Easy Whipped Cream Recipe

An easy whipped cream recipe should be made using very cold utensils.  And It's pretty simple once you learn the basics.

It makes a great topping for fresh berries, so learn how to whip cream the right way with a few easy tips.

You can even learn to make a luscious whipped cream that uses coconut milk as an alternative to dairy to make a vegan whipped cream.

Also, learn about a healthy alternative sweetener that will help to keep your blood sugar level stable.

How to Whip Cream by Hand


I prefer whipped cream that is made from raw cow's cream - grass fed cow's cream to be more exact.

However, it may be hard to find raw cream in your neck of the woods, so you will either have to move or make friends with someone who has a cow - LoL.

You can purchase raw cream in many states, but usually only at a dairy farm.

You'll have to investigate what your state offers in the way of raw dairy.  Talk to people at health food stores or at a farmer's market.

Easy Whipped Cream Recipe

In most states you may be able to find a high quality cream that has not been ultra-pasteurized.

If you can't find anything, talk to the store manager and have something better brought into the store.

And think about putting the beater and bowl in the freezer for a little bit before whipping the cream.

I really like how he is flavoring this whipped cream.  Using stevia as the sweetener makes this a low carb whipped cream.

Coconut Whipped Cream Recipe

This coconut whipped cream is a vegan whipped cream recipe and a great alternative to dairy.

However, instead of using powdered sugar - I would try something healthier like lucuma powder.

Lucuma powder blends well and is better for your blood sugar compared to most other sweeteners.


What is Lucuma Powder?

Lucuma is an Ancient fruit from the Lucuma Tree which is grown in places like Peru. This fruit has a flavor that resembles maple syrup, but it is considered a low glycemic sweetener.

Lucuma powder is rich in nutrients such as beta-carotene, trace minerals, and vitamin B3. The pulp of this exotic fruit was once called the "Gold of the Incas".

This low glycemic sweetener is low-temperature dried then ground into a powder.  Most health food stores now carry this sweetener or you can find this one online.


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