The dense and rich Keto Whipped Cream adds a soothing part to all your desserts. So whether it is a pancake or coffee, whipped cream makes them more palatable.
This Keto version is very similar to the regular recipe except that it’s sugar-free and therefore very low-carb. So the Keto whipped cream-sugar free is a very versatile recipe and one that every budding ketogenic cook should learn.
One can use whipping cream for several purposes. So a common use is for making a whipped topping for cakes, pies and other desserts. Also, you can also use it as an ingredient in recipes for desserts, soups, sauces and beverages. So to prepare whipped toppings, heavy cream is whipped, using a whisk, hand mixer or stand mixer.
Fresh whipped cream is made with just 3 simple ingredients and comes together in only a few minutes. It’s so creamy, so light, and so so so delicious.
Now we will help you with the recipe for Keto Whipped Cream.
Ingredients ( As per one serving ):
- 240 g of Heavy Cream
- 15 g of Erythritol
- 1/2 teaspoon of Vanilla essence (optional)
- Make sure your heavy cream is very cold but not frozen
- Pour 2 cups of heavy cream into a large, clean mixing bowl (make sure the bowl has been rinsed well in water, the slightest residue can ruin a whipped cream)
- Add 2 teaspoons of Erythritol to the cream
- Take a hand mixer and begin to whip the cream on a slow setting, you can bring the speed up to medium if you think it won’t spray the cream everywhere
- After 2 minutes whipping add vanilla essence if you wish. (We only add vanilla if a recipe calls for it to enhance the flavour of certain recipes, your call!)
- Continue to whip until the cream forms soft peaks when you lift the mixer beaters from the cream, this can take between 3-8 minutes
- Do not whip past the point of soft peaks or you’ll begin to make butter
- Transfer your whipped cream to a serving bowl, apply to a recipe, top a beverage or store in an airtight container for up to 3 days
Total Calories: 527 Kcal
Carbohydrates: 6 g
Protein: 2 g
Fats: 55 g
The best way to indulge in a healthy and satisfying whipped cream is by making it yourself with a keto recipe. This approach allows you to cut out the sugar without missing out on any of your favourite textures and flavours.
Heavy cream and heavy whipping cream are the best options. Not only are they a great source of fat for keto, but they whip better and hold their shape longer than lighter whipping creams.
The term “heavy” indicates that the product has at least 36% or more milk fat. This higher fat content allows you to trap more air as you whisk, yielding you a better quality whipped cream.
In contrast, whipping cream, light cream, and light whipping cream products only come with 30 to 35% milkfat. Though these lower-fat products can still be made into whipped cream, the overall taste and texture will be subpar compared to a keto whipped cream made with heavy cream or heavy whipping cream.
We hope, we were able to help you in terms of ingredients and amount respectively. Also, which cream is better and an easy recipe for preparing homemade Heavy whipping cream.