People Are Making Whipped Biscoff
Yes, the Belgian biscuit, which achieved cult status last year and was enjoyed in just about every form from spreads to ice creams, has now been given the Dalgona treatment.
Dalgona coffees - the whipped coffee that originated from Korea - has been trending on social media since lockdown, with everyone trying their hand at the super simple (yet big impact) method.
Instagram foodie Valentina Mussi, aka @sweetportfolio, has upgraded the coffees once more by infusing it with Biscoff and it take just two ingredients: Biscoff spread and whipping cream.
To make it, just add two to three spoonfuls of melted Biscoff spread into a bowl, add half a cup of whipping cream (you can add some extra sugar if you have a really sweet tooth), and simply grab your mixer and whisk until it is "fully incorporated and very fluffy."
Valentina suggests serving it over milk and adding a Biscoff cookie for dipping. Ever heard of anything more delicious-sounding?
If you're not on the Biscoff hype, you can do the same with Nutella.
Similar to before, the minimal effort (plus *huge* Insta impact) drink is made using just a spoonful of Nutella and one third of a cup of heaving whipping cream.
Unlike a Dalgona - which sees equal parts instant coffee, hot water and sugar whipped with an electric mixer - this one can be done with just a whisk and some elbow grease.
Simply mix your chocolate spread and cream in a bowl and after a while, it should begin to form a light, foamy cream. Mmm.
Next, simply add a dollop of the mixture on top of a cup of iced milk (a jar-type glass is best if you want to achieve Insta greatness), and decorate with a piece of chocolate.
Anyone else's mouth-watering?
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