38 questions from our users
My aldi milk frother has turned to cold how to I turn it back to warming the milk?
Love this frother, have used for over 2 years daily. But cant work out how to switch between hot and cold. Any suggestions
I would like to replace the rubber seal on my frother. Where can I buy one?
where can I purchase this 500ml Aldi Large milk frother
Can I get only spare part?
I lost little part that rotating.
I would like to change from lactose free milk to soy but can’t get the soy to froth. Can anyone help me
I couldn't get soy or almond to froth either and had to switch to normal /skim milk
A review below says that the specific brand, almond breeze worked well
What is the best way to clean this frother to get the brown gunk off.
I took mine back. It frothed and heated OK the first time, after which it didn't froth or heat. I never had a problem with brown gunk, which I presume is burned milk solids, because mine didn't heat at all.
Can you put it in the fridge with left over milk?
How do I change the setting to cold on my milk frother?
The blue light on the heating indicator will not come on and the milk is not heating. Is the milk frother broken?
How well does it froth skim milk .
I feel you need full cream milk to froth. I found my did not froth very well nor heat sufficiently.
I took it back to Aldi and was replaced as I had my receipt and was under 2 years warranty. This one frothed beautifully the first few days and then went back to the original problem..
I was getting fed up so i looked at reviews. I decided on a Breville one from Amazon Australia free delivery at $129. Quite expensive but seems worth the money going by the reviews. When I ordered it online my Aldi one decided to froth again but will probably have more problems. If so I will return it to Aldi for a refund. I want to enjoy my coffee without it overfliowing, not heating well or not frothing properly. The coffee machine is fine and capsules cheap.
I use mine for Almond milk and it froths beautifully as long as I use one particular brand of milk, Almond Breeze. When using regular dairy milk for friends I find it has quite a thick consistency, so I’d say that skim milk may froth similar to almond milk, a little lighter than regular full fat dairy milk. I love mine, I’ve never had any issues with it and I purchased it as a refurbished model from eBay.
My milk frother overflows when I fill it to the top maximum line, I have followed the instructions in the manual. Does anyone else have this problem?
If I fill mine to the top maximum level and use the little stirrer attachment with the spiral ring it does overflow. Using the other one without the spiral ring, it doesn’t overflow. However I only use almond milk in mine and dairy could make it frothier.
When I make a cappuccino, I’ll heat the milk with the smaller laté attachment to the max level, then use the spiral attachment to the minimum level to make the cappuccino froth.
How do I get the whisk out of the frother?
Can anyone tell me what the warranty on this product is? I've had mine for six months and the heating component has stopped working. It still froths but the milk is completely cold. I can't find the instruction manual that came with it.
Can I use cream (as a replacement for milk) in my Aldi milk frothed??
two questions- whats with the wire ring attached to the lid- and how come it only heats is up to warm- not hot?
The wire ring attached to the lid is the mixer you use to make cappuccino froth, there is another for latte. Each one is held in the lid when not in use, you just unclip it when required. It does heat slightly hotter than warm but not excessively hot so that you burn your mouth, hence them saying warm. For me the heat is perfect.
My expressi milk jug is on cold how do i change it back to heat?
Where can I buy the whisk for Expressi milk frother?
My frother is doing warm milk perfectly but won't froth on cold. Any help?
Is it possible to adjust the temperature? I'd like to turn it down about 5 degrees.
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