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Skim milk produced a dense foam that was firm, smooth, velvety, and stable. However, the addition of spices like cinnamon made it less dense.
2% milk produced a smooth foam as well but was less stable.
Whole milk produced a foam that was just as smooth and dense cold as it was hot. And, as far as aesthetics, it gives your coffee a shiny, beautiful topper.
Heavy whipping cream is my personal favorite to add to coffee.
I use it all the time for the healthy fats, immune properties, and the fact that it has hardly any lactose compared to milk so it doesn’t mess up your stomach.
Oat milk doesn’t pour well as it still has a layer of milk underneath the foam in the frother.
If you’re looking to strictly have foam on top of your hot cup of coffee, simply spoon the foam from the frother onto your coffee rather than pouring from the frother. This foam will be very fluffy, and is decently stable.
Almond milk consistently produced a very smooth, velvety foam and was stable for a long time. (*Note: Almond Breeze brand almond milk produced a superior foam when compared to other brands.)
Heavy cream is pure gold when frothed cold. I was a bit concerned that frothing cold heavy cream would just produce whipped cream, but this wasn’t the case at all.
Even with the addition of spices, sugars, and various syrups, cold heavy cream produced a consistent foam that poured like thick, liquid velvet and lasted a long while.
Naturally flavored hazelnut coffee, homemade hazelnut syrup, light oat milk foam made slightly creamier with mct powder...if that’s not taking things to the next level, I don’t know what is!
It’s not super fancy, but it is a must have for hazelnut lovers!
This one keeps things super simple. Call it a cold foam trial run, if you will.
Get the basics down with this one, and then you’ll be able to add style and flare, or just keep rocking the basics!
In 1966, a Charles Schulz favorite aired: “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown.”
And, though some of you may be skeptical about this next tidbit of information, some say that Schulz celebrated by making this exact drink.
Some even say that the actual scene with Linus in the pumpkin patch on Halloween night, waiting for the Great Pumpkin to arrive, was inspired by this creamy brew.
Cool. Refreshing. Creamy. Slightly fruity. This drink just screams summer!
So, sit back and listen to the wind blowing through the willows, singing love’s sweet melody, as you enjoy this thrilling blueberry treat.
Admit it, you’re singing it now…”I found my thrill, on blueberry hill…”
If you’re mad about maple, you’ll love this creation. It’s light and has just enough of a hint of fall to invoke those warm and inviting feelings that surround the autumn season.
And, if you’re enjoying this in the warmer fall months and would like an iced option, simply chill or cold brew your coffee and add ice. You can froth the milk on the cold setting as well.
The only thing that would make this better is if it were served in a moosehead shaped glass.
And, just remember, if you’re enjoying this with company during the holiday season and things get unexpectedly crazy: Clark didn’t actually follow through on his temptation to drive cousin Eddy out into the middle of nowhere and leave him for dead, and neither should you!
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