcha Powder for a smoother clump-less texture.
4) Pour Almond Milk into a cup of choice topped by Matcha Dalgona whip.
Hope you enjoy your Matcha Dalgona!
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- 3/4 Cup Almond Milk or milk of choice
- 1/3 Cup Heavy Cream
- 2 tsp Matcha Powder
- 2 tbsp Sweetener monkfruit erythritol blend, sugar or sweetener of choice
- Gather all the ingredients.
- Add heavy cream and sweetener into a mixing bowl and beat with a hand mixer until stiff peaks are formed, about for 2-3 minutes.
- Next, add in Matcha Powder and mix with hand mixer until lightly incorporated, about 15-30 seconds. Note - you can sift in Matcha Powder for a smoother clump-less texture.
- Pour almond milk into a cup of choice topped by Matcha Dalgona whip.
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