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Capresso froth PRO Recipe Tips

  • Always finely grate or shave the chocolate before adding it to the frothing pitcher. We recommend using a rotary grater, cheese grater or vegetable peeler. Do not add large chunks of chocolate to the frothing pitcher.
  • If a loud noise occurs after you add ingredients while making a warm or hot beverage, press the illuminated button to turn the machine off, or lift the pitcher from base. Allow a few seconds for the ingredients to melt, and then press the Warm or Hot button again. The ingredients might have been stuck on or around the heating disk.
  • Always follow the measurement marks inside the pitcher.
  • Never froth more than 8 ounces of milk at one time or milk may overflow out of the pitcher. Remember that the volume of milk increases with frothing.
  • Capresso froth PRO can froth any type of milk, including soy, almond, skim, 2% and more. Some milk product froth better than others. Fresh skim milk provides the largest amount of froth. Organic milk and non-dairy milks will not produce the same quality of froth as non-organic milk.

Capresso froth PRO: More than Just Beverages

  • In any recipe that calls for milk, warm the milk in the frother first to help incorporate powdered ingredients and speed the cooking process.
  • Use the frother to heat milk for any recipe that calls for “scalded milk.”
  • Add frothed low-fat milk to mashed potatoes for creamy texture.
  • Use the heating disk to warm milk and cream to add to egg yolks and sugar for homemade crème anglaise.
  • “Marinate” flavoring ingredients like vanilla, cloves, citrus peels or spices in warm milk for 10-20 minutes to bring out an enhanced flavor in any recipe that calls for milk.
  • Use the heating disk to warm milk for an old-fashioned hot milk cake.
  • Using the frothing disk, froth milk or cream on the cold setting for recipes such as custard and meringue that call for “stiff” milk or cream.

Electric Water Kettles: More than Just Tea

  • For a quick and healthy morning breakfast, boil water and add to instant oatmeal, or view our recipe for Homemade Brown Sugar & Almond Instant Oatmeal.
  • Prepare a fun and refreshing treat by boiling water with your Capresso Electric Water Kettle and adding to a package of JELL-O Gelatin.
  • Warm up on a cold day with a sweet glass of instant hot chocolate. Using your Capresso Electric Water Kettle, boil water and then pour into a glass filled with instant hot chocolate mix.
  • Use your Capresso Electric Water Kettle to boil water for instant noodles. Add some greens by pouring hot water over frozen vegetables and adding to the noodles.
  • Preparing cheesecake? Use your Capresso Electric Water Kettle to boil water for a hot water bath that will help your baked goods bake evenly.

Liquid Measurements Conversions

  • 1/4 cup = 2 oz.
  • 1/3 cup = 3 oz.
  • 1/2 cup = 4 oz.
  • 2/3 cup = 5 oz.
  • 3/4 cup = 6 oz.
  • 1 cup = 8 oz.
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4 Comments leave one →
  1. eithne burke permalink
    April 7, 2012 9:05 am

    how do you take out inserted disc?

    • April 13, 2012 9:04 am

      Hi, Eithne. First, unplug your machine. Then, slide your thumb under one side of the disk and gently pull up. The disk should snap out of place. Sometimes during first use the disk seems hard to pull out, but just tug on it and it should pull out.

  2. Ted Briggs permalink
    July 19, 2015 12:02 pm

    I am starting to get inconsistent performance from my frothPro: the frothing disc won’t start without being “kick started” with a finger, the disc speed fluctuates significantly through out the cycle, and the cycle sometimes ends before the milk is hot. Note: the spindle on the bottom of the frothing cup and the disc are clean.

    Any suggestions?

    • July 20, 2015 12:52 pm

      Hi, Ted. Thanks for contacting us, and we’re sorry to hear this. Our customer service team will be assist you. Please contact them by phone at 800-767-3554 or email at contact@capresso.com. Thank you, Capresso Social Media Team

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