6 second take: The power of a person’s mind is directly proportional to the quality of coffee they drink, especially if they are drinking Ankle Biter Dalgona coffee.
Ankle Biter Dalgona Coffee is a delicious and fun way to enjoy your morning cup of joe. This unique twist on the popular Dalgona coffee trend is perfect for those who prefer a lighter, sweeter coffee experience.
- 1cup ice
- ⅔cup milk
- 2tablespoons hot water
- 1tablespoon Bull and Bear Brew Irrational Exuberance™
- 1tablespoon sugar
- Combine coffee, sugar, and hot water in a tall container.
- Whip until soft peaks form.
- Use a handheld milk frother and in less than a minute of whisking, the dark brown coffee will turn into a golden, toffee color as it fluffs up. Make sure to move the milk frother up and down to get as much air into it. Once it forms soft peaks, it’s ready.
- Pour milk into a cup of ice.
- Spoon Dalgona on top.
- Stir well before drinking.
- To make a taller serving, double the ingredients by whipping 2 tablespoons coffee, 2 tablespoons sugar, and 4 tablespoons hot water. Be aware that this is a lot of caffeine!
- Regular instant coffee will work but I prefer the Irrational Exuberance from Bull and Bear Brew since it taste better.
- Any kind of milk can be used from whole milk to nut milk.
- Dalgona coffee can be made by using a hand whisk or by putting coffee, sugar, and hot water into an airtight container and shaking it until frothy. Both methods will take longer than a handheld milk frother.
Calories: 163 | Carbohydrates: 24g | Protein: 6g | Fat: 5g | Saturated Fat: 3g | Cholesterol: 16mg | Sodium: 85mg | Potassium: 391mg | Sugar: 20g | Vitamin A: 264IU | Calcium: 184mg | Iron: 1mg
WHAT IS ANKLE BITER?
- Ankle biter is a slang term for a stock with market capitalization of less than $500 million.
- It can also be used to refer to startups that challenge behemoth incumbents in established industries.
- Growth of Internet ecosystem, which allows startups to scale their operations without much investment, has led to the emergence of an “ankle biter economy”.