It’s late at night and you’re studying for finals, or finishing up that work project that’s due first thing in the morning. You’re bleary-eyed and desperate for caffeine, but there’s no coffee left in the pot. Time to break out the Keurig, right? But wait—can you put milk in a Keurig?
Can You Put Milk in a Keurig?
The answer to this question is a resounding no. Keurigs are designed for coffee, not milk. So, if you’re looking to make a latte or cappuccino at home, you’re going to need to find another way to steam your milk. Sorry!
What Happens if I Use Tap Water in My Keurig?
We don’t recommend using tap water in your Keurig for two reasons. First, it can leave behind minerals that can build up over time and shorten the lifespan of your machine. Second, tap water simply doesn’t taste as good as filtered water. Filtered water will make for a better-tasting cup of coffee (or tea) every time. Trust us on this one!
Your Keurig is a powerhouse when it comes to making coffee quickly and easily. But there are some things you should know about this beloved machine before you start using it. Can you put milk in a Keurig? No! What happens if you use tap water? It’s not ideal because it can leave mineral deposits behind and affect the taste of your coffee or tea. Now that you know the answer to these questions, happy brewing!