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Keto Dalgona Horchata

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  Published on April 20th, 2020
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  Last modified July 22nd, 2020
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Dalgona coffee has been a popular item on social media and a great change-up to your coffee game during this pandemic! But fret not, this isn't your typical dalgona that's super bitter! Haha! Quite honestly, I am not a fan of the original! So, I went HAM on it to actually make it look good and taste divine! Low and behold Keto Dalgona Horchata! Enjoy!

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Yields2 Servings
Prep Time10 minsCook Time15 minsTotal Time25 mins
Ingredients
Cookie Crumb
 ¼ tsp xanthan gum
  tsp cinnamon
 1 pinch salt
Dalgona
 ¼ tsp cinnamon
 1 pinch salt
 2 tbsp hot water
Milk
 ½ tsp cinnamon
 1 pinch salt
Caramel
 1 serving salted vanilla keto caramel
Directions
1

For the caramel follow the link and in a small saute over medium-high heat add your butter for the caramel and let brown. When brown, add the remaining ingredients and stir briefly to combine. Reduce heat to a low simmer and let simmer 12 minutes *do not stir* or it will break. Place in a squeeze bottle and add to the freezer to cool down. Reserve for later. This can be made ahead of time.

2

In a small saute pan over medium-high heat, toast off your almond flour, tossing occasionally to prevent burning and even toasting, and add remaining ingredients. Spread thinly on a small plate and place in freezer to harden. Reserve for later. This can be made ahead of time.

3

In a blender, add in all your ingredients for the 'Milk' and blend just until combined. Reserve for later.

4

Now, add all your ingredients for the dalgona into a medium mixing bowl and whisk on medium with a hand mixer until thick like me and oh so light and golden!

5

Chill your glass of choice briefly. Remove and dip the rim of the glass in a bit of caramel and then straight into the cookie crumb mix.

6

Pour in the 'Milk' mixture and top with the dalgona using a spoon.

7

Sprinkle with a bit more cookie crumb, a drizzle of caramel around the rim, and a pinch of flake salt.

8

Serve your delicious keto dalgona horchata coffee and enjoy!

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Ingredients

Ingredients
Cookie Crumb
 ¼ tsp xanthan gum
  tsp cinnamon
 1 pinch salt
Dalgona
 ¼ tsp cinnamon
 1 pinch salt
 2 tbsp hot water
Milk
 ½ tsp cinnamon
 1 pinch salt
Caramel
 1 serving salted vanilla keto caramel

Directions

Directions
1

For the caramel follow the link and in a small saute over medium-high heat add your butter for the caramel and let brown. When brown, add the remaining ingredients and stir briefly to combine. Reduce heat to a low simmer and let simmer 12 minutes *do not stir* or it will break. Place in a squeeze bottle and add to the freezer to cool down. Reserve for later. This can be made ahead of time.

2

In a small saute pan over medium-high heat, toast off your almond flour, tossing occasionally to prevent burning and even toasting, and add remaining ingredients. Spread thinly on a small plate and place in freezer to harden. Reserve for later. This can be made ahead of time.

3

In a blender, add in all your ingredients for the 'Milk' and blend just until combined. Reserve for later.

4

Now, add all your ingredients for the dalgona into a medium mixing bowl and whisk on medium with a hand mixer until thick like me and oh so light and golden!

5

Chill your glass of choice briefly. Remove and dip the rim of the glass in a bit of caramel and then straight into the cookie crumb mix.

6

Pour in the 'Milk' mixture and top with the dalgona using a spoon.

7

Sprinkle with a bit more cookie crumb, a drizzle of caramel around the rim, and a pinch of flake salt.

8

Serve your delicious keto dalgona horchata coffee and enjoy!

Keto Dalgona Horchata

Discussion

  1. Trevor Wills says:

    The serving size is 1/2 a coffee? How about make the serving size 1 coffee and don’t make the macros look better than it is.

    1. Hi, Trevor. This recipe was contributed from an outside recipe contributor, but I believe that the recipe was meant to be made for 2 people. Feel free to halve the recipe to make enough for just one.

  2. Trevor says:

    Ok, serving size is 1 coffee and this recipe makes 2 servings.

  3. So silly question but don’t you need some form of liquid to mix with the coffee itself to make it fluffy?? Am I missing that step some how in the directions?

    1. Hi, Melinda. Thank you for reaching out! Yes, the recipe has been updated to include 2 tbsp of hot water needed.

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