4 Ways To Froth Milk Without A Machine

Learn the secret to delicious, frothy, cafe quality coffee with an expensive machine. Our post shows you 4 simple ways to nail the perfect cup every single time.

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If you love your coffee and hot chocolate, today you will be excited to learn that you can learn how to froth milk without machine. Yes, you heard right! You can achieve that cafe perfect result using simple items that are probably hanging out in your pantry.

A coffee machine is expensive and it also takes up valuable bench space that we mostly can not afford to give up. They can also be very messy, especially if you are only making for yourself.

Before we share the video tutorial with you, we thought you might like some ideas on how to correctly layer your coffee, hot chocolate and tea. These recipes from Mr Coffee Milk Frother are a great place to start. When it comes to Milk, there are a few tips you need to know to ensure a premium, cafe quality result.

Tip #1 Cold Milk froths better than warm milk. This is because the Milks proteins are more stable when cold which allows air to become trapped in bubbles more easily.

Tip #2 Higher Fat Milk creates a richer foam with more body, but lower fat milk creates more foam. The video uses 2% Milk.

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How To Froth Milk Without Machine Video

When we came across this excellent video tutorial from Moka Bees we were very excited. They show us 4 different ways that we have outlined below. You will be able to create exceptional froth and we know you are going to love the results using a French Press, Frothing Wand, Whisk or simply a good old fashioned Jar. Click Play above to watch now ^

1. Whisk & Stovetop: This produces very light, airy pillows.

2. French Press: My favorite method, this produces rich, velvety, creamy pillows that are more dense than the other methods.

3. Frothing Wand: This method produces a feather-light foam with less structure and stability than other methods.

4. Jar Method: Produces a smooth, more fluid froth.

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