Dessert Recipes · From Scratch Cooking

Two Ingredient Sugar-Free Whipped Cream

Hello, everyone! As usual, I hope you all are doing well, and you’re having a great day so far. 😊

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Today I’m going totally off topic for this month, and sharing how you can easily make your own whipped cream at home! I did this for the first time just this past Saturday, and it was so simple! All I had to do was place the ingredients in my Magic Bullet, and blend until it was thick and I was able to scoop it out. I used the amounts for cream and sugar that are given in the companion booklet for my Bullet, except I used xylitol in place of the sugar.

However, I made more whipped cream yesterday, and substituted my liquid stevia in place of xylitol, and that worked, too! I also upped the amount of cream I was using, so that is the way I’ll be sharing in this post. I know this recipe is specific to making it in the Magic Bullet, so if you don’t have one, maybe just give another method a try, and let me know what you did instead!

For the whipped cream you will need:

1 cup heavy whipping cream

2-3 drops liquid stevia

Pour the cream into the tall cup for your Bullet mixer, add the stevia, and screw the blade attachment onto the cup, then place on the base of the mixer.

Blend the cream for about 10 seconds at a time, until the sound changes and it’s nice and thick.

And you’re done! It’s so easy, and you can customize it to your own taste by adjusting the amount of stevia you use. 😊 Give it a try the next time you’re in the mood for some whipped cream with your coffee or dessert!

I hope you all are staying safe and well, and I’ll talk to you soon!

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