Wipped Matcha (Matcha Dalgona)

A matcha latte is a sweet, creamy, comforting drink. Sometimes of course, you may want to step it up a bit and give it some flair. That's where the Dalgona Matcha Latte comes in! This whipped matcha is topped with matcha foamy cream - it's delicious and it looks gorgeous!

What Is Dalgona 'Whipped' Coffee?

Dalgona coffee recipes have recently taken over the internet by storm! It inspired a lot of people to get creative with their at-home beverages. The name Dalgona came from South Korea and it actually means, honeycomb candy. Dalgona coffee is a whipped coffee drink made with instant coffee, sweetener of your choice, and hot hot. You whip them up and it creates a frothy smooth, almost like a soft cloud consistency! It's pure magic and can be served with hot, warm, or cold drink, preferably milk. Now, you don't have to pay $8.50 for a barista-style coffee drink!

What is Dalgona 'Whipped' Matcha?

My take on this amazingly beautiful drink is made slightly different than the coffee dalgona. Though it's still considered "coffee", it actually doesn't have any coffee in it! You create the frothy smooth texture with whipping cream, your choice of sweetener, a sprinkle of vanilla extract, and some delicious matcha powder! It tastes just as good, (maybe even better!) And it may become your favorite over the Dalgona Coffee!

How Long Does It Take To Made Whipped Matcha?

I've seen people make this glorious drink using egg whites, but in my opinion, it takes way too much work, and you have extra dishes to clean. In this recipe, however, it takes just under 10 minutes, no egg whites, and all done in one mixer! It's quick, easy and worth the little bit of wait.

How Can I Customize My Dalgona Whipped Matcha?

Well, I'm glad you asked! Inventing your very own variation is so much fun! And creates a lovable atmosphere in your home. Here are a few things you may like t add into your Whipped Matcha.

  • Edible essential oils like Rose or Lavender
  • A slice of citrus Fruit like Orange
  • A pinch of Cinnamon or Nutmeg powder

Prep time:
2 minutes
Cook time:
5 minutes
Chill time:
Total time:
7 minutes
1 Glass



  1. In a mixing bowl, add your cold whipping cream, sweetener, and vanilla extract. Whip until you start to see ribbons form in the cream. Soft peaks, but not stiff.
  2. Add your matcha and continue to whisk until you get a firm but soft foam. Don't overmix, or it will turn to butter!
  3. If you have churned too far, just add 1 tablespoon of milk and whip until it is still fluffy and thin.
  4. Pour milk or ice and top it with your matcha whipped dalgona!
  5. Enjoy!

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