Norpro Glass Froth Master
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- Capacity: 2C / 16oz
- Create that creamy foam topping for your favorite morning coffee drink right at home with the Norpro Froth Master!
- Frothing milk manually, without adding steam, produces a lighter, longer lasting froth.
- Use this glass beaker with manual pump action to make froth to spoon onto all your coffee drinks, hot chocolate, even desserts. Cream, hot or cold milk and or non-fat milk froths beautifully.
- Recipes and instructions included.
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Measures: 8" x 2.5" x 2.5" / 20cm x 6cm x 6cm
Glass beaker: 2.5" / 6cm
With removable base on: 3.25" / 8cm
Capacity: 2C / 16oz
Create that creamy foam topping for your favorite morning coffee drink right at home with the Norpro Froth Master! Frothing milk manually, without adding steam, produces a lighter, longer lasting froth. Use this glass beaker with manual pump action to make froth to spoon onto all your coffee drinks, hot chocolate, even desserts. Cream, hot or cold milk and or non-fat milk froths beautifully. Simply fill the Glass Froth Master with 1/3 cup (80ml) of milk, place the lid assembly into the Glass Froth Master, pump for 10 to 20 seconds, microwave to warm, then pour onto your favorite coffee blend, hot chocolate, cappuccino, latte or more! Tempered glass beaker is removable from rubber base. Recipes and instructions included. Hand washing recommended.
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1. Pour ICE COLD 2% milk into the frother, about half way to the max fill line
2. Pump it for 30 seconds
3. Put the whole glass beaker (minus the pump) into the microwave for 30 seconds
4. Let sit
5. Brew your espresso, pour the shot in your mug/glass/cup/drinking device
6. Spoon the froth on top of your espresso
7. Add sugar if desired, drink, enjoy, impress your wife
8. Wife kisses you
9. This leads to baby making, so you start a family, raise the kids, get a mortgage
10. Amass some debt, pay for college and your daughter's wedding
12. Spend all your retirement money at Amazon.com
13. Bequeath the frother to your grandson or granddaughter so they can begin the cycle all over again.
1. I don't drink cold coffee drinks, so I have no advice about that, but for best
results with hot froth, you must have a microwave. Pour in a very small amount of cold milk, lightly hold down the pumper with one hand to stabilize it and pump for 20 seconds with the other hand, and then place the beaker (without the metal pumper, of course)
in the microwave for 20-40 seconds, and watch the froth rise, rise, rise. Keep a close
watch because it can overflow easily. The froth is so thick, you have to take it out with a spatula!
2. Cleaning: What's the big deal? When you're done, rinse it out immediately with hot water. For a solid scrub, pour hot water and a little detergent into the beaker, and use the pumper to create suds and give the glass and metal a good clean.
3. Fragility: Duh, it's glass. Honestly, people go on and on about this, but I cannot
see what the problem is. Be. Careful.
Enjoy magnificent foam for coffee & hot chocolate.
You add your milk product - I have used 2% and half-n-half with excellent results - place the plunger/lid assembly on and cycle the plunger foe 10-15 seconds, or until the milk volume has doubled. You can use this froth as is, or, as I do, microwave it for about 30-60 seconds (depending on you microwave - don't let it boil over) to increase the volume and "set" the froth. Makes for a decadently rich, delicious cup of coffee.
My wife adds sugar and/or flavored syrup to the milk before frothing, with excellent results.
One caution: The glass beaker is not fixed to the rubber base. The first time I cleaned the frother, I held it by the base while rinsing the outside. The glass came free and broke in my sink. My fault. The bottom feels like it's on there solidly, but it will come off easily when wet.
I have since bought two more, one to replace the broken one at home, and one for work.
All in all, this is a solid frother at a great price. You can't go wrong here.
--Easy to use
--Easy to wash (rinses quickly, no small or hard to reach parts)
--Easy to store (compact)
Simply pour in your favourite kind of milk up to or below the fill line, and microwave for ten to twenty seconds or so. My favourite milk is almond milk, and that has worked for me just fine. I've found soy milk seems to froth up the best though, perhaps because it is thicker. I imagine coconut milk would probably work very well too.
The microwave time can vary widely depending on how much milk you have and the heat level of your microwave. This will take some experimenting! Be warned - do not fill above the fill line or microwave for too long or it will boil over, and you will have milk all over your microwave. An alternative method is to boil the milk first in a separate container (over the stove is easy if you continuously stir in a small pot) and then pour into the frother.
Next comes the fun part! While holding the top down, pump vigorously until the container is full of froth. Then pour slowly into a mug of tea or coffee for a deliciously smooth homemade latte that won't cost you a fortune or make you support a big corporation like Starbucks every time you want a treat. The whole process, including rinsing out the frother, takes maybe two or three minutes. Enjoy!