100-Calorie Dalgona Coffee + More Low-Calorie Coffee Drink Recipes
Have you seen that frothy Dalgona coffee that's all over the internet? The trend started in Korea, and then people went nuts for it on TikTok. Since I love making coffee drinks (and suddenly have a lot of time on my hands), I decided to create one that has a lot less sugar and calories. Try it!
P.S. Feel free to use whatever low-calorie sweetener and milk you have on hand.
Entire recipe: 100 calories, 2.5g total fat (0g sat. fat), 180mg sodium, 24.5g carbs, 0.5g fiber, 12g sugars, 1.5g protein
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2 tbsp. instant coffee granules
1 tbsp. sugar
1 tbsp. monk fruit sweetener (like the kind by Health Garden)
2 cups ice
1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
In a large bowl, combine coffee, sugar, and sweetener. Add 2 tbsp. hot water, and beat with a hand mixer until frothy, 2 - 3 minutes.
Fill a tall glass with ice, and add milk.
Top with the frothy coffee mixture.
MAKES 1 SERVING
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