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Sturdy and Cheap Milk Frother/ Cafetiere 350ml £4.00 @ Wilko+Quidco

£4.00 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
To Froth milk? Yes you read me right :) To froth milk I needed a sturdy cafetiere unlike the delicate Bodum darlings. This one perfectly fitted my intensions and I have the best coffees with the cream… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
To Froth milk? Yes you read me right :) To froth milk I needed a sturdy cafetiere unlike the delicate Bodum darlings. This one perfectly fitted my intensions and I have the best coffees with the creamiest of froths with the least effort that can compete with the best coffee machines in the industry!!!!!

How do I do it??
Just warm around 50 to 75 ml milk for about 20 seconds in the microwave and pour into the cafetiere. Plunge the dip in and out for around 4-5 times, pour to make your latte, on your cappuccino, macchiato etc and ooohh lala :)
Enjoy

Enjoy many a tasty coffee from this 350ml caffetiere from the Wilko range. Complete with steel plunger, easy to hold handle and heat resistant borosilicate glass beaker, it will really bring out the natural aromas of great coffee.

Hand wash only. Always follow usage and care instructions provided.
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1 Like #1
£3.99 from The Range
4 Likes #2
Thanks for the heads-up on frothing milk
#3
As a cafetiere, it's not much good.
2 Likes #4
I use these to froth milk too. Morrison's also do one at £4
1 Like #5
Ha seems the secrets out!! I confess been doing this for a while.....I also have a Philips senseo coffee maker an old basic model,i use eco refillable pods so I can use whatever coffees the best deal around! Nothing like knowing you're getting the best you can for yaself ey!
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sharyn73
Ha seems the secrets out!! I confess been doing this for a while.....I also have a Philips senseo coffee maker an old basic model,i use eco refillable pods so I can use whatever coffees the best deal around! Nothing like knowing you're getting the best you can for yaself ey!
Hi Sharyn which eco pods do you use? did you buy them on ebay?
2 Likes #7
Another good tip.....
Warm up the milk and put in some hot chocolate drink powder and then froth. Makes a nice thick hot chocolate!
#8
so_sweet_me_in
sharyn73
Ha seems the secrets out!! I confess been doing this for a while.....I also have a Philips senseo coffee maker an old basic model,i use eco refillable pods so I can use whatever coffees the best deal around! Nothing like knowing you're getting the best you can for yaself ey!
Hi Sharyn which eco pods do you use? did you buy them on ebay?


Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/230733203180
#9
so_sweet_me_in
sharyn73
Ha seems the secrets out!! I confess been doing this for a while.....I also have a Philips senseo coffee maker an old basic model,i use eco refillable pods so I can use whatever coffees the best deal around! Nothing like knowing you're getting the best you can for yaself ey!
Hi Sharyn which eco pods do you use? did you buy them on ebay?


Look at this on eBay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/230733203180
#10
Take a peek at these,although I'm pretty sure I got mine on Amazon £4 for 2! Happy Cafenating
#11
sharyn73
Take a peek at these,although I'm pretty sure I got mine on Amazon £4 for 2! Happy Cafenating
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