Our new Ozeri Milk Frother makes hot chocolate so much better! You know those cold winter nights – such as tonight in New England? There is nothing better than a nice hot chocolate, popcorn and a movie with the entire family gathered around. Our movie choice tonight was the first Eddie Murphy Dr. Doolittle. Some things are funny no matter how many times you watch them.
My daughter is a hot chocolate connoisseur! She is constantly making some from scratch, adding different types of creams and naturally topping with whip cream – lots of it. This particular cup was simply a KCup hot chocolate – not necessarily her favorite but she was tired and it was easy. But your basic KCup hot chocolate can still be decadent with the help of an Ozeri Milk Frother.
This milk frother can whip up delicious and picture perfect foam in as little as 10 seconds and works great for steam-free cappuccinos, lattes, espressos, hot chocolates, shakes, frappes and other drinks.
As you can see it is even so easy my 9 year old can make her perfect cup of hot cocoa all by herself.
This set also comes with its own 12 ounce stainless steel frothing pitcher. You can also froth things like all kinds of milk (whole/regular/skim milk, soy milk, almond milk and coconut milk) alike for fluffy hot café lattes or cold chocolate malts in seconds.
This Ozeri Milk Frother comes with batteries included – you simply install them but they are standard AA batteries. So now my plans are to use this mostly for hot chocolates and steam free cappuccinos. I do love my cappuccinos but haven’t tried making it all work out at home – this frother brings me one step closer! Tomorrow I will introduce my daughter to a nice cup of warm milk using the frother. I can see that becoming a nightly tradition very quickly.
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