Pink Pitaya Dalgona Coffee

Have you tried a Pink Pitaya Dalonga Coffee? If the answer is no, then you should! Sarah Seemann @lifewithsarahse has made this super delicious pink coffee with Dipper recipe - based on a whipped coffee foam poured over vanilla soy milk (and possibly ice cream) served with a Coffee Dipper.

It is delicious both as an iced coffee and hot coffee.

So if you should treat yourself a little one afternoon or serve a cup of coffee with a little extra to friends and family, then this coffee is super delicious.

Photo: Sarah Seemann

The recipe for a cup of Pink Pitaya Dalongo Coffee comes here:

Coffee foam:

2 tablespoons instant coffee

2 tablespoons sugar

2 tablespoons boiling water

1 glass of vanilla soy milk

1 teaspoon pink pitaya powder

The ingredients are whipped together with a hand mixer or a whisk. The ingredients should be whipped together until they form a creamy firm foam.

Iced coffee: Put ice cubes in a glass, fill the glass with about ¾ vanilla soy milk (or your favorite milk) and add the coffee foam.

Hot coffee: Heat the milk, fill the glass with about ¾ milk and a teaspoon of pink pitaya powder and add the coffee foam.

Eat your coffee with your favorite Coffee Dipper. Bon appetite!

On the photo you see a Cognac Toffee, but Irish Coffee or Lumumba Coffee Dippers also taste great and so does the Espresso Martini Cocktail lollipop They can all be found in the webshop.

If you are more in a party mood, look here for the delicious cocktails where our cocktail lollipops are used. Many of the cocktail recipes are adapted so that they fit especially well with selected cocktail lollipops. For example, we have a recipe for a Lolligroni, a Jolly-Rock 75 or Reindeer Rudolf.

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