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Silvercrest Electric Milk Frother £16.99 in Store - National @ Lidl
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Silvercrest Electric Milk Frother £16.99 in Store - National @ Lidl

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Posted 12th Dec 2018

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Enjoy barista-style coffees without facing the queues in your local café with this sleek stainless steel Silvercrest milk frother. The electric milk frother has four different settings for thick froth, creamy froth, cold milk and for hot milk with a small amount of froth – meaning you can create a multitude of different drinks. Whether you're making a latte, hot chocolate or even a milk shake, this Silvercrest milk frother will help you achieve the perfect finish in next to no time.

  • Heats up and froths milk for delicious hot drinks
  • With high-quality, non-stick coating by ILAG®
  • With minimum - froth
  • Safety switch off and boil dry protection
  • Power consumption: 500W
  • 3-year warranty
4 froth settings:

  • Thick
  • Creamy
  • Cold
  • Hot

Capacity:

  • Frothing milk: 150ml
  • Heating milk: 300ml


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deleted72028
Just shake it in the bottle for a bit, £16.99 saved.
deleted7202812/12/2018 13:10

Just shake it in the bottle for a bit, £16.99 saved.


Don't forget to put in microwave
Whats the difference between the thick and creamy froth settings?

Also can I have creamy and hot? Or just creamy at a random temperature?

... also why are they advertising it as minimum froth? :-P
Edited by: "hypersonic" 12th Dec 2018
hypersonic12/12/2018 13:14

Whats the difference between the thick and creamy froth settings?Also can …Whats the difference between the thick and creamy froth settings?Also can I have creamy and hot? Or just creamy at a random temperature?... also why are they advertising it as minimum froth? :-P



I'll be getting one of those a my next Lidl Visit. I'll make sure to share with you but I can only imagine frothy would be for Cappuchinos and Creamy for Lattes. I have a percolator at home and used to work as a Barista for a while so I'll see how I get on heh
Edited by: "Czubaka" 12th Dec 2018
Czubaka15 m ago

I'll be getting one of those a my next Lidl Visit. I'll make sure to share …I'll be getting one of those a my next Lidl Visit. I'll make sure to share with you but I can only imagine frothy would be for Cappuchinos and Creamy for Lattes. I have a percolator at home and used to work as a Barista for a while so I'll see how I get on heh


I'll be honest, I fancy one of these too.

Frothing the milk at home is a pain in the arse.
Edited by: "hypersonic" 12th Dec 2018
i have one of these you have to be careful as the milk burns on the bottom of the jug, I usually press the off button before the timer runs out.
We just got one of them little whisks in a stick thing
Gud to make coffee , will turn up very creamy
jcsymons1 h, 9 m ago

i have one of these you have to be careful as the milk burns on the bottom …i have one of these you have to be careful as the milk burns on the bottom of the jug, I usually press the off button before the timer runs out.


Would you recommend one.... I do like the frothy coffees lattes etc, but can't bring myself to buy a coffee machine as the pods aren't fully recyclable.
I’ve been wanting one of these for ages and it’s a great price
Had one of the older models from Lidl and the milk would burn and stick to the bottom a fair bit and was a pain to remove, maybe they have improved them now as this looks different.
kyle.marshall8 m ago

Had one of the older models from Lidl and the milk would burn and stick to …Had one of the older models from Lidl and the milk would burn and stick to the bottom a fair bit and was a pain to remove, maybe they have improved them now as this looks different.


Same here, made lovely hot frothy milk but burnt every time.
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kyle.marshall12/12/2018 15:35

Had one of the older models from Lidl and the milk would burn and stick to …Had one of the older models from Lidl and the milk would burn and stick to the bottom a fair bit and was a pain to remove, maybe they have improved them now as this looks different.


Can you get your hand in it to clean it properly?
jumpinoffthbed9 h, 13 m ago

Can you get your hand in it to clean it properly?


Just about, you can get a cleaning sponge. There were times that you had fill it with soap and waterto soak it etc.

For the record I now have a nespresso frother and it hasn't stuck once but obviously can cost around 3x the price of this one
Just got and tried one. V happy with it and a lot cheaper than the "brands".
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