How to Make a Vanilla Steamer {Capresso froth PLUS Review}

by Mama Chocolate on June 20, 2013

Our family has been enjoying using the Capresso froth PLUS to make all sorts of delicious drinks lately. There are dozens of tasty things you can do with this little machine, (find the recipes on the Capresso blog) but one of our favorites is the super simple Vanilla Steamer.


Vanilla Steamer Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 8¬†ounces milk
  • 1-2 tsp vanilla extract (to taste)
  • 2 tsp sugar (or honey)

Directions:

Using the heating disk, add milk to frothing pitcher and press warm button. After two minutes remove frother lid and add vanilla and sugar. Replace lid and wait for frother to automatically shut off.

Wait a minute or so for the milk and froth to settle before pouring your drink into a mug.

Enjoy!

 

 

The Capresso froth PLUS makes amazing hot chocolate. The girls get so excited when I pull this out to make them a special drink. Bonus points for mama if they get to drink it out of tea cups.

Besides the hot chocolate and warm milk drinks we have tried, this little machine would be perfect for making fancy espresso drinks at home! Or how about a Frothed Mudslide? Oh. my. word. Acquiring those ingredients ASAP.


Features and Benefits

  • Unique patented frothing disk delivers maximum milk froth with minimal effort
  • Heating disk warms milk without ever scalding
  • Large capacity: 8-oz for frothed milk and 12-oz for heated (non-frothed) milk
  • Dual auto shut-off for safe operation when temperature is reached or when pitcher is removed
    from base
  • Three illuminated temperature buttons (cold, hot, warm) can be used with frothing disk or
    heating disk
  • Clear milk pitcher with cool-touch handle is BPA free
  • Dishwasher safe removable milk pitcher for simple and quick cleaning
  • Includes two frothing disks and one heating disk that can be stored magnetically under the base
Purchase from Capresso.com for $59.99


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Nicole @ Some Call It Natural June 21, 2013 at 3:33 pm

That looks like a great machine to have around! Or… a very dangerous machine… I might drink those drinks too often! ;)
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Courtney @ Joy Of Momma Joyner July 2, 2013 at 3:22 pm

OOOO!!! Yummy! I want one!! This looks so easy to do! I love that you can do it from home and it’d save a ton of money at the coffee shops! :)

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