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Here's how to froth milk for lattes...the three best ways! You can use everything from a milk frother to a good old whisk.
Sometimes I like to have a milky frothy coffee drink, but I don't have an expensive milk steamer. I also don't have the time to wait for the milk to heat up on the stove, and I definitely don't have the arm strength (read: ambition) to whisk away at it to create the froth. Long...
Suzette Flores saved to Yum Yum Tum!
Perfectly brewed iced coffee made completely decadent with a sweet and salty cream froth.
Amber Berge saved to recipies to make!
Domestic Fashionista - Rearranging furniture and raising littles.
Gracie Krejci saved to Food
Café caliber lattes are easy to make in your own home with no fancy equipment and at a fraction of the usual cost － hot, iced, with foam or without!
The Fountain Avenue Kitchen saved to Helpful Hints
How to Froth Milk at Home -- 5 Easy Ways
Chloe Murdock saved to doing things with coffee
You don't need a fancy coffee machine or frother to make frothed milk for your coffee. You can use a jar or blender - it's so easy!
Dora Bivins saved to drinks
Read my guide and watch my video about how to froth milk at home without a steam wand or espresso machine. Turn your kitchen tools into a milk foamer!
Marianna Krnacova saved to café
1 · Simple and refreshing, this “stout-styled”, cold frothed, cold brew coffee is a unique change of pace! For a more “stout” vibe, I use frothed vanilla almond milk to give it that creamy texture and garnish with a pinch Flavor God Chocolate Donut seasoning to add those chocolate notes.
Baking & Spices
- • 1 pinch Flavor god chocolate doughnut seasoning
Nuts & Seeds
- • 2 oz Frothed vanilla almond, mild
- • 12 oz Brew coffee
Wayfinder's Galley saved to Drinks