How to Make a Babyccino



Thank you, Melissa Hermer from Ladies of London on Bravo for introducing me to babyccino. On one of the episodes, Melissa’s son asked, “Mummy, may I please have a babyccino?” How adorable is that question?! With an English accent?! OMG! However, this had me wondering, “What is a babyccino?”.

Here is what it is… cafes in Europe they serve children frothed milk with toppings. How simple and cute?

So I figured out how to make one for Little Miss Ava. And I might add she loved it! I served it to her in a kid sized Winnie the Pooh mug, I had from when I was little. I topped her drink with a sprinkle of cinnamon, cocoa powder, and a few chocolate chips (Click here to see my tip for putting cocoa powder in a shaker). The chocolate chips sank to the bottom and melted which made it a little like hot chocolate.

To make a babyccino you need a milk frother. Now you may be asking, “Why would you get a tool just to make your kid a drink?” The reason why is, now I can make myself my own LATTES. Yup. No more spending $5 on my grande caffe latte with coconut milk. I can make them in the comfort of my pjs in about 2 seconds. Wonderful!

The milk frother I purchased is a battery powered handheld one by Aerolatte…here’s a picture. milkfrother

I grabbed this one from Bed Bath and Beyond for $19.99 and I used a $5 off Coupon. You can also find it here on Amazon.

Stay tuned for my latte creations… I hope your babies enjoy their babycinnos!

MILK TIPS: I tried this recipe using unsweetened coconut milk and it would not froth up properly.  I than tried it with coconut creamer and it worked like a charm. So if you are using milk alternative, use the creamer form. I also tried this with Ava’s goat milk and it frothed very well. I would imagine fat free milk may not froth well either. (if you try it, let me know in the comments)

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Frothed Milk with toppings
  • 1/2 cup Choice of milk If you use a coconut milk or almond milk try creamer.
  • 1/2 cup Choice of milk If you use a coconut milk or almond milk try creamer.
  1. Warm the milk on the stove (DO NOT let it boil! If it boils it can prevent you from being able to froth it).
  2. Put the warmed milked into a container safe for blending in. Insert the frother into the liquid in the off position. Put it to the bottom of the liquid, turn it on and blend up and down for about 20 to 30 seconds.
  3. Pour frothed milk into small mug. Top with toppings. Serve with a spoon. *NOTE: Please test before giving to child to make sure it is not too hot!
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