Make DIY Cappuccino Coffee On A Budget With My Italian Man!

 

My husband Luca promised something to you, guys. He’s the kind of man who always keeps his promises. Yes, I know, he’s sweet… That’s why I fell for him.

Today is the day when he’s going to show you how to make a perfect Italian cappuccino coffee on a budget. A DIY cappuccino. Without a machine. But with lots of foam. And with lots of love!

All you need is just a very cheap gadget that you can find at Ikea or many other stores for just a few dollars, and a simple Italian cafetiere for espresso, which are quite trendy now, so you might even have it lying around your home. If not, they’re pretty cheap and unbelievably useful. There’s nothing like espresso made in that traditional metal thing that you can find at every single Italian home, no matter where it is.

This video was inspired by all of your requests when we asked if you wanted to see it. But also by hundreds of guests who have tried Luca’s cappuccino and were amazed to see how easy it was to make it. A lot of them even confessed that they already had that little cheap gadget, but they had no clue how to use it. Well, now we’ll make sure you never become one of those people! 🙂

We hope you’ll enjoy your DIY cappuccino coffee from now on, and if you do give this recipe a try, please let us know!

Lots of love,

Vita & Luca xx

P.S. Please show some support to Luca if you like his work. It was the first time he starred in a video alone, so the poor guy was really nervous. But it all came out so well, I think. What do you think?

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Comments

  1. Yay! he did really well. now I will have to find that tool for foaming the milk!

  2. So helpful! I always knew what a frother was, but never how to actually use it! What a good team you two make:)

    • Hahaha thanks so much! So Luca was right: a lot of people have them in their houses, but don’t know how to use them. Well, now you do! Send us a picture of your first DIY cappuccino! 🙂 xx

  3. Thank you so much, Luca and Vita! 🙂 My husband looooves cappuccino and now I can make them for him at home! Yay! 🙂 Great video, Luca! What other Italian delights await in future videos? 🙂 Love all your videos, Vita! Thank you for sharing and have a great day, you two! 🙂

    • You’re very welcome, Jenny! I hope that you and your husband will enjoy your homemade cappuccinos from now on. 🙂 They’re so easy, cheap, and delicious! So glad you’re enjoying my videos. Knowing that means the world to me. Have a great day, too! xx

  4. Thanks to your video, I’ve been making cappuccino for myself every Sunday morning ~ it’s so easy & delicious. I’m now able to whip up coffee that looks & tastes like something you’d pay $5 for at a coffeehouse. Love it! 🙂

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