Do you like creamy textures as much as we do?
If that’s the case, you will agree with us on this one.
The difference between homemade whipped cream and the one you buy at the supermarket is so big that once you try to make it at home, you will never go back to the store for that. You will go to buy the ingredients! And guess how many you need. ONE! As simple as that. Well, you can also add some sugar to make it sweet an some vanilla to make it special!
I have used the kitchen robot for this recipe. I don’t use it very often, as I tend to make everything by hand. My brownie recipes, for example, are all handmade! No machine involved. I like the feeling of making things by hand so much that I have beaten egg whites by hand plenty of times (having the hand mixer in the cupboard…) This feeling comes from my student years, when I started baking using what there was in the kitchen. You can imagine the amount of kitchenware there was in a student residence kitchen…not very much! And this is what made it fun, I had to make it my own way!
Have you ever tried to make whipped cream in a jar? You can! Ingredients: very cold cream and sugar. Instructions: Find some salsa music, a jar and cream. Add sugar if you want to make it sweet. Put the cream and the sugar in the jar, close it. Play the music and start the maracas! Enjoy the music and the work out! Don’t play maracas for too long or your cream will turn into butter though. You can also use your hand mixer if you are not feeling like doing that, of course 🙂
Have you ever tried it?
…And if you have some left, you can put it on top of your coffee!
As I love the strong taste of coffee in the morning I always have coffee with no sugar.
I have added some cream this morning (with no sugar) and it was delicious!
If you like cream, you will like this recipe!
It is the easiest ever posted on the blog.
Homemade whipped cream is so much better when you make it at home. You know what it is made of!
- 100 ml cream It has to be full fat cream.
- 1 spoon powdered sugar Not mandatory.
The cream has to be very cold. I prepare my tools in advance so I just have to take the cream out of the fridge and start whisking.
Prepare your kitchen robot, (your stand mixer, your hand mixer or your jar).
Add the cold cream and start using the whisk. If you want to add some sugar, do it after 2 minutes. Continue for approximately 5 minutes (depending on your tools). Don't over whisk or it will turn into butter.
You can keep it in the fridge for about 2 hours. As its fridge life is not very long, I always prepare small quantities.