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How To Make Cold Foam With A Milk Frother

How To Make Cold Foam With A Milk Frother

Cold foam! What could be more delicious than enjoying a good coffee with a creamy and frothy layer? That's right! Frappuccinos, lattes, cold brew, etc, are much more delicious with cold foam! Make your drinks refreshing, delicious and everyone will love it!

WHAT IS COLD FOAM?

Cold foam is foam that forms without heat or steam. The result is a thick, creamy, meringue-like topping that is ideal for topping a cold brew, iced latte, etc. You can easily make this delicious froth at home with your milk frother.

WHY COLD FOAM?

Foam is good and fun to drink. Layers of foam add texture and flavor to coffee drinks, they also give a delicious look to any beverage.


WHAT TYPE OF MILK DOES COLD FOAM USE?

Cold froth is usually made with skim milk. In general, skim milk makes a stronger froth than 2 percent or whole milk because it has a higher percentage of protein. There are many versions of cold foam with different types of milk, today we present you this easy way with skim milk.

Easy Cold Foam Recipe

TOTAL PREPARATION TIME: 5 min
SERVINGS: 1 Servings 
COURSE: Drinks

INGREDIENTS

  • 1/2 Cup cold skim milk
  • 1 Teaspoon sugar or simple syrup
  • 1/8 Teaspoon of vanilla

PREPARATION

  1. Add milk, syrup and vanilla in a large bowl. Insert the milk frother and turn it on, froth until a thick creamy foam is formed.
  2. Add it over your cold coffee or beverage of choice, enjoy!

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