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DadJonz and I have coffee together every morning.  Don’t laugh, but we like to pretend we are a couple on the Soap Opera “The Young and The Restless” (minus the drama) hanging out and being all romantic before our day starts.  The only difference is our kids make their voices loud and clear as they yell at one another from their bedrooms or yelling at one another for taking the last waffle.  DadJonz is always talking about how he wants his creamer or milk warm.  “Dude, the coffee will warm it!” The other day he said, “Dear, I want to buy something to warm my creamer before adding it to my coffee.  I think we should buy an electric milk frother!”  Of course, I laughed and said, “NO!”  I’m not big on having appliances on my counter.

Well, his dream came true about two weeks later. Friday evening he told me there was a box left by the postman.  I grabbed the box and handed it to him, telling him it was actually for him.  As he opened it, his eyes lit up like a kid coming down the steps on Christmas morning.  It was an electric milk frother!

He was ready to give it a whirl Saturday morning, but of course, I had a major fell.  NO milk.  Yeah, Procrastination Jonz used all of the milk making milkshakes throughout the week.

So, Sunday after church, Fashion Diva Girl and I ran to the commissary to grab a few items, including milk.  Monday morning DadJonz was excited to try out his new milk frother.  I skipped our 5 a.m. workout since I was going hiking with some friends that morning, so I missed his morning prep session of the kitchen.  When I got downstairs, he had the electric milk frother out of the box and ready to go.

Electric Milk Frother for at home use.

What does that mean to me?  That it is super easy to assemble.  Look, DadJonz isn’t going to mess around with anything that will mess up his morning routine.

Anywho…I started the omelets for the girls and got Equestrian Girl Forever’s lunch.  DadJonz came down and started eating his breakfast.  The coffee was already brewing because he sets the timer for it to brew.  I have strict orders NOT to make the coffee.  We won’t even discuss it.

Here goes nothing.  Let me froth some milk.  Yo, I can jack up appliances.  Heck, there’s an ongoing joke in our house:  “DO NOT let mommy touch anything new dealing with appliances and technology.”

BOOM!!!!  I used the milk frother!  Didn’t have milk flying all over the house and it came out perfect the first try.

Folks, the Chef’s Star Milk Frother is perfect!  Remember I said I don’t like things taking up my counter space.  Well, it’s small and easy to use.  It’s electric and only one button to push.  There are different settings, but it’s all on one button. It’s quiet and super easy to clean too!  Ohhhhh…..I can’t even lie; I was sold on the ease of cleaning.  It’s super simple.  Heck, you can even have your kids froth your milk while you sit back and relax.

Add a little something special to your cup.

We sat and enjoyed our coffee and our daughters finished off the frothed milk in the frother.  The kids are planning on using it this weekend to make themselves some drinks.  Hot chocolate, cream based drinks, etc.  Yep, can save that trip to the coffee shop for those lattes and other specialty drinks.

Ok, I hope you’re still reading cause here’s something special for you.  Do you want one of your very own electric milk frothers for your home?  Oh, you do.  Well, you can WIN one.  It’s simple:

Leave me a comment about how you enjoy your coffee each morning.  I will randomly select one winner.  Keep an eye out for an email from MomJonz to provide your mailing address if you are chosen.  And in case you do not win or you are looking for an excellent gift for a coffee drinker, please head over and check out this great frother for your home.  I promise you will LOVE it!  
The deadline to enter is March 22, 2018, midnight HST. I will contact the winner via email on Friday, March 23.  Be sure to check your spam!  This contest is in partnership with Chef’s Star.  All views are 100% mine.  Yo, you know I will keep it real and raw with you.  The Chef’s Star MF-2 Premier Automatic Milk Frother, Heater and Cappuccino Maker with New Foam Density Feature (New Version) has a place on my counter right next to the coffee pot.  Be sure to share this post with your friends! 
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  1. I am so boring when it some to coffee. I am the only one in the house that drinks it so I sacrifice. I don’t spend a lot of money on it since it is only for me. I typically like it with milk, no sugar (trying to be healthy and junk ). I cherish the 1 cup at 530 am each day before anyone else wakes up. it is my 20-30 mins of solitude to start my day

    1. You are strong! No sugar. Ohhhh….I need some sugar up in mine. That time is oh, so special indeed!

  2. I used to say I liked my coffee like my uniform…khaki. I’ve since gotten rid of the uniform but I still prefer my coffee the same. I would love to be able to drink my coffee black but I want it to feel like a warm hug….not like it is fighting me.

    1. ROFL I’m with you Erica. My husband laughs at me cause he says I have coffee with my cream and sugar. lol

  3. Coffee time is ME time every morning. I’m one of those people that gets excited to go to bed at night so I can hurry up and get my morning coffee!! I like mine with heavy whipping cream (trying to keep it low carb).
    If I’m splurging….. I Love hazelnut flavored coffee.

    1. You know it! ME TIME!!!!! Hazelnut sounds yummy.

  4. I enjoyed reading this. I love the nicknames for everyone, and this was pretty entertaining. I don’t think I’m ready for a milk warmer, but now I know they exist.

    1. Thank you. And their nicknames match them to a tee.

  5. Oooh a Milk Frother. Wow!

    I join you in liking my coffee in the morning. I try as I can to make my coffee foamy and frothy like at the coffee shop, I’m faking it all I can LOL
    I do love my morning coffee with my favorite creamer, Peppermint Mocha.
    I wonder how it would taste frothing my hot chocolate with a little schnapps in it LOL

  6. I like mine hot with plenty of milk and sugar! That frother looks so cool!

  7. Thanks for your blog! I make myself a decaf cofee every afternoon. I add one stevia. I also have the chef star milk frother and love it. Takes minutes. And I feel like I’m sitting in a cafe. I usually call a friend while I’m relaxing with the cofee. I recommend the chef star frother ! It feel luxurious!

    1. Oh, Devora. I’m so happy to hear that you enjoy your Chef’s Star frother too. It really does feel like you’re in a cafe relaxing.

  8. I’m not much of a coffee drinker but when I do it has to be at least half milk. To have warm, frothed milk would be heavenly. Miss you guys!

    1. Hey there!!!! I chuckled at needed it to be at least half milk. I drink mine the same way. lol Coffee with my cream and sugar. We never know where the Navy may send us, it’s always a possibility of heading back that way. Miss you guys too, but not the weather. 🙂

  9. Love it! And coffee… don’t even try and talk to me before I’ve had my first cup! Hahaha! I’ve used a small handheld frother before and it does make such a huge difference in the drink! Like it’s an expensive coffee shop drink, but without Starbucks mess it up or burning the milk like normal ??? anyway, I just use a natural almond milk creamer and it’s a perfect sweet, but not too sweet & none of the extra chemicals a lot of creamers have!

    1. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. There’s something about that first sip of coffee that helps the morning start off right. Although, caffeine does zero for me. There’s something mental about that first sip of coffee each morning. My husband likes the natural creamer too. We had to stop buying the almond for awhile cause our daughter made something with it one day and our youngest has an allergy. Yeah, one of those moments. SMH

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  11. I love my coffee with heavy creamer and truvia or stevia! I love it all day long! I am not giving up my coffee–don’t care what anyone says!

    1. Don’t give it up! It’s what makes the day bright. lol

  12. My husband is becoming a coffee snub and on weekends spoils me. Fresh ground coffee, yes we grind it ourselves and usually only use fresh roasted beans (except a few that seem to taste the same even after a long time). I have learned to use the areopress and am learning the “pour over” method. We even have a electric scale to measure the amount of grind and water, I did say my husband is becoming a coffee snub right? I use french vanilla creamer on the really strong tasting ones, but use cream on light roasts, while hubby pours light cream in his. I love the coffee he makes (except the dark roasts ones) but I will still drink the coffee at work on weekdays that has been brewed with a regular coffee pot and pour tons of cream and sugar in it because at the beginning of the day I still need coffee.

    1. OMG. Can I come to your house for coffee on the weekends? His coffee sounds sooooooo yummy!!!

  13. Well…. you know I’m not drinking the coffee but my mister does! He agrees with you that milk froth is one of the best additives. I like that this one looks easy to clean. We have seen some that leave a mess in their wake.

    1. Nope, this one is super easy to clean. I ain’t got time to scrub and be all in corners. I want to suds it up and keep it moving.

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