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Do you know these details of the whipped cream?

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Do you know these details of the whipped cream?

Real whipped cream is light yet creamy, soft yet rich, and easy to dollop onto pies and cakes and ice cream. Sure, you can buy something labeled whipped cream in a can or a plastic tub, but it isn't real cream (read the ingredients!). It takes just the tiniest bit of effort to make and serve real whipped cream, and the rich flavor and wonderful texture of real cream really are worth it. Use these tips to make sure your cream whips up as quickly and lightly as possible.

Start with chilled heavy cream. Cold cream whips up the quickest and lightest; chilling the bowl and whisk or beaters for at least 15 minutes before whipping the cream will speed things along, too.

Use a large chilled bowl (metal works best) and a whisk, standing mixer, or electric beaters. Cream whips up to at least 3 times its volume (so 1 cup cream will yield about 3 cups whipped cream), and it tends to splatter quite a bit while being whipped, so be sure to use a very large bowl.

Start slowly whisking, whipping, or beating the cream. Going a bit slowly now will limit the amount of splattering.

Add sugar or flavorings once the cream starts to thicken up a bit. About 1 teaspoon sugar to each 1/4 to 1/2 cup of cream use (or more to taste), if you want sweetened cream. You can also add 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract to each 1/2 to 1 cup cream for vanilla-scented whipped cream (a.k.a. chantilly cream) if you like.

Increase the speed once any sugar or vanilla is incorporated into the cream. Whip, whisk, or beat the cream until it forms soft peaks. What are soft peaks? When the whisk or beaters are removed from the cream, a soft peak should form in the cream, but the peak should drop to the side, not hold its shape entirely.

Avoid over-whipping the cream. Softly whipped cream dollops nicely and maintains a smooth, creamy texture; cream beaten to stiff peaks starts getting a slightly grainy texture and can quickly separate into butter and buttermilk if over-beaten.

Whipped cream is delicious right after being whipped, but it can also be covered and chilled for up to 24 hours without too much ill effect.

Fresh whipped cream tends to lose its consistency within one hour when left out at room temperature.

Incorporating powdered gelatin into your fresh whipped cream recipe allows for additional thickness and longer refrigeration life. Simply mix one teaspoon of powdered gelatin with 1/4 cup of water. Heat the mixture on low until the gelatin dissolves. Pour the heated mixture into your whipped cream mixture, and beat until peaks form. The fresh whipped cream with added gelatin will keep in the refrigerator for an additional two to three days.



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