1cupmilk(unsweetened soy milk, almond milk, coconut milk, or cashew milk for keto)
Put instant coffee granules, granular Swerve, and boiling water in a large bowl. Whisk it for 2-3 minutes using the whisk attachment of an electric mixer. It should thicken with stiff peaks and get lighter in color when it’s done.
Pour milk into a large glass. Spoon the sweetened coffee foam on top of the milk.
Serve immediately with wide straws. Sugar free dalgona coffee is best enjoyed with the layers stirred together.
This is a level 1 recipe (may help support fat loss). The calories in this dessert are coming (pretty much) entirely from the milk. I prefer 2% milk for the taste plus the assortment of essential nutrients that it provides.It’s easy to make this one keto-friendly or dairy-free depending on the “milk” you use. Using a milk alternative will change the calories and other nutrition information per serving. The nutrition information below was calculated using calcium-fortified unsweetened soy milk.Sugar substitutes like Swerve are highly refined (though they are considered a natural sweetener). That said, I understand that these products can be a helpful steppingstone during a weight loss journey. I know I found them helpful, though others may do better refraining from using them.I’m impressed with how much better the sugar substitutes have become in recent years. Let me tell you, I have definitely had some baking disasters in the past with zero-calorie sweeteners that did not measure like sugar! If you've had similar bad experiences, I hope you’ll continue to experiment until you find one you like. Using sugar-free sweeteners can save you anywhere from 45-60 calories per tablespoon when substituted for honey, maple syrup, brown sugar, or white sugar. The savings can add up quickly, helping you maintain a calorie deficit for a weight loss goal.Nutrition information is for one serving of sugar free dalgona coffee made with unsweetened soymilk. Carbohydrates listed are net carbs.