Whipped Coffee Recipe

whipped coffee

I do not have Tick Tock; however, I do have Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube where these viral videos and trends get posted. And, as a self-proclaimed coffee addict, needing to try this Whipped Coffee trend would have to be blogged for all to then see its amazingness. Now you won’t see me do videos or YouTube tutorials or Pinterest video pins, but I will take a ton of pictures of my making this coffee.

Monica holding whipped coffee

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Published January 23, 2022
Updated March 23, 2022
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Just a Quick Pick-Me-Up

This morning, as I sent our four kids out of the house with my husband Tyler, knowing they were going to church without me, and sitting down watching church online, I just needed a pick-me-up. Why did I send them out without me you ask? Well, back in December I had a severe sinus infection, then in January I got the plague, and now a sinus infection is back. Along with the sinus infection that reared its ugly head, I was gifted with waking up with my left eye crusted shut. That sucker was red and itchy and gross. Pink eye. Ugh. The worst of the worst. So to isolate myself, once again, at home instead of enjoying the joys of seeing people, I treated myself with Whipped Coffee.

I remember back when our oldest son, Samuel, had pink eye back in 4K. He shared it with Tyler and I for close to two months. Not lying. Have you ever tried to put necessary eye drops into a 4-year-old? Yeah, it is NOT fun. Needless to say, in straddling his little body with one of us prying his eyes open, we both got pink eye. Fast forward eight years now, I am praying that this ends with me and results in a quick turnaround of health. However, being on my fifth round of antibiotics since Thanksgiving cannot help.

Long story short, I am currently sitting in our living room, watching church and drinking this Whipped Coffee in my pajamas and slippers. Here is a huge shout-out to my mom for the Old Navy purple plaid shirt!

What will you need to make this coffee?

First off, having a good way to whisk the coffee is the most important element of this recipe. However, if you have biceps or forearms that can handle whisking in a bowl for ten minutes, more power to you! I, on the other hand, am just getting over the plague and do NOT want to waste my energy (prior to coffee of course) on whisking when there are other options. Using my KitchenAid mixer and whisk attachment was just perfect for this recipe. It made short work of whisking the coffee for sure! Our KitchenAid mixer is beloved by our family, as it assists with dinner and food prep on an almost daily basis.
This beaut below is on sale right now on Amazon! Go check it out and take advantage of their free shipping. A few years ago, a good friend gifted me with a vintage white KitchenAid mixer that her brother and sister-in-law received at their wedding. She had never used it, and our friends used it twice. I was so unbelievably blessed she thought of me when they were wanting to re-home the mixer. As a result, in the past few years, it has been well-loved.

KitchenAid Mixer
Whisk attachment
Instant coffee
Hot water
Sugar
Glass
Ice
Milk
That is it! The list of ingredients to make this coffee drink are much less than you’d expect. Instant coffee, water, sugar and milk. Pretty simple! If you want to add coffee creamer or syrup, then that helps to elevate your drink. Personally, I added some caramel syrup on the inside of the glass. Not only did it look pretty, but it added a caramel flavor that was subtle and sweet.

Whipped Coffee Recipe

Ingredients

2 Tbsp instant coffee
1 cup milk
2 Tbsp HOT water
1 Tbsp flavored syrup
1/3 cup coffee creamer (optional)
2 Tbsp sugar

ingredients for whipped coffee on countertop

Directions

1. Firstly, heat 2 Tbsp water in a microwavable dish until hot. To make sure there was enough water after heating it up, I microwaved 3 Tbsp for one minute and then measured out the needed 2 Tbsp once warm.

instant coffee with kitchenaid mixer on countertop to make whipped coffee

2. Secondly, in the bowl of a KitchenAid mixer, add 2 Tbsp HOT water.

warm water in bowl of kitchenaid mixer

3. Thirdly, add 2 Tbsp sugar to the hot water. You can choose to use brown sugar instead of white sugar, or whichever sweetener you use.

add sugar to hot water in bowl of kitchenaid mixer

4. Fourthly, add 2 Tbsp instant coffee to the water and sugar in the bowl of the KitchenAid mixer. I had regular instant coffee on hand, however if you prefer to use decaf, go ahead and use decaf. We are not typically fans of using instant coffee, but a while ago I did purchase a jar so when we accidentally run out of coffee we will not scream in agony or withdrawal. For this Whipped Coffee recipe, instant coffee works perfect and is also recommended! And to be honest, sometimes if our coffee decides to be a little weak, I add 1/2 tsp to give my morning cup a little spunk.

add instant coffee to hot water and mix with whisk attachment on kitchenaid mixer

5. Next, insert the whisk attachment, lock the KitchenAid mixer, plug it in and turn slowly to high whisking until stiff, around 3-5 minutes if necessary.

lock kitchenaid mixer

6. While the coffee is whisking, grab a glass and add syrup flavor if using. We had a bottle of Hershey’s Caramel syrup in the fridge that was just perfect for this recipe. To add it, tilt the glass at an angle and drizzle the syrup on the edges of the glass all pretty-like, then, as you drink your coffee, you get random drips and tastes of caramel. Yumm.

7. Then add ice cubes to the glass and fill half with milk or 1/3 cup coffee creamer if you are using it. This time I used milk, and not creamer, as the syrup will add a delicious flavor to the drink.

add ice cubes and milk to glass with caramel syrup

8. When the coffee has stiff peaks and fully whisked, pour on top of the milk in the glass. Use a spatula to help scoop all of the whipped coffee amazingness out of the bowl and then into your cup.. Trust me, you will want it all in your glass and not washed down the drain.

Enjoy!
~Monica

whipped coffee in glass with milk and ice cubes

Recipe for Whipped Coffee

Ingredients

2 Tbsp instant coffee
1 cup milk
2 Tbsp HOT water
2 Tbsp sugar
1/3 cup coffee creamer (optional)
1 Tbsp flavored syrup

Directions for Whipped Coffee

1. Firstly, heat 2 Tbsp water in a microwavable dish until hot. To make sure there was enough water after heating it up, I microwaved 3 Tbsp for one minute and then measured out the needed 2 Tbsp.
2. Secondly, in the bowl of a KitchenAid mixer, add 2 Tbsp HOT water.
3. Thirdly, add 2 Tbsp sugar to the hot water.
4. Fourthly, add instant coffee to the water and sugar.
5. Fifth, insert the whisk attachment, lock the KitchenAid mixer, plug it in and turn slowly to high whisking until stiff; around 3-5 minutes if necessary.
6. While the coffee is whisking, grab a glass and add syrup flavor if using.
7. Then add ice cubes to the glass and fill half with milk or 1/3 cup coffee creamer if you are using it.
8. When the coffee has stiff peaks and fully whisked, pour on top of the milk in the glass. Use a spatula to help scoop all of the whipped coffee amazingness out of the bowl and into the prepared cup.

whipped coffee in glass on countertop

Published by Monica's Scratch Kitchen

I have not always had the skills to cook and bake from scratch. As a young wife, I bought every meal frozen or boxed and presented it to my husband with a flourish, believing myself a decadent cook. As our budget shrunk, and our family grew, I looked for ways to stretch our money to nourish our kids with the best for their hungry appetites. Hoping to find recipes and meals that they would love to eat. Through the last 5 years, I have learned so many cooking and baking lessons, and experienced many wins and failures. Come along with me on this journey as I share my recipes that work, how to make them on the cheap, and my tips and tricks to get my kids to eat homemade deliciousness! I will also share updates to our house that we have done in the last year since our move. With one income, we do most of the work ourselves and with amazing family and friends to help out, cutting costs but keeping style and money in the bank! I am a wife and mother of 3 boys and 1 princess. When I was a kid, I remember being asked what I wanted to be or do when I grew up. My response was, "a mom", and I am proud to grow up and be a mom to 4 amazing kids! Samuel is 11, Matthew is 8, Levi is 4, and Elliana is almost 2. We have been blessed to have kids who love to explore foods, to try new recipes, and enjoy helping us around the house. With 4 kids, you better believe they help clean! My husband Tyler and I have been married almost 13 years. We love our kids, we love outdoors, camping, canoeing, grilling, watching movies, and just hanging out making memories. A few years ago I gifted Tyler with his own "menu" book, where we write meals and foods we have loved to eat. Weekly our family decides what our meals will be and I make up a grocery list with what we need. It literally is my favorite chore! I love to shop, so shopping for food on a budget is my biggest win! Thank you for taking the time and visiting my site, Subscribe so you do not miss a post! Keep coming back to hear about new recipes, updates on our home, fun times with our kids, and how to make homemade deliciousness! ~Monica

2 thoughts on “Whipped Coffee Recipe

  1. Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You clearly know what youre talking about, why waste your intelligence on just posting videos to your blog when you could be giving us something informative to read?

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