A lot of people like to drink coffee, but not everyone wants to spend the time making it. Some people like iced coffee, some want hot coffee. Making whipped cream is an easy way for a person who doesn’t have much cooking experience to make themselves a cup of coffee with no effort at all!
No one wants to drink instant coffee, but a lot of people don’t want to wait for the right amount of time it takes to make regular coffee. The good news is that you can have your whipped cream and enjoy your delicious cup o’ joe at the same time! All you need are these three ingredients: heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and vanilla extract.
What’s great about this recipe is that not only does it taste amazing, but also it will give you some additional nutrients like potassium which helps regulate blood pressure! What could be better than tasty iced coffee? Whip up a batch in less than five minutes – all without taking any extra trips outside or waiting for anything else other than the milk mixture to cool.
This recipe to make Whipped Coffee is really simple
- You start with whipping your heavy cream until it’s stiff, then add in the vanilla extract and powdered sugar.
- When you are whisking the mixture, pour in a little bit of milk at a time so that it doesn’t become too thin or watery.
- If there is some leftover whipped cream after making this drink, try adding them into an iced coffee for extra sweetness.
Tips on Making Whipped Coffee Without Instant Coffee:
-Start by whipping your heavy cream until it’s stiff, then add in the vanilla extract and powdered sugar. When you are whisking the mixture, pour in a little bit of milk at a time so that it doesn’t become too thin or watery. If there is some leftover whipped cream after making this drink, try adding them into an iced coffee for extra sweetness. You can even use these ingredients to create different kinds of milkshakes!
-Use cold ice cubes to help cool down the milk while brewing your espresso shots (or any other type of hot liquid) – it’ll also chill out any remaining tea from earlier as well if you needed to make it cold.
-Brew your coffee, and pour it over ice cubes in a large glass cup or ceramic tumbler that can hold the volume of milk you would like to use for this recipe (roughly one-half to three-quarters full).
-Add about two tablespoons of heavy cream into the cup. Add powdered sugar if desired.
-Pour the milk into a small pitcher and try to add as little air as possible when doing so.
-Stir or shake until frothy, then pour the whipped cream back into the cup with your coffee. Stir again before drinking if it starts settling on top of one another because there’s too much separation between layers in your cup!
-If you’re feeling adventurous, you can also experiment with different flavors by adding them to the whipping cream before shaking (such as vanilla extract for an extra sweet taste) and pouring these over a hot beverage such as tea or cocoa instead of using cold coffee.