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Banana Coconut Latte with Whipped Coffee


A quarantine activity I have been loving lately is browsing through TikTok videos. One of the latest trends on the app is making coffee whip! After watching maybe one too many of these videos I reached out to the girls and wanted to take a stab at recreating the infamous Whipped Coffee (aka Dalgona Coffee). We couldn’t just settle for making the standard whip, instead, we decided to use it as a topping for the ever-popular Banana Coconut Latte from Giovane’s at the Fairmont Pacific Rim! Usually, we would test the recipe out as a team, but since we aren’t able to get together as a team, Rachelle offered to whip (pardon the pun … LOL!) up the recipe from the comfort of her home! Today, she is going to share with you step-by-step instructions to perfecting the Banana Coconut Latte with Whipped Coffee!
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Hey guys! I was so excited when Jill asked me to test out this recipe. I will admit that I am NOT a coffee lover (I am a tea gal!!), but I was genuinely surprised at how much I enjoyed this drink! I didn’t want it to go to waste after the photos were done and as I result, I was bouncing off the walls for hours!! Below you can find my step-by-step instructions on how to perfect the Banana Coconut Latte with Whipped Coffee from the comfort of YOUR own home! Photo tip: To show off your beautiful IG worthy creation, use a spatula and transfer the coffee whip into a piping bag to have more control topping the beverage! DIY Coffee Whip Making Coffee Whip Instant Coffee Mix

Banana Coconut Latte with Whipped Coffee

Recipe by From the Kitchen of Jillian Harris

Ingredients

  • Banana Coconut Puree:
  • 1 can full fat high-quality coconut milk (400ml)

  • 1 medium ripe banana

  • 2 1/2 tbsp white sugar

  • 1 cup soy milk or non-dairy milk of choice

  • Whipped Coffee:
  • 4 tbsp Instant Coffee mix – DO NOT use regular coffee grounds

  • 4 tbsp of Boiling Water

  • 4 tbsp of sugar

  • You can make any amount you like as long as you have equal parts!

Directions

  • Make Banana Coconut Puree:
  • In a high-speed blender, add whole can of coconut milk, banana and sugar. Blend on high for 3 minutes or until completely smooth and creamy. Ensure the fat from the coconut milk hasn’t separated from the rest of the mixture. Transfer to airtight jar or container and refrigerate until ready to use (prepare in advance up to 3 days).
  • Hot Latte:
  • Add 5 tablespoons of banana-coconut puree Add 1 Cup oat milk and whisk to combine. Heat over medium-low heat until warmed through, and then transfer to high speed blender and blend on high for 3-4 minutes until frothy. Pour into a tall mug, reserving the foam until the very end. Top with whipped coffee and enjoy!
  • Iced Coffee:
  • In a small bowl, add 5 tablespoons of banana-coconut puree and 1 Cup oat milk, whisk to combine. Pour into a tall glass, add 3-4 ice cubes and top with whipped coffee and enjoy!
  • Whipped Coffee:
  • Mix all ingredients with a hand mixer or a stand mixer on high speed until light and fluffy – approx. 8 minutes. Place on top of Banana Coconut milk mixture!
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This recipe is super easy to whip up and would be a great topping for a bowl of ice cream or a refreshing drink to prepare for your girlfriends!! Let me know in the comments below if you tested it out. xo Rachelle

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  1. Hello!
    This looks AMAZING! Any idea on how long the whipped coffee lasts?? Can I make a double/triple batch to last for a few days? Wondering if it would separate and need to be whipped again?

    1. It should last about 1-2 days in the fridge! Or another suggestion is you could freeze it in an ice cube tray. I hope you enjoy it xoxo

  2. Hi Jillian,

    It’s Luiza from Brazil… I am in love for all the recipes! Banana Coconut Latte with Whipped Coffe is my next recipe, definitely.

    Xoxo.. I love you.

  3. What kind of Instant coffee do you like to use for this? This sounds so good that I want to make sure to buy one that tastes good! Looking forward to trying this recipe out!

  4. I made this after waking up at 530 in the morning unable to sleep. This caused me to put the coconut milk, banana, sugar AND milk in the blender. Oops. But I kept going and made the whipped coffee and just mixed it all together and it was still delicious

  5. This was delicious but a little sweet for me, would it still whip okay if you used less sugar? Or should it be equal parts?

  6. Very easy to make! Definitely a “make ahead to enjoy Saturday morning” kind of thing. I made the chilled version. Personally I ended up mixing the whipped coffee and banana coconut mixture together because I wanted to have all the flavours at once. They stayed almost too separate which looks nice, but doesn’t work for flavour mixing! Again the whipped coffee looks good, but next time I likely will just pour the coffee mixture over the banana mixture as is without the whipping! A great girls brunch drink!!! Or a“pretending I am in Hawaii during quarantine on my deck in my pjs” drink.

  7. In the banana coconut purée, it asks for non dairy milk but you don’t list it in the recipe. Do we add it into the purée? Or is that for the iced coffee?

  8. I apparently can’t read instructions and ended up adding the 1 cup of soy to my banana mixture in the blender…it was still delicious with the whipped coffee on top but look forward to trying this the correct way!

    1. I would suggest storing it in the fridge as opposed to the freezer and no longer than a week! xo

  9. I don’t think the soy milk should be in the banana coconut mix. It looked like that was part of the foam mix so I combined it all and ruined the latte 😭

    1. The soy milk is apart of the banana coconut puree, but not apart of the coffee whip! xo

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