I made the trending whipped (Dalgona) coffee using FORK and this is what happened

I’m a coffee lover and by the time I’ve hear the famous whipped coffee or DALGONA coffee circulating around the net, I also want to try making one.

But unfortunately, I don’t have whisk in my apartment and it’s not smart to go out during these trying times (I hate you COVID-19!). So, I used fork instead and this is the how I did it as well as the result:

1 . Prepare the ingredients:

Coffee, sugar, and milk

No whisk Dalgona coffee 101
2 sticks 2-grams of instant coffee
3 pcs 1.5-grams sugar
1 pc 33-gram powdered milk.

2. Mix 2 pcs sugar and the coffee in a bowl and beat it using fork for about 5-8 minutes.

Mix coffee and sugar in a bowl . Use fork, mix in circular or zigzag motion until frothy .
Beat the mixture for 5 to 8 minutes until frothy or until it will look something like this.

TIP: Use deep bowl to accumulate more air and using normal temperature of water also help produce froth more easier

3. Mix the milk and sugar (if desired) with hot water in your favorite glass or mug.

I used hot water but you can also use cold water depending on your preference.

4. Pour the coffee froth in top of the milk mixture and here is the result.

Whipped coffee using fork
I’m using my phone to capture this and it wasn’t helpful either.

5. Final say:

As I expect it doesn’t look like Dalgona Coffee or somehow a poor version of it and I was a little bit sad about it. Nevertheless, it still taste great and I’m still enjoying this glass of pleasure while writing this.

Thank you for your time! Peace to the world!


  1. Enjoyed reading this post. Coffee looks not that bad looking really good. That’s good to hear that you are a coffee lover and here it’s me too who loves coffee. Keep going. ✌😊

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    1. Haha. Thank you for the appreciation. I will try to do it with a real whisk perhaps after the quarantine time.

      Stay safe and thanks for connecting with me!


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