This is a fun drink that I make for my daughter. It started when I was making myself a cappuccino and had leftover frothy steamed milk. I thought Arabella would think it was a yummy treat to eat with a spoon after I sweetened it up a little. She is very sensitive to sugar, so we try to limit her sugar intake and the agave really helps with this. You could add sugar and vanilla, chocolate syrup or any flavored syrup instead. We’ve done both when we didn’t have agave on hand. Honey and vanilla would probably be pretty tasty too.
First microwave the milk for about 25-40 seconds, depending on how much milk you are using. Try not to let it bubble. Then froth the milk using a hand frother. If you have a cappuccino machine, you can use the steam wand.
I use this Aerolatte Milk Frother to make my cappuccinos and Bubble Milk. I’ve had it for several years, and it still works great.
When your milk is frothy, stir in your vanilla extract and agave to taste.
Spoon into a mug or teacup and serve to your favorite cutie.
Arabella likes to have hers extra frothy with a spoon.
- ¼-1/2 cup milk
- Agave syrup
- Vanilla extract
- If you have a cappuccino machine, use the steamer to steam milk.
- If not, heat milk in the microwave for 30-40 seconds being careful not to boil it.
- Use a handheld frothing wand to froth milk until really thick froth is achieved.
- Stir in agave and vanilla to taste.
Hope you enjoy this with your kiddos!