Home made whipped cream

I don’t think I could possibly imagine a world without whipped cream. Good old fashioned, home made whipped cream only please! It makes anything you pair it with just a little more decadent, and I love that just by adding something so simple can elevate any fruit to dessert status. 
{ my coffee break is a little sweeter today }
I know some people prefer their whipped cream stiff, but I like mine fluffy but a little velvety. 
{ I could eat it all… seriously }
{ our staple summer snack }
With the whole Summer stretching out before us I think I need to try some new and exciting ways to enjoy my whipped cream fixation.
{ flavored whip cream: Yes Please! }
{ whipped cream instead of icing? }
{ how delicious does this strawberry shortcake look! }
{ adults only, cookies and cream shots }
{ pistachio shots you had me at ‘sprinkles’ }
Have a great recipe that features whipped cream? 
Please Share!
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Home made whipped cream

15 thoughts on “Home made whipped cream

  1. The first thing I thought of with whipped cream was Pavlova…do you guys do that up there? I am a New Zealander living in Australia and both countries like to lay claim as the inventor of this dessert, but of course I know it was the Kiwis that made it first!

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  2. I have an ISI whipped creamer and it does all the work for you. I just pour in the whipping cream, add vanilla, and just a teaspoon of sugar (i am eating primal so the sugar is a no no) put on a new cartridge, twist it on and pull the handle for the best whipped cream ever. It is so easy. My kids love it too!

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  3. Your pics are beautiful and look yummy! I have 2 recipes that I LOVE..Mint Icebox Cake. Choc Wafers layered with fresh whipped cream, sugar and a dash of mint extract. Fridge for a few hours andyou have a yummy cake. I also make an eton mess..fresh whipped cream, sugar, crushed raspberries, crushed vanilla meringue cookies and mix. Serve in a pretty glass topped with some rasberries. ENJOY!!

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  4. yum! these all look so delicious. I am weaning myself off dairy (still looking for some substitutes) and use coconut milk for my coffee. I noticed that the cream thickens in the frig and thought that it could be a good whipped cream sub.
    Thanks for the vegan whipped cream link- gonna try this coconut cream version!

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  5. Oh my goodness- those nectarine slices with the whipped cream are mouthwatering! Such a great post! Actually, ALL your posts are great- (I don't know what I was thinkin!) :)

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  6. Okay, after speculating about coconut milk as whipped cream for weeks, your post spurred me to try it. I used the directions from familyfreshcooking you linked and it worked beautifully.
    I am now enjoying a cup of coffee with whipped coconut cream & sprinkled with cinnamon! I feel fancy!
    thanks for the inspiration

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  7. Foggogs I actually have one too! I just can't find the replacement cartridges here :(

    Cred, I am Super intrigued by you coconut milk now (I love anything coconut, specially M&M's) so I am gonna give it a whirl. Thanks so much!

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  8. I know it doesn't sound that exciting, but mixing whipped cream with chocolate (or vanilla) pudding makes a great replacement for icing, especially for light summer cakes and desserts!

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  9. My mom always made “frozen yogurt pie” growing up and I love it! Beat up some whipping cream and sweeten to your liking and mix in 2 containers of yogurt and some frozen fruit (I love blackberry or raspberry) then just pour into a graham cracker crust. Freeze for a couple hours and you're set. If it's in the freezer for longer you will want to let it sit out to soften a bit before eating.

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