How to Foam Milk for a Latte 3 Ways - COFFEE BREAK SERIES | HONEYSUCKLE

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Milk Foam for a Latte 3 Ways. Froth your milk!
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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.
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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
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jely arms
jely arms Dia atrás
Am I the only one who doesn't have a french press laying around? why does everyone have a french press?
Flourishing Lilies
Flourishing Lilies 5 dias atrás
I've been using my french press for this. But I only have one french press for my coffee, so I stumble upon this looking for another solution without me washing my french press twice to get a creamy-frothy coffee. haha. Thanks! I might try it with the mason jar.
Maja S
Maja S 24 dias atrás
Great ideas,thanks👍
Kiko Koussi
Kiko Koussi 24 dias atrás
I don't have equipment for every options... And yes, I don't have a microwave too
Savvy Johnson
Savvy Johnson Mês atrás
You just saved me $20! Thank you!
Tilly Gildroy
Tilly Gildroy Mês atrás
A million thank yous!! I am pregnant and was craving a nice frothy latte, but not getting take always in this current situation. I used the French press way and it was perfect. ☕️ just got to train the husband up now ❤️
Susan Stebila
Susan Stebila Mês atrás
French Press 👏👏👏🎈🎈🎈
Hi I’m Karen.
Hi I’m Karen. Mês atrás
can i use hand mixer for this?
Rahul Trivedi
Rahul Trivedi Mês atrás
All the three methods were really very helpful... Thank you so much... ❤❤
Keith Robertson
Keith Robertson 2 meses atrás
French Press works great!
Mochi lover 1278
Mochi lover 1278 2 meses atrás
This is A good thing to do in quarantine Thank you and i made it the first way easy thank you!
HornsUp Headbanger
HornsUp Headbanger 2 meses atrás
Do you still heat it up in the microwave if you use a french press?
Jvz33 000
Jvz33 000 2 meses atrás
This video could of stopped after option one.
Anna Rajala
Anna Rajala 2 meses atrás
Does this work for nondairy milk like almond or coconut?
omg wth
omg wth 2 meses atrás
"How to BUBBLE milk"
Music fan
Music fan 2 meses atrás
We dont need to heat the milk before shaking it for the first method?
Bora Silddue
Bora Silddue 3 meses atrás
Thank you 💖💖💖
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I just put the milk in my mouth, swish it around for about 30 seconds, then spit it into my coffee cup. This way it is warm and foamy and I do not waste any milk.
Alphonsa Jomon
Alphonsa Jomon 3 meses atrás
Are you using boiled milk?
wwe 3 meses atrás
We have to take hot milk or cold
ItzOshin 3 meses atrás
All i do is....take two empty glasses..pour milk in one glass...and then i just pour it in the other glass with a long height and then i pour it back with a height and then do the same thing several times till i have the desired foamy-ness
Vivian Yeung
Vivian Yeung 3 meses atrás
-蝶Celest蝶- 3 meses atrás
On the first one i forgott to remove the lid 😭😭 my oven exploded
Kosta keef
Kosta keef 3 meses atrás
Miss, You look gorgeous
Hanny Pugh
Hanny Pugh 4 meses atrás
Super helpful! Thank you!
magnoid 4 meses atrás
French press is definitely the best method for me! It makes a nice thick & creamy foam.
ProMyBRO 5 meses atrás
Thank you for keeping it short!
SwoozX 6 meses atrás
my dog fell off his wheelchair and he is too heavy. shout-out to all my war veterans!
Nate Nichols
Nate Nichols 6 meses atrás
Thank you!
Deepak chettri
Deepak chettri 6 meses atrás
None of them!
reece wynne
reece wynne 8 meses atrás
but, if there is a thick layer of foam its not really a latte, its a cappuccino
nermin İbra
nermin İbra 9 meses atrás
Thank you so much
Fitry Indah
Fitry Indah 10 meses atrás
Thank you.. you're video is really helpful. Cheers..
Tay 10 meses atrás
Thank you for getting to the point.. this will help me safe money!.. I honestly find myself buying coffee just for the foam.. not anymore😆
Matija Novak
Matija Novak 11 meses atrás
i will go make my self some coffe!
Matija Novak
Matija Novak 11 meses atrás
Over dose
Over dose 11 meses atrás
I just wanna use a blender
Nada Alsharkawi
Nada Alsharkawi 11 meses atrás
0:26 انتي مجنونة يست؟
David Lopez
David Lopez 11 meses atrás
I make mine with white egg yolk and sugar I wish it together and add 3 teaspoon of heavy cream. I whisk together and I add it in my coffee with vanilla pump and caramel
Drake Dorosh
Drake Dorosh 11 meses atrás
The key to the microwave technique is using using the exact amount of microwave energy. Volume of half&half to time in the microwave is key. I use a Cuisinart CSB79 hand mixer for 45 seconds or until the half&half doubles in size. Too long and the blend starts to shrink. The Half&Half must be cold and the pyrex container at least as cool as room temperature. Start with these times: 3/4 of a cup of Half&Half for 1 minute and 11 seconds in the microwave. If it is high in protein it will froth more and you may add a dozen seconds until the foam reaches the top of that 2 cup pyrex measuring cup in the video. . Time can be doubled to 2 min 22sec for 1 1/2 cups in a 4 cup pyrex measuring cup. As a general guide know that one minute in a thousand watt microwave is enough energy to raise one cup of water to boiling. Half and half will froth sooner. You could just stand there and watch it with a timer for the first time. If you use the same amount and same brand of H&H next time. In the microwave the work of mixing seems to disappear until around the last 50 seconds. In the last twenty seconds you need to be ready to catch an overflow. If you use the same half and half brand things remain consistent but you will find your own perfect timing and amount to froth based on your cup sizes and moka pot. This is the best foam because it doesn't have any water condensed in it from the steam jet nor does it have that stale air taste of the french press "nitro" technique. You know you have the technique down when all the 1/2&1/2 is converted to froth and you can pore pure hot froth into your concentrated moka pot coffee with no un-frothed H&H or water to lessen it. The negative of this technique is when H&H boils over and you have to clean out your microwave and not have enough froth to put in your coffee. Hence the exactitude and watching in the froth rise to the top of the container in last moments to shut off the power and pour the perfect foam into the concentrated brew at the bottom of your cups.
Noah Lopez
Noah Lopez Anos atrás
Exactly what I was looking for very informative and beautiful.... subscribed!!!
Vilius Pavydis
Vilius Pavydis Anos atrás
What if i dont have microvave? And other stuff that u use, just a jar
Sean Ball
Sean Ball Anos atrás
This actually works surprisingly well, thank you!
Koda Blue
Koda Blue Anos atrás
Nour 75
Nour 75 Anos atrás
should we heat the milk ??
Periodic Dinamo
Periodic Dinamo Anos atrás
Olivia Christine
Olivia Christine Anos atrás
Yay I can finally make a latte thank you so much!!
Priyanka Halami
Priyanka Halami Anos atrás
Thank you very much 😃
Gourmet22 Anos atrás
I use a coffee filter.
*-·PotatoRuler 101•-*
I tried this and it exploded wordt6 thing ever!😤
Caleb J Sithambaram
The French press works really well thanks 4 the tip
Tre Ep
Tre Ep Anos atrás
This girl needs to pass puberty
Mohsin Butt
Mohsin Butt Anos atrás
Thank u🙂🙂🙂
Abhijit Sarmah
Abhijit Sarmah Anos atrás this video...
JishNtyjo tøp ree
JishNtyjo tøp ree Anos atrás
Triangle Soft
Triangle Soft Anos atrás
Lip stick
Lip stick Anos atrás
I love this idea for Frothy Foam Milk in your coffee...
Kimberly Butler
Kimberly Butler Anos atrás
Does it matter if the milk is hot or cold?
Cody Chavez
Cody Chavez Anos atrás
Thanks lady
Books in my bath
Books in my bath Anos atrás
I see
Joshua Gonzalez
Joshua Gonzalez Anos atrás
Earlier today I ask the person at Starbucks what they use to make the foam and it's not milk. It's heavy whipping cream with a shot of Vanilla
Jessica Abi Saber
Jessica Abi Saber Anos atrás
Its not healthy to put water or milk in the microwave
Blues Music
Blues Music Anos atrás
Theo Sudarja
Theo Sudarja Anos atrás
And how does it compare to the steam method? Which one denser?
basir5623 Anos atrás
aaaaa that's bubble, not foam
DustyRoses Anos atrás
You kinda remind me of Anna akana
bfkmnemonic Anos atrás
Just a quick note. You are using the milk mixer "wand" wrong. After you heated the milk to 60 degrees C. You hold that glass at an angle, and the mixer at a steeper angle, so that the milk is forced to go upwards and downwards instead of round and round. This way you can make much better microfoam that with any of the other methods. Make sure the mixes is covered with milk, but as close as possible to the surface, as the milk thickens, your should lower the mixer a little, so that you get a small vortex in the milk, this will suck down the large bubbles, and when the milk is like wet paint, lower it into the milk and turn it off while making sure no large bubbles form. Then you put the glass on the table and let it sit for 10 seconds. Then you pick up the glass and give it a gentle tap down into the table, destroying any large bubbles. Just once of twice, you do not want to destroy the micro bubbles. Now you are ready to pour it into you coffee. Hope it helps, if takes some weeks to perfect it. Good Lock.
bfkmnemonic Mês atrás
@Arikikami Chan Thanks. :)
Arikikami Chan
Arikikami Chan Mês atrás
@bfkmnemonic sounds neat actually, and yes I was
bfkmnemonic Mês atrás
@Arikikami Chan If you are asking me, I am just a home barista, but I was between Espresso machines, at the time this video was released. So I was making 10-12 coffee's a day using an aeropress and a milk pitcher.
Arikikami Chan
Arikikami Chan Mês atrás
you a barista or just like coffee? : P Cause that's some nice advice!
Drake Dorosh
Drake Dorosh 11 meses atrás
@tonelloalexantonio tony I have to try lecithin. It is an "emulsifier" so it it makes sense that it will foam but will it leave a taste?
Damien mcaleese
Damien mcaleese 2 anos atrás
I just use the little bit left at the bottom of a jug and shake then add it
Chanyeol at 1:45 Love Shot MV
I love her voice
Pooja agarwal
Pooja agarwal 2 anos atrás
do we have to use warm milk or hot milk?
Jordan Ross
Jordan Ross 2 anos atrás
Thanks for vid, very helpful
LAMA COL CAPPELLO 2 anos atrás
Mi viene da piangere
LPSMarksmans 2 anos atrás
The most useful video ever. Thank you. Now I can use my already bought french press!
Sydney Hall
Sydney Hall 2 anos atrás
Wow I’ve had that wand for like two years and never knew that you could use it for foam!
Michelle Torres
Michelle Torres 2 anos atrás
Thanks so much ♥️I really needed this
lokendra agrawal
lokendra agrawal 2 anos atrás
Thanks beautiful . . . its really helpful for me
firdsyafr 2 anos atrás
Should it be warm or cold?
dalia sulieman
dalia sulieman 2 anos atrás
looking stupid ! and its not thick . :/
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I’m going to try and use a blender, I’ll let you know how it goes.
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