There’s something about having a thick layer
of foam in your latte that instantly makes it taste better and it doesn’t have to require
one of those fancy machines. Today I’m going to show you how to make frothy milk foam,
3 ways. The first way is using a plain old mason jar.
I’m filling the mason jar a quarter way up with milk. I’ll close it and give it
a good shake for 30 seconds. Then all I do now is remove the lid and put it in the microwave
for another minute. This warms the milk and stabilizes the foam. Once it’s done it’s
ready to be added to your coffee. The second way is using a French coffee press.
I’m adding warm milk, about a quarter-way up and then I’ll take the plunger and pump
it up and down gently for about a minute. The milk will froth up right before your eyes.
What you’re doing here is incorporating air to create these tiny little bubbles. The third way is this nifty frothing wand.
You stick the tip of the wand in your warm milk, press a button, and in literally 15
seconds you have a glass of perfectly creamy, decadent foam. Clean up is easy, it’s portable,
and it’s a lot cheaper than one of those fancy machines. My favorite method is the using the french
press. It creates the most voluminous and stable foam. But let me know which method
works best for you and I hope this makes the perfect latte on your next coffee break. I’ll
see you guys next time! Bye