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Coffee haters, rejoice! There’s finally a trendy TikTok beverage you can enjoy.
Inspired by Dalgona coffee, a Korean whipped coffee drink, TikToker @goldenxclouds came up with whipped lemonade. The home chef shares cooking content with her 381,000 TikTok followers but prefers to remain anonymous. Her motivation to create a Dalgona alternative was pretty simple.
“I personally don’t like coffee,” she told TODAY Food. “So I wanted to make something that looked as pleasing as the Dalgona but tasted pleasing as well for non-coffee lovers like me.”
After her whipped lemonade went viral, other TikTokers shared their own whipped summer beverage concoctions.
The drink looks heavenly. Somehow, it appears both creamy and refreshing. It’s the kind of picture-perfect treat anyone would want to share on their social media feeds.
“That looks so good,” one person commented.
“Whipped everything,” another said.
“It looks so perfect,” someone added.
Making @goldenxclouds’ version of whipped pink lemonade is fairly easy.
- Heavy whipping cream
- A packet of Pink Lemonade Kool-Aid
1. Mix the packet of Pink Lemonade Kool-Aid with heavy whipping cream using a handheld frother. This will be your foam.
2. Pour a glass of lemonade over ice.
3. Top the iced lemonade with the whipped pink lemonade foam. Enjoy.
“Whipped lemonade is going to be the biggest trend of the summer, just trust me on this,” she advised.
- 3 cups of ice
- 2 cups of Reddi-Wip
- 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk
- 1/2 cup fresh lemon juice
1. Combine the ice, Reddi-Wip, condensed milk and lemon juice in a blender. Mix until smooth.
2. Pour the drink into a glass and top with Reddi-Wip and a lemon wedge.
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