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09-06-2009, 09:44 AM #1
Can I freeze whipped cream?
~Is it possible to make a big batch of real whipped cream and just take out a few servings at a time?~~Constance ~DH ~DS 10~DD 8 ~DD 3
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- 09-06-2009, 11:18 AM #2
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yes you can you whip the cream and but dollops of it on wax paper on cookie sheets and freeze when frozen stack in a container and just take out what you need i have never frozen a lot of it but if some is left over i will freeze it and use within about a month
09-06-2009, 11:53 AM #3
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You can make sweetened or unsweetened whipped cream, place it in a pipping bag to form your dollops and freeze on a cookie sheet like groundhog described. Personally, I use parchment paper or a Silpat (silicon mat) for the job because waxed paper tends to get wet and fall apart quicker than parchment paper.
If you want, you can make flavored whipped cream. I remember using unsweetened chocolate pudding and whipped cream as one of those low-carb "treats". Add powdered flavored coffee creamer - so you could make hazelnut whipped cream, or other flavors, which would work well if adding to hot cocoa or coffee.
Here's a link to a plethora of ideas and information at Baking 911:
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