Who Needs a Fancy Latte Machine? Froth Milk in a Jar!
If you enjoy that wonderful steamed milk froth they add to your coffee at the fancy coffee shops as much as I do but you don’t have an espresso machine you are going to love this little trick! You can froth milk in a jar by simply using an empty jar and your microwave. Pamper yourself with a perfectly frothy cup of coffee at home with a couple of these delicious cookie cakes !
When I froth milk in a jar, I usually use plain milk, but since we are always getting good creamer coupons and deals I decided to try it with that too. It worked out well. I used a one-pint canning jar, but any jar of a comparable size will work.
- Pour desired amount of milk or creamer into a small jar, filling no more than half full.
- Now shake, shake, shake your booty along with the jar of milk until it is nice and foamy.
- Remove the lid from the jar and microwave on full power for about 30 seconds.
- If desired add sugar or sweetener to the cup first, then the warm milk foam.
- Add your coffee.
I used this method and then ran a cup of coffee into the cup with a Keurig machine, but it works fine if you add from your coffee pot.
Of course, you can always use a fancy latte machine if you have one. But for those who don’t have one, don’t want one, or just don’t want to get it out and fool with it … now you know how to Froth Milk in a Jar. You can’t get much easier than this!
Did you froth milk in a jar? What did you think? Let’s hear about your other great ideas for a great cup of coffee!