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How to Whip Cream

By : | 5 Comments | On : January 16, 2013 | Category : Tips

How to whip cream

Nothing can out do the taste and creaminess of real whipped cream.When preparing cream always have the following in mind .
(a) First of all, thoroughly chill cream.
(b)Chill mixing bowl and beaters.
(c)Whip cream on medium speed.
(d) Add sugar (2 tablespoons to 1/4 cup granulated) and any flavorings while whipping cream.
(e) Ready when peak forms and stands on bowl.
(f) For vanilla-flavored whipped cream, add 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract.
(g) For a chocolate flavor add 2 tablespoons cocoa with 2 tablespoons of sugar.
(h) For coffee-flavored cream add 2 teaspoons instant coffee granules and 2 tablespoons sugar.
(i) For a touch of your favorite liquor , add 1 tablespoon for every 200ml. of whipped cream.

TIPS (a) Use cream that has either a 36 to 40 percent milk-fat content (heavy cream) or 30 to 36 percent (light whipping cream).
(b) Avoid over whipping cream since it will turn to butter
(c) Sweeten whipped cream to taste, depending on what it accompanies.

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  1. posted by Mistry on Feb 4, 2013

    The whipped cream pie topping at restaurants like Bakers Square lasts so much longer than the Cool-Whip or homemade whipped cream I use. How can I make a whipped cream that will last?

  2. posted by SKATEskum on Feb 4, 2013

    Also, what brand of canned whipped cream should I use?

  3. posted by Jairo on Feb 4, 2013

    I hand-whipped cream last night for dessert, and accidentally left the cake with the cream on it out for about 10 hours (from about 10pm at night until 8am in the morning). It was in the basement which is fairly cool, and covered with saran wrap. I stuck it back in the fridge this morning. Is it okay to eat it?
    I guess I’ll just toss it. Luckily we ate it fresh last night and it was delicious- I guess we just aren’t having leftovers. :-/ Ah well, lesson learned I guess. Thanks!

  4. posted by soccermaster1 on Mar 17, 2013

    The step just tells you to whisk the heavy whipping cream with vanilla and some eggs. Can I replace heavy whipping cream with whipped cream? Although they’re not identical, would there be a dramatic difference?

  5. posted by Cupcakerum on Mar 21, 2013

    I’m sure you know this comes from the movie “Night At The Roxbury”, when Doug proposes to buy some “Fluffy” whip.
    In case you don’t know, you buy a can of whip cream, suck on the nozzle, and then press it while sucking. Just wondering, what does it do? And is it harmful?

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