How to Make the Dalgona Coffee and Cappuccino + Review

This coffee recipe has been trending on social media for the past few days. I decided to give it a try and here’s how I did it!

Ratio 1 : 1 : 1
1 tsp of instant coffee
1 tsp of sugar
1 tsp of water
Ice cubes


– Combine all the ingredients together.
– Mix until cream texture. In my case, I used a hand mixer. If not available, you can mix it using a fork but it will take you 5-7 minutes to achieve the cream texture.
– Add ice cubes into your cup.
– Pour fresh milk.
– Top it with your coffee.
– Enjoy!

– Follow the same ingredients and procedure as the Dalgona Coffee.
– What you have to do to achieve your cappuccino is steam your milk.
– Pour your freshmilk in a pot and heat it for 2-3 minutes.
– Combine the steamed milk and cappuccino  mix in a cup and stir.
– Enjoy!

Both of the cafe-style coffee recipe are really good. Knowing that the coffee cream is only a mixture of instant coffee, sugar, and water, it is surprisingly delicious!

The procedure is also easy to follow. I did not expect to end up with an aesthetically pleasing drink for good photos but I did! Hehe.

If you have left-over coffee cream, you can store it in the refrigerator and use it for more coffee recipes and experiments.

That’s it! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial as much as I had fun trying out the recipe. Share your experience with the #OpoTitaJa and let’s have a conversation about your coffee!

What coffee recipe would you like me to try next?

5 thoughts on “How to Make the Dalgona Coffee and Cappuccino + Review

  1. I tried it using fork haha. Naputol braso ko. Kidding aside kahit failed ang pagwhisk ok pa din naman ang lasa. Not bad on my first attempt, your dalgona coffee looks very delicious!


  2. I haven’t tried this yet – but my friends have been trying this recipe and been sharing their creations online! Nakakainggit especially for a coffee lover like me! HAHAHA #OpoTitaJa will try this na nga! 😀

    Hazel |


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