All Mixed Up

I have a small RV, so I am always looking for gadgets that can do a big job
but store in a small place.

A little mixer made by BonJour is one of my favorites. It is actually sold as a frother, but I’m not a big coffee drinker, so I can’t attest to its milk-frothing ability. However, if you pair this little mixer with a medium-size, disposable plastic cup as a mixing bowl, man, does this thing whip eggs! I can get a light and fluffy omelette going in just a few seconds. It is also great for any light-to-medium-strength blending task, like mixing drink powders, salad dressings and sauces. When the mixing is done, rinse it off and stow it in a drawer or on its included stand. It keeps you from breaking out that big electric mixer and washing those egg beater blades. It won’t do heavy mixing work, but it shines on the small jobs.

There are a lot of these milk frothers out there, but after trying several different ones, I have dis-covered what works and what doesn’t. Be sure to buy one that runs on four AA batteries. The two battery models just don’t have enough oomph. Also, avoid frothers that have a coil-spring mixing blade as these are really hard to clean.

The BonJour Café Latte Frother comes in either white or chrome/black, runs on four AA batteries and has a one-piece stainless mixing blade. You can find them online for $15 to $20. Amazon car-ries them, as well as many kitchen supply stores. I like mine so much, I bought a second one for the house.

May the froth be with you!

Complete Product Name: BonJour Café Latte Frother

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Average Street Price: Price $15-$20

Original Publication Date: SO/12