Try These Dalgona Drinks With Milk Tea Or Milo If You Don't Take Coffee

Kayang-kaya niyo 'to gawin at home.
by Ysa Singson for Cosmo.ph   |  Apr 2, 2020
Image: YOUTUBE/Erwan Heussaff 
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First, there was "Dalgona Coffee," a TikTok trend that tested the strength of my wrist ('cause I do not own a hand mixer or even a whisk). Next, Erwan Heussaff changed the game by introducing "Dalgona Milo"—a special treat for non-coffee drinkers which requires making a Milo "syrup" (Milo, sugar, and water), drizzling it on top of whipped cream and whisking everything together before spooning on top of cold milk.

But there's no way we're stopping there, right? Healthy Foodie PH is here to bless your week with "Dalgona Milk Tea." What's really great is that there are two recipes, dairy and non-dairy, so no one has to feel left out.

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For the non-dairy recipe, you'll be needing: five bags of Black Tea, hot water, half a cup of muscovado sugar, two egg whites, your choice of milk, and ice! The dairy option is a little easier to make, you just need 250 ml of all-purpose cream, two packs of milk tea powder, milk, and ice.

We know you've probably been dreaming about milk tea for weeks. Try these at home to satisfy those cravings.

This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.

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