Are you looking for great ways to impress your guests with a frothy cup of coffee?
Having a delicious and frothy cup of coffee has a way of making everyone feel good.
But some people avoid serving frothy coffee because they think you need to own an expensive machine to do it and use a specific type of cream to create the froth.
Nothing could be further than the truth.
The good news is that making a frothy creamer is pretty easy, even for people who don’t own an espresso machine or use heavy cream in their coffee.
But what if you use creamer in your coffee?
Ever wonder if you can froth it? We’ve got the answer for you!
Types of Creamers
Types of creamers that you can use for frothing creamer include non-dairy milk, MCT oil, and collagen creamer.
You can even use powdered creamer mixed with water for frothing.
One thing to keep in mind when considering a creamer for frothing is that the higher the fat content, then the better it is for frothing.
In this article, you’ll learn how easy it is to froth your creamer using different types of creamers and some of the best ways of frothing cream.
Why is making a frothy cup of coffee great?
There are times when you will feel like adding a bit of foam to your coffee.
Personally, I like a frothy coffee as it has a bit of richness to the overall coffee flavor.
You can surprise everyone with a cup that has a beautiful foam heart, just the way you always see it on those TV commercials!
Or, if you want to show off your creativity with a cup of coffee, frothing your creamer is one of the best ways to do this.
Here’s what making a frothy cup of coffee allows you to do:
- You’ll show off your creativity to guests.
- You’ll make drinking coffee enjoyable and memorable.
- You can always find an affordable cream frother.
- A frothy coffee has a pleasant taste that beats a standard steamed cup.
- It is easier to make than you think.
Do you have to froth your coffee creamer?
The answer, from me, is a resounding yes.
As a coffee aficionado, you can use many ways to brew your cup of coffee.
That includes frothing your creamer as well.
There are no limits as to what kind of creamer you can use to froth.
You can froth your liquid and your powdered cream too.
On a blisteringly hot day, you can use a no-heat method and add a bit of ice coffee.
If you don’t own a frother, you can also use your blender for a minute or two, and until the milk has developed a frothy foam.
Ways To Froth Coffee Creamer
Use one of the below ways to froth your coffee creamer:
1. A blender
You can use your blender to froth your milk.
All you have to do is warm up your milk, preferably in a large or medium-sized sauce pan.
Once your milk is warm, pour it into a large, deep pot.
Place your milk in a blender, turn it on low, and wait for the milk to froth.
2. Use a dedicated milk frother
If you’re one of the lucky coffee drinkers with a milk frother at home, why don’t you use it to froth your milk?
Add your creamer, turn it on and wait.
Within a few minutes, you will have the froth that you can use on your coffee.
3. Use the shake method
If you have a container with a lid, such as a sealed tumbler or mason jar, then you can use the shake method to froth the creamer.
What is the shake method?
It’s just filling the contained around half full and putting on the lid before giving it a vigorous shake for 45 to 60 seconds.
Yes, your arms will get tired surprisingly fast, but if you have no other way to froth the creamer this will do the trick.
And if you don’t want the froth to be cold, then just remember to heat it up before adding it to the container to shake.
Side note – if you are using a glass container, like the mason jar, then it will be hot to hold if you have heated the creamer.
When it comes to coffee creamers, there are no limits for you.
You can use any cream that you can afford, from milk to artificial creamers that you can buy from your supermarket.
But if you want to enjoy a delicious cup of coffee, avoid adding anything artificial and instead purchase milk.
Let everyone enjoy a coffee cup with a bit of creativity that they won’t forget.