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Treat yourself at home by switching up your coffee!
Who remembers the infamous Dalgona coffee that was circulating around social media at the beginning of the 2020 quarantine? Well, we may be past that craze, but a lot of us are still drinking our daily coffee. Having the same coffee every
Which quarantine trend got you especially hooked?
Having been stuck in our homes all this time, 2020 quickly grew to become the year of quarantine trends. In order to distract ourselves from the stressful effects of the pandemic, we obsessed over something new each month—from whipping up dalgona coffee,
Which one is your favorite?
It's been more than two months since the quarantine began and this gave us more than enough time to explore what we can do inside the kitchen. Some have been learning a new cooking skill after the other and experimenting with what
Google Philippines has officially revealed your ultimate cravings during the time of ECQ.
The two-month-long quarantine (and counting) has made us spend more time in the kitchen, whether by necessity or out of boredom. Google Philippines revealed the top 10 most Googled recipes Filipinos looked up in April 2020, and these are the dishes that
Caffeine-free alternatives that are just as delicious.
Since the Dalgona coffee trend emerged and took over social media by storm, our feeds were filled with frothy beverages, and our arms were as tired—and toned—as they could ever be. For weeks, it seemed like Dalgona coffee would never die. But here’s
It's a lollipop!
You've probably seen Dalgona coffee all over your social media feeds by now and attempted to make a cup of it for yourself at one point. What started out as a TikTok trend is inspired by Dalgona candy (also called ppopogi), an old traditional
Get your coffee fix from %Arabica, stat!
Originally from Kyoto, Japan, the coffee company %Arabica now delivers beans and ready-to-drink beverages! Fellow members of the coffee coven, you know the struggle of perfecting your home brew. Maybe you've tried the inescapable Dalgona trend, or the impressive, three-ingredient Kori Kohi. If you
Raise your hand if you also tried making Dalgona coffee and Parasite's ram-don at home!
With the Korean wave continuing to dominate the internet from K-pop to K-dramas, it's no surprise that the delicious meals often showcased in their hit TV shows and award-winning films have quickly opened the doors for social media's recent K-food obsession. Unless
Three ingredients don't always mean easy.
Have you done the Dalgona coffee challenge? The Dalgona coffee trend is a whipped three-ingredient coffee topping that has become viral on Tiktok and then on YouTube. It's a Korean innovation that has both amazed and frustrated everyone who has tried to
You can totally do this at home.
First, there was dalgona coffee," a TikTok trend that tested the strength of our arms. Next, Erwan Heussaff changed the game by introducing dalgona Milo—a special treat for non-coffee drinkers. But there's no way we're stopping there, right? Healthy Foodie PH is
For non-coffee drinkers!
Another day, another story about everyone's current drink obsession, Dalgona coffee. The latest celeb to get on the whipped drink trend? Erwan Heussaff. (He's currently in Australia spending time with Anne Curtis-Smith Heussaf and their newborn baby, Dahlia!) Erwan posted a video on
These won’t feel like an arm workout, promise!
Among the unexpected things brought about by the government’s stay-at-home order is the Dalgona Iced Coffee, a beverage craze that levels up your instant coffee experience. We talked about it, we tried it, and we loved it. But if there's one thing
Plus, how to make it!
We’ve been seeing a new kind of coffee drink all over our feeds lately. Called dalgona coffee, the beverage involves milk topped with a foam made with coffee and sugar—somewhat like a reverse cappuccino. It’s especially popular on TikTok, where you’ll find
It's called dalgona coffee, and it's super easy to do!
For those who have caved into using TikTok, you most probably have encountered a video on how to make a toffee-colored froth that's placed on top of iced milk. That homemade coffee that looks like it was made by a barista from