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WHIPPED CREAM RECIPE
There’s nothing like REAL whipped cream, and you will LOVE this easy whipped cream recipe made in a Blendtec or Vitamix blender. Forget the kind you spray from a can when you can now easily make this heavenly topping or filling in just seconds! As you know, Blender Babes likes using coconut palm sugar or turbinado sugar instead of granulated sugar (of course!). The possibilities for using this light, sweet treat are endless – you can top brownies, pies, cakes, strawberry shortcake, frozen yogurt, or a bowl of fresh fruit – you get the idea? Let your high powered blender do all the work, so you don’t have to break out your harder-to-clean electric mixer for this delicious, homemade whipped cream recipe!
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- 2 cups 480 ml heavy whipping cream, cold
- 3 tablespoons 38 g turbinado sugar, coconut palm sugar, or (if you must) granulated sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Place all ingredients into your blender and secure lid.
- For Blendtec TWISTER jar, press the BATTERS button.
- For Blendtec FOURSIDE jar, press the PULSE button until blade spins freely. Remove the lid and with rubber spatula, stir cream. Replace lid and press PULSE until soft peaks form (about 5 more seconds).
- For Vitamix: Select Variable 1, turn machine on and slowly increase speed to Variable 10, then to High. Blend for 12 seconds for soft peaks
- Do not over mix. Serve within two hours.
- All done! Enjoy!! Now take a photo, rate it, and share your accomplishments! 🙂 Tag @BlenderBabes & #BlenderBabes
FUN FACTS ABOUT CHILLED CREAM
Chilled cream whips better than warm cream, at times if not chilled properly the cream may not whip. Also it renders a deeper taste. Normal creams consist of 30 percent of milk fat but heavy cream on the other hand consist of 36 percent fat. The fatty milk product ensures the production of cream, if whipped more than the required time the cream may turn into butter.
12 thoughts on “Real Fresh Easy Whipped Cream”
Could I add cream cheese to this recipe to make a whipped cream, cream cheese frosting?
You sure can! That sounds so delicious. Try it out and let us know how it turns out. Keep in mind, some cream cheese frostings have softened butter in them. Try it without the butter first to see if you like it.
I can’t wait to hear how it comes out. 🙂
If you add 1 tablespoon of skim milk powder, you get a stabilized whipped cream that lasts for days in the fridge! Perfect for frosting, dipping, eating off of a spoon… 😉
Good to know!! Thanks! XOXO
couldnt believe the whipped cream is so easy to make and fast
Right Ginny?!! We LOVE real whipped cream and love making it in our blender! 🙂
Do you think it would work with coconut milk in the vitamix?
No we’ve tried this with even full fat coconut cream. You can make a coconut whipped cream by putting the can in the fridge overnight, and the next day removing the cream from the coconut water. We tried mixing it with vanilla in the blender but it was too powerful and it lost the thickness, but you can just gently mix in a bowl with vanilla and/or sweetener of choice. 🙂
Doing this on Sunday! Thanks!!
Thanks for sharing Nick 🙂 We've heard good things about the Omni as well, glad you like it! Welcome to Blender Babes and HAPPY BLENDING! xoxo ~The Babes
REALLY! I have a Omni blender 3 horse power had a vitamix dint like it but I love my Omni blender its a real blender for real cooks at a really good price lol
I love this.