Love a delicious theme? Lean into Easter this year with a morning coffee served straight from a chocolate Easter bunny cup.
You may have seen the dalgona coffee trend sweeping the internet, and putting drinks inside chocolate bunnies isn’t anything new, so I thought, why not combine the two?
If you’re not familiar with dalgona coffee, it’s instant coffee, sugar and water whipped into a thick foam that’s spooned on top of a glass of milk and ice. It’s served across India and Pakistan and called ‘beaten coffee’ and also in a similar fashion in Greece where it’s called a frappé.
You can use any instant coffee to make it, but I recommend buying the smoothest/mildest brand you can get as the foam can taste quite bitter.
The process is simple, just bite the ears off of your hollowed-out chocolate bunny of choice, and fill with ice cubes and milk, then top with the instant coffee whip and a straw for stirring.
This only works with iced coffee for fairly obvious reasons, but if you’ve got kids or don’t like coffee, a milkshake, iced chocolate, iced chai or any kind of flavoured milky drink works a treat. Decaf instant coffee is also a great workaround if you want to try the whip without the hit.
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