How to Make Whipped Cream

Learn How to Make Whipped Cream:

Whipping cream can be utilized for a few purposes. A typical way it can be used is for making a whipped topping for cakes, pies and different sweets. It is likewise utilized as a fixing in recipes for pastries, soups, sauces, and drinks. To make whipped garnishes, heavy cream is whipped, utilizing a whisk, hand-blender or stand blender. The blending procedure makes air rises in the cream and as the cream is whipped the fat is circulated among whipped bubbles, which makes them stick together and make foam. The fat particles must be frosty for them to stick together.
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Does making newly whipped cream make them go after the canned assortment? Nothing beats whipped cream produced from scratch, and with a couple of simple steps in this article―and by using few ingredients― the best possible recipe for making whipped cream.

Let's start with the basic ingredients that you'll need to make whipped cream.


Stand Blander or Hand Beater
One large sized bowl
Heavy whipping cream (any brand)
Granulated sugar
Now that you've collected the ingredients in place. Start preparing the recipe now.
Let's begin by following these simple steps.

Process of Making Whipped Cream:

Everything Needs to be Chilled

Place the bowl in which you'll prepare the whipped cream in the freezer for about good 15 to 20 minutes before you start preparing the whipped cream. The cream that’s going to be whipped should also be chilled straight out of the refrigerator. It's best to use all the products chilled as it makes whipping easy and fast. The colder it is, the better it will whip. Now pour the cream into the cold frozen bowl.

Note to Remember:

If you take one cup of cream before for whipping, it will increase to two cups after you're done whipping.

Add Some Sugar:

No One Likes Plain Tasteless Cream:

A better way of making whipped cream is adding two tablespoons full of sugar for every one cup of cream. But you can also add sugar as much as you like it. Some people don’t like it too sweet. So, you can also add less sugar to it.

Note to remember: 

If you want to make it quick. You can add powdered sugar as granulated sugar takes more time than powdered sugar.

Now take your hand beater and star beating the cream until it forms to a thick foam like texture. Make sure you move the beater in circular motion around the bowl and set the speed to high. Switch directions when needed and beat on a high speed.

Now put the Speed to a low and continue with the beating until you see soft textured like form. You need to keep beating if the cream still hasn’t formed a stiffer texture. But be careful when beating as too much beating might change the texture into a buttery mixture.

Note to remember:

If by chance you over beat the cream and its texture changes into butter like mixture. Then don’t worry, we can fix this. Add two or three tablespoons full of unwhipped cream to your mixture, and it's good to go.

Now use the cream to create frosting for your cake or for anything that you want to use the cream for. You can also store the whipped cream in cream boxes that are easily available at any store, or you can get them from different companies that sell custom-made boxes.

The easy way to store whipped cream is by putting it in a good and tightly packed cream box or container and then placing it in the freezer.