Wonder Whisk £1.99 Home Bargains Instore
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Wonder Whisk £1.99 Home Bargains Instore

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Found 3rd Mar 2015
I bought one of these today but have only used it to froth milk for my coffee.

No doubt it will end up in the drawer as usual but at least I would have only wasted £1.99!

When making coffee, I put the milk in a separate cup and warmed it in the microwave, made coffee as normal (without the milk), just pushed the whisk up and down in the cup of milk and the pressure makes the whisk spin and froths the milk, then pour slowly onto the top of your coffee. Easy.

Just search YouTube for Wonder Whisk, Miracle Whisk etc for ideas.
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    sb44

    Like this … Like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8AGvzPMvqs;)Andhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aCtumrn2xM



    well thats me sold, turning 1 egg into 2 oO

    youtu.be/6aC…48s
    Edited by: "ando" 3rd Mar 2015
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    ando

    well thats me sold, turning 1 egg into 2 … well thats me sold, turning 1 egg into 2 oOhttp://youtu.be/6aCtumrn2xM?t=3m48s



    I think I will just use it to 'de lump' my gravy!

    the pro's are good with the demo but only works well with small amount of liquid
    hot for price
    Two words: Angel delight.
    you really need a good wrist action not like this lady, I think her husband gave it to her for another reason.
    youtube.com/wat…g5c
    Edited by: "nissan3" 4th Mar 2015
    I paid £10 for it 2 years ago when it was new
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    gsaif

    I paid £10 for it 2 years ago when it was new



    But was it any good?
    Oooo, GF has a birthday coming up. A nice extra present. She LOVES kitchen gadgets.
    Dog nammit, I paid £10 for one of these last year. Its a good gadget though and works well so an absolute bargain at £2.
    I liked this too but immersed it when washing and mechanism filled with water. Now in bin as squirted rusty water into ingredients during use.

    Good while kept dry.
    chaplin

    Two words: Angel delight.



    OOOOOOHHHH YEEEEES!!!!!!! Another thing I don't need..... but I WANT one!!!
    I thought it was a dart
    I've got two (paid £10 each few years ago) and love them.. make hot chocolates, gravy, angel delight etc so easy to use and doesn't scratch jugs or mugs
    £1.99 is a good price. I bought mine from Ideal home show 2 years ago. I think they were £10 each or 2 for £15. I was sold by the way he whisked ordinary milk into cream. My milk doesn't turn into cream!!! I do use it for shakes and removing lumps from sauces etc. Must say I don't use it as much as I should.
    kalsha

    I was sold by the way he whisked ordinary milk into cream. My milk … I was sold by the way he whisked ordinary milk into cream. My milk doesn't turn into cream!!!


    The demonstrators always use skimmed milk as the fat in full fat and semi skimmed kills the foam.
    chaplin

    Two words: Angel delight.


    lol... Yuuuummy
    sb44

    Like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8AGvzPMvqs … Like this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8AGvzPMvqs ;)Andhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6aCtumrn2xM

    seriously, using it to stir your tea? That's one lazy woman.
    doggerthecat

    The demonstrators always use skimmed milk as the fat in full fat and semi … The demonstrators always use skimmed milk as the fat in full fat and semi skimmed kills the foam.


    I didn't know that! No wonder my cream is always a disaster as I use semi skimmed. Yes, he did use skimmed milk during demonstrations. I will give skimmed milk a try. Thanks for letting me know.
    Works a treat with skimmed milk. Great fun.
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