Monday, July 6, 2015

KUKPO (TM) High Quality Stainless Steel Frother for coffee house drinks anytime #

There is nothing like a nice cafe latte without the $5.00 price tag attached from the big name coffee house *bucks. I love to wake up and make my own coffee exactly how I like it with delicious frothed milk on top. It is easy and a cinch to do if you have picked up a KUPKO Milk Frother. This is an easy to use handheld electric milk frother that creates coffee-house style creamy milk foam in a few seconds. I can practically do it with my eyes closed which is mostly how I do it since I am just waking up.

This high quality milk frother is made of finest quality Grade A stainless steel and features an ultra powerful and silent motor. The excellence of the machine is awarded with CE, ROHS, LFGB Certifications. It is super easy to clean up too. Cleaning the milk frother is a snap. All you have to do is dip the lower part of the frother in warm water, switch on the frother for a couple of seconds, rinse in clean water and run the frother again for a couple of seconds. All clean.

The rich, smooth and delicate whipped cream you always wanted simply takes 15-20 seconds with this magic foamer wand. This would be a nice gift for any coffee lover. This tool makes it easy to indulge your taste buds with homemade delicacies like whisked eggs, soups, dressings, sauces and caffeine beverages. coffee-house style grade espresso, cappuccino, latte or hot chocolate can be made and served in absolutely no time.

One of my colleagues used to rave about his homemade frothed milk in his coffee every morning and I kept meaning to try to find a milk frother. I just kept forgetting to write it on my to-buy list. I was excited when I had the opportunity to try out this handheld, battery operated milk frother. It creates light, delicate foam for homemade cafe lattes, cappuccinos, hot chocolates, and more. The kids love it already and beg for me to make my special hot chocolate. It works beautifully with all kinds of milk from skim to 2% or even whole milk. It really is super easy to operate and cleans up in a second.

Ready for frothed milk? I nsert frother whisk in a glass of hot, warm or cold milk filled to 1/4 and old the frother at a slight angle. Turn it on and move it up and down.  Turn it off and enjoy a rich and smooth foam for your coffee, tea or hot chocolate. I let it air dry. The upper half should always stay OUT of the water. The KUPKO Milk Frother is powered by 2 AA batteries (not included)

Any season is the perfect time for making some fancy coffee house frothed milk at home in seconds with the KUPKO milk frother. This little Milk Foamer quickly turns your milk or cream into a smooth frothy foam in seconds. I love that it allows me to create fluffy and aerated hot or cold milk based drinks in a flash. You can even use the milk frother with any type of milk too. I have also tried it with almond milk but it would work equally well with soy milk, coconut milk, or even coffee creamer. This KUPKO handheld electric milk frother is super easy to use and to clean. I like that I can impress my friends and guests with my latte, cappuccino and foamed coffee drink making skills. They think I am a real pro.  My little one asks for foamy warm milk at night now. Sometimes I add a tiny bit of organic chocolate syrup, honey or cinnamon to make it special. A perfect calcium filled before-bed treat. Heheh, don't tell my secret! Hot chocolate is so much more delicious when it's prepared with foamy milk rather than water, so try that too. Save money this winter on those premium coffee drinks and pick up the KUPKO stainless steel frother anytime on Amazon.

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