Monday, November 18, 2013

Homemade Whipped Cream



I have sweet memorites of my Mom making up a batch of homeade Whipped Cream for the tops of pies and desserts during Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Oh how good that stuff was and I was quickly able to discern the difference between the 'real' stuff and the stuff that comes frozen in a tub.  The real stuff is AMAZING and it's so easy to make!
Whipped Cream,  Whipped Cream
I never measure but here I've used the entire half pint and about 1/8 cup of sugar or more depending on your taste and if you like it sweet or not. 
My Ruby Red Kitchen Aid waiting to be used~!
Add the cream and sugar to your bowl and whip up until it thickens. 
Don't overmix or it will seperate....
...and mix until peaks form.
The Whipped Cream should stand up on a sp
Whipped Cream, Whipping Cream
On to the best part... enjoy! 
Whipped Cream, Whipping Cream
Nothing, and I mean nothing, beats a dollop of Fresh Whipped Cream on the top dessert.  Or to just eat from a spoon!  

15 comments:

  1. Agreed!

    We also use Dream Whip occasionally and I have officially declared that if it has to come from the tub is has to be real Cool-Whip-none of the off brand Whipped Topping. :)

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  2. I had a speck of vanilla to mine too - nothing beats real whipped cream, especially on strawberry shortcake!

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  3. I have never made it, but I will definitely be trying this soon! Yum...:) Blessings, Vicky
    Life On Willie Mae Lane

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  4. I couldn't find your email address. Just wanted you to know that you've been featured today, Friday, November 22, on my weekly Welcome Wagon Friday post. You should be receiving visitors shortly. Welcome to our neighborhood!
    Brenda

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  5. Those strawberries look delicious, but I want the red Kitchenaid.

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    1. haha! I understand! It was a gift to me and I LOVE it!

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  6. I am your newest follower. I found you through Brenda. Love your sweet blog, Lil. I laughed cuz Brenda said she had never whipped cream before. Can't imagine! I'll put you on my sidebar right away- xo Diana

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  7. I'm here from Brenda also and Ditto with Nana Diana my fellow blogger who's grandchildren are just as beautiful as mine :).....Welcome to blogging and we have something in common...That red Kitchen Aid...I love mine so much I have two!! big and little...nothing is better then whipped cream...I love to ship it then fold it into instant pudding (using just 1 cup of milk to make the pudding)....then using it as icing for a cake or to fill cream puffs....nothing is finer then real whipped cream! Please stop by and visit my blog....I've been blogging 4 years and it's wonderful....Sue in Atlanta

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  8. Yum! I agree that nothing tops real whipped cream. I am coming over from Brenda's Cozy Little House.

    Judy

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  9. Hello! Visiting from seeing you on Brenda's Cozy Little House. You have a pretty blog and I've followed you and will add you to my blogroll!

    I love your ruby red mixer! I agree, homemade whipped cream is wonderful. We love to just fold blueberries in after it's whipped. Do you use regular sugar or confectioners sugar?
    Dewena

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  10. Haven't made any in a while. Thanks for the reminder. xo Laura

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  12. Homemade whipped cream is so wonderful and so easy to make. :)

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