Ikea Milk Frother 100.763.20, Silver

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Ikea Milk Frother 100.763.20, Silver

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    Home & Kitchen, Milk Frothers, Coffee, Tea & Espresso Appliances, Kitchen & Dining, Small Appliances

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 23 Reviews
  • March 19, 2019 Last Review Date
  • Dec. 6, 2014 First Seen Review Date
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    AskCulinary (2)
    Coffee (2)
    ketorecipes (2)
    lifehacks (2)
    1200isplenty (1)
    DIYBeauty (1)
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    electronic_cigarette (1)
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Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

I want to make a diorama with whirling snow. Any ideas? [R]

7 months agoDragonTHC posted submission on modelmakers.
March 19, 2019

Asking this here becase the diorama sub is kind of sleepy.

I'm planning a LEGO diorama for the Ice Planet series inspired by the style of the product photos: https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/295/788/ab8.jpg

I've searched but couldn't find anything regarding actual moving/whirling snow. The diorama would be enclosed in a box shape, I'm thinking maybe hiding small fans behind mountains/buildings trying to create an "infinite" flow of air that keeps small pieces of paper in the air.

Another (extreme) idea would be filling the diorama with liquid & pumping snow around like one of those crystal balls or whatever they are called. Any ideas or suggestions?

7 months agoDragonTHC posted comment on modelmakers.
March 19, 2019

You'll need a lock to keep the snow flocking inside. Or you could use a milk frother to move the snow from inside. Easy to take apart and integrate.

https://www.amazon.com/Ikea-Milk-Frother-100-763-20-Silver/dp/B00Q4O5MY0

Just discovered: milk frothers are amazing for making vinaigrette’s!! [R]

8 months, 3 weeks agobigtitscarrotchoppa posted submission on AskCulinary.
Jan. 27, 2019

I’m talking about the kind that has a handle and a tiny whisk at the end that spins, just like this: https://www.amazon.com/Ikea-Milk-Frother-100-763-20-Silver/dp/B00Q4O5MY0

I was going to make vinaigrette, but my dishwasher was running with all my whisks in it. I was thinking of what I had on hand that I could use instead of opening the dishwasher, and I suddenly thought of my milk frother.

I was making a small amount (1 Tbs vinegar: 3 Tbs oil), so I held the milk frother close to the bottom of the bowl (to prevent splashes from the whisk running at superspeed). Guys, it was a fucking breeze emulsifying that dressing. I first ran it to blend the vinegar and mustard, and then let the oil slowly drizzle against the stem of the whisk. It came out so perfect. There’s a risk sometimes of breaking the emulsion when making small amounts of dressing, but there was no chance of that this time. And instead of holding the bowl while whisking, then drizzling a little oil, rinse and repeat or getting a towel wet to hold the bowl, I could just hold the whisk steady in one hand and drizzle the oil with the other.

I’m sure this would work with larger amounts, too.

I think this will be my forever dressing tool.

Hope you all are excited about this as I am!!

Need some help guys. Bought this chawan in Japan. Ordered chasen from amazon. Chawan is about 4in wide. Chasen about 2 1/2in. Needs to say not easy to whisk. What sizes should I be looking for and where can I get a smaller whisk? Thanks in advance!! [R]

2 years, 1 month agoStaticblast posted submission on tea.
Sept. 1, 2017
2 years, 1 month agoStaticblast posted on tea.
Sept. 1, 2017

Well, unless you REALLY want to do it the traditional way, wouldn't an electric milk frother work OK?

Anyone have an interest in rotary mixers? [R]

3 years, 11 months agobenjadock posted submission on DIY_eJuice.
Nov. 1, 2015
3 years, 11 months agobenjadock posted on DIY_eJuice.
Nov. 2, 2015

Off topic, but I use this for mixing mine, and it does an awesome job.

Substitutions for coffee creamer that still make my coffee creamy? [R]

3 years, 11 months agoforfuckingreal posted submission on 1200isplenty.
Oct. 28, 2015

I have a problem. I love creamy coffee. Like, I probably put 1/4 to 1/2 cup of creamer in my coffee and I really don't enjoy it any other way. Even sugar free coffee mate is 15 calories a tbsp and even with only one cup of coffee a day that's 60-120 calories in just a drink. Is there any way to still get that creaminess with less calories?

3 years, 11 months agoforfuckingreal posted on 1200isplenty.
Oct. 30, 2015

I use a milk frother to kinda froth cashew milk before putting it in my coffee. I have this one http://www.amazon.com/Ikea-Milk-Frother-100-763-20-Silver/dp/B00Q4O5MY0/ref=sr11?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1446257204&sr=1-1&keywords=ikea+milk+frother

My new ghetto mixer [R]

3 years, 11 months agoBigskix posted submission on DIY_eJuice.
Oct. 29, 2015
3 years, 11 months agoBigskix posted on DIY_eJuice.
Oct. 30, 2015

Or you could just...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Q4O5MY0/ref=cmswrawdds.mwbSEZSXKM

Question: Josie Maran's Argan Milk (linked below, w/ ingredients) is a very thin, white oil/water emulsion, but it's $56/ounce. Can you help me make a recipe? [R]

4 years, 1 month agovalentinedoux posted submission on DIYBeauty.
Sept. 14, 2015

http://www.paulaschoice.com/beautypedia-skin-care-reviews/by-brand/josie-maran-cosmetics/_/Pure-Argan-Milk-Intensive-Hydrating-Treatment

Water, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Kernel Oil, Propanediol, Glyceryl Caprylate, Glyceryl Undecylenate, Phosphatidylglycerol, Sodium Benzoate, Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid

It's really thin and watery and I want to duplicate it with the same texture, without making it too oily or goopy. Any ideas?

4 years, 1 month agovalentinedoux posted on DIYBeauty.
Sept. 17, 2015

Lexgard Natural (Glyceryl Caprylate and Glyceryl Undecylenate) is a multi-functional ingredient - a humectant, an emulsifier and a preservative. It is available only from chemical suppliers. We can't buy because they required screening process, such as background check and FDA/DEA registrations.

Phosphatidylglycerol is a lipid. It's available only from chemical suppliers.

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There are a few alternatives but it might not feel the same as Josie Maran's Argan Milk.

Emulsifiers:

Lipids:

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Potential recipe:

WATER PHASE:

q.s. % distilled water

5-10% propanediol

2-4% glycerin

OIL PHASE:

20% argan oil

5% emulsifier of your choice

2-5% super sterol liquid

COOL DOWN PHASE:

0.5% broad spectrum preservative (germaben II, optiphen plus, phenonip)

0.1-0.5% xanthan gum (emulsion stabilizer)

? % antioxidant (0.1-1% citric acid or 1% vitamin E to prevent rancidity of argan oil)

(q.s. quantity sufficient means add enough water to make 100%)

Heat water and oil phases separately in a double broiler until they reach 120F. When they reach 120F, turn the heat off. Mix together with a milk frother or mini whisk. Let it cool until 90F, add a preservative, xanthan gum and an antioxidant and whip again for 5-10 seconds. Fin.

Note: I'll go slow with xanthan gum. You don't want your argan milk too gummy. Start with 0.1% first and see if it will hold the two liquids together. If not then add another 0.1% and so on.

Bulletproof coffee life/time saver! [R]

4 years, 1 month agoshe_said_what posted submission on keto.
Aug. 28, 2015

Hi Guys,

I was always turned off bulletproof beverages because of the extra time, effort and cleaning having to blend fat into my coffee would take. As you guys probably know you can't just stir in your oil of choice - it just forms an oil slick on top. But bringing out the blender for a simple mug of coffee seemed daunting.

I have found the solution! Use a protien shaker!

Just pop the cocunut oil and butter in with your hot coffee and shake around for 30 seconds (make sure you pop the lid to release the pressure from the hot water half way through)... and it's just as good! the inbuilt whisk emulsifies the fat through the liquid just as well as a blender, and you don't have extra appliances to clean, you can just drink it right out of the shaker!

I have been making bulletproof hot chocolates this way too - some coco, coconut oil, hot water, a pinch of salt and stevia, delicious!

4 years, 1 month agoshe_said_what posted on keto.
Aug. 28, 2015

I use my trusty IKEA milk frother. It works great!

First time BPC (in my fav glass) + bonus breakfa st shot. I have just discovered BPC. Mother of god it is incredible. DAT froth. [R]

4 years, 3 months agoshe_said_what posted submission on keto.
July 4, 2015
4 years, 3 months agoshe_said_what posted on keto.
July 4, 2015

And if you don't have a blender, or want to have to clean it every day, you can get yourself a nifty milk frother.

You can easily mix wax with PG and vape from any device [R]

4 years, 4 months agomrcoolbp posted submission on vaporents.
June 19, 2015

Not many people seem to know this so here's a PSA:

You can simply mix wax (bho, shatter) with some Propolyne Glycol (or probably VG too) and then use this in literally any e-cig type vaping device.

I have been doing this for months now. I'm an e-cig vapor and just tried it as an experiment one day. It tastes fucking amazing and you can mix it to any strength you want. It does gunk up the coils a little though.

Wasn't sure what to do as far as strenght so I just experimented a bit. My most recent batch was about 350mg/ml (based on how much wax I had). This is a rough estimate, also I have been diluting this as I don't like to get retarded, just 'toasty'. If shaking isn't dissolving the wax completely you could try placing the bottle in warm water for a few minutes then shaking. An ultrasonic cleaner (U.C.) is even easier, just throw a glass bottle in for 15 min with warm water.

4 years, 4 months agomrcoolbp posted on vaporents.
June 19, 2015

These are fantastic for stirring

What do you think? [R]

4 years, 4 months agobknows posted submission on DIY_eJuice.
June 12, 2015
4 years, 4 months agobknows posted on DIY_eJuice.
June 12, 2015

I was looking at one of these. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00Q4O5MY0/ref=s9simhgwp79d0i2?pfrdm=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pfrds=desktop-1&pfrdr=1PP198ASQ1ECFKNSKXYW&pfrdt=36701&pfrdp=2079475242&pfrd_i=desktop

Milk Frother from Ikea on Amazon

I seen people on here are using them. My only question is would it fit in a bottle as i mix directly into bottles.

The $0.70 End All Dremel Mixer [R]

4 years, 5 months agoplayin0 posted submission on DIY_eJuice.
May 14, 2015
4 years, 5 months agoplayin0 posted on DIY_eJuice.
May 14, 2015

Here's my setup. Perfect fit with 50ml conical vials http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00Q4O5MY0/ref=ohauidetailpageo07s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

http://www.nudenicotine.com/product/conical-vials-for-mixing/

Quick milk frother question! [R]

4 years, 5 months agodarkbarf posted submission on DIY_eJuice.
April 22, 2015

When using a milk frother do you actually let it froth your juice? I did this with a couple of my mixes, to the point where they were so frothy they might as well be called mashed potatoes. But my juice has tasted a lot different after steeping for a couple days. worse than just shaking it up. How far do you go with the frother?

4 years, 5 months agodarkbarf posted on DIY_eJuice.
April 23, 2015

IKea sells a frother

http://www.amazon.com/Ikea-Milk-Frother-100-763-20-Silver/dp/B00Q4O5MY0

also, this is cheapest magnetic stir diy i've found. 12 bux and odds and ends. http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=338695

I like a latte from time to time. Fast and best way to make one spending under $500 on equipment? [R]

4 years, 6 months agojtskywalker posted submission on Coffee.
April 20, 2015

I'm a total coffee noob. Bought a french press and grinder about a year ago and typically just do that. But my wife and I like lattes for whatever reason. We like the sweetness, the milk, and the nice kick we get out of the espresso shots. My question is, what's the best way to go around creating our own at home for under $500? Is it even worth getting an espresso machine?

4 years, 6 months agojtskywalker posted on Coffee.
April 20, 2015

Yep. It doesn't make espresso like a real espresso machine, but when you're adding frothed milk to it, you can't tell that much of a difference.

Also, get a little electric milk frother like this. Microwave your milk or heat it on the stove to get it hot, then froth it with that and it's almost as good as steamed milk.

Mixing juice without effort [0:16] [R]

4 years, 6 months agoRobinOfReddit posted submission on electronic_cigarette.
March 31, 2015
4 years, 6 months agoRobinOfReddit posted on electronic_cigarette.
March 31, 2015

I just use one of these Ikea Milk Frother 100.763.20, Silver

Any tricks to make instant coffee with milk more interesting? [R]

4 years, 7 months agowriter__ posted submission on Coffee.
Feb. 21, 2015
4 years, 7 months agowriter__ posted on Coffee.
Feb. 21, 2015

Try doing some latte art with a cheap milk frother like this ($5!) I was inspired by this video and whenever my brews are off I opt to salvage them doing this instead of throwing it out.

LPT: Stir powdered hot chocolate with a fork rather than a spoon. [R]

4 years, 8 months agomultirachael posted submission on LifeProTips.
Feb. 8, 2015

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4 years, 8 months agomultirachael posted on LifeProTips.
Feb. 8, 2015

Try one of these.

I keep one at my office desk so I can make foamed milk for my coffee at the break station.

For coffee shop frothy milk at home, just shake milk in a mason jar and microwave. [R]

4 years, 9 months agoJan. 15, 2015

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4 years, 9 months agoTeaDranks posted on lifehacks.
Jan. 17, 2015

Just buy this if you're serious about coffee

For coffee shop frothy milk at home, just shake milk in a mason jar and microwave. [R]

4 years, 9 months agoJan. 15, 2015

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4 years, 9 months agotehbailey posted on lifehacks.
Jan. 17, 2015

Or just spend a few dollars and get something like one of these. The type of foam in that video is still delicious, but you can get much better control over the texture with a frothing wand like this. Microwave milk in a mug or something else and hit it up with one of these until it appears smooth like paint. yum

Question about "Bulletproof Coffee". [R]

4 years, 9 months agoANGRY_TWAT posted submission on ketorecipes.
Jan. 6, 2015

So Im starting keto. I work early and am out the door by 4am to be at work at 5. I typically have a coffee before work, and want to start trying the Bulletproof recipe. Now I know there is some controversy here with name "Bulletproof" because of the owner and the brand. But I'm noit buying the products, just the recipe, as I've heard it's good, and this can start my day off since I normally don't eat breakfast until about 7:30am most days.

On the recipes I've seen it talks about blending everything together in a blender. is that necessary? or can I just brew coffee in my Keurig, throw in butter and MCT oil and stir?

4 years, 9 months agoANGRY_TWAT posted on ketorecipes.
Jan. 6, 2015

cheaper version (I've owned mine for 2 years and it's still in perfect condition):

http://www.amazon.com/Ikea-Produkt-100-763-20-Milk-frother-Silver/dp/B00Q4O5MY0/ref=sr11?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1420579983&sr=1-1&keywords=milk+frother

Question about "Bulletproof Coffee". [R]

4 years, 9 months agoANGRY_TWAT posted submission on ketorecipes.
Jan. 6, 2015

So Im starting keto. I work early and am out the door by 4am to be at work at 5. I typically have a coffee before work, and want to start trying the Bulletproof recipe. Now I know there is some controversy here with name "Bulletproof" because of the owner and the brand. But I'm noit buying the products, just the recipe, as I've heard it's good, and this can start my day off since I normally don't eat breakfast until about 7:30am most days.

On the recipes I've seen it talks about blending everything together in a blender. is that necessary? or can I just brew coffee in my Keurig, throw in butter and MCT oil and stir?

4 years, 9 months agoANGRY_TWAT posted on ketorecipes.
Jan. 6, 2015

I wouldn't add hot coffee to those bottles! Get one of those milk frothers from amazon. They work extremely well for bulletproof coffee.

http://www.amazon.com/Ikea-Produkt-100-763-20-Milk-frother-Silver/dp/B00Q4O5MY0/ref=sr11?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1420579983&sr=1-1&keywords=milk+frother

I've been making bpc wrong this whole time.. [R]

4 years, 10 months agopavlovs_log posted submission on keto.
Dec. 21, 2014

My blender took a crap on me, so this morning (somewhat desperately) I decided to try out my immersion blender with the included mixing cup.. and it was SO much easier than using and cleaning my big glass digital blender (I'm a bit of a foodie and have a lot of kitchen gear). I'll never make bpc another way ever again!

4 years, 10 months agopavlovs_log posted on keto.
Dec. 21, 2014

Even an immersion blender sounds like too much trouble to be honest.

I put a tbsp of coconut oil, a few drops of stevia, and 2 tbsp of cold Kerrygold butter and some collagen protein straight into my coffee cup. I don't even bother to microwave or melt anything.

I throw a k-cup in my Keurig and hit the brew button. I let it all sit for about a minute, and use a milk frother (http://www.amazon.com/Ikea-Produkt-100-763-20-Milk-frother-Silver/dp/B00Q4O5MY0/ref=sr11?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1419178805&sr=1-1&keywords=frother) to mix it all up straight in the cup. The coffee is hot enough to melt everything.

It takes two seconds for me to rinse the frother in the sink, another second to turn off the keurig and throw away the k-cup, and a few seconds to rinse out my coffee cup after I'm finished and I'm all done with clean up.

Is it possible to make a satisfying cup of hot cocoa in the microwave? [R]

4 years, 10 months agoYourWaterloo posted submission on AskCulinary.
Dec. 5, 2014

I love hot cocoa, as you all do, and since it's December I'm planning on drinking it in copious amounts. But every time I get lazy and do it in the microwave instead of on the stove, it never mixes right. I've tried whisking the crap out of it with a fork, making a slurry and then mixing it...it never mixes well. Is there a way do make it in the microwave and not have it suck?

4 years, 10 months agoYourWaterloo posted on AskCulinary.
Dec. 6, 2014

We have one of those super cheap Ikea milk frothers in our apartment, and it's perfect for mixing up hot chocolate! I heat the milk in the microwave, and then add the chocolate, and then froth until blended.

If you don't already, you should consider mixing up a big batch of hot chocolate mix in the food processor so that it's very fine and it melts quickly and easily.