If there’s one food trend I can get behind, it’s whipped coffee. Something that requires so few ingredients and tastes so delicious can only be a good thing, right? If you’re a fan too, you might be interested in kicking things up a notch by putting a little twist on the traditional. That’s right, whipped Nutella is here and it’s even better than you can imagine.
- Whipped Nutella requires even fewer ingredients than whipped coffee. According to Instagrammer @sweetportfolio (the genius who also came up with whipped strawberry milk), all you need to make whipped Nutella is 1/3 cup of heavy cream and a big ol’ spoonful of Nutella. Whisk them together until it gets all nice and thick and you’re golden! Just pour it over some cold milk and you have the ultimate treat.
- You can make a caffeinated version if you so choose! If whipped Nutella sounds good to you but you still need that caffeine hit, @fitwaffle has a great idea for Nutella whipped coffee so you can get the best of both worlds. You make the whipped coffee recipe as normal (2 Tbsp each of instant coffee, water, and sugar) and get it slightly thick before putting in a tablespoon or so of Nutella and getting it all nice and fluffy. Pour that mixture over milk (after putting a dollop of Nutella at the bottom of your glass, of course) and that’s it!
- Whipped Nutella is perfect for people who don’t exactly love coffee. If you’re someone who goes to Starbucks and orders the sweetest, most decadent, drink on the menu, you’ll love whipped Nutella, especially since there are a few ways you can make it. You can either go full-on dessert with the two-ingredient version or you can still get the caffeine kick of coffee without being overwhelmed by the taste by adding in some instant if that’s not your thing.
- I can’t wait to see all the variations people come up with! This is going to be the spring and summer of whipped drinks and instead of getting tired of it, I’m actually totally here for it! The world is a crazy place right now and if it takes crazy beverage concoctions to keep us all in good spirits, who am I to argue?