Keto Fluffy Whipped Cream
A beautiful, light and SUPER EASY Keto Fluffy Whipped Cream for just about any dessert! Don’t waste money buying a store bought brand and risk the sugar and carbs. Make your own in 5 minutes!
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Keto Fluffy Whipped Cream
Maybe it’s just me, but I never knew that you could make homemade whipped cream. I’m thinking it is just me. BUT in case it is not – here is an easy keto whipped cream recipe.
Super easy and done in 5 minutes!
It is so much healthier than what you can buy at the store. No added sugars and you know exactly what is going into it!
I will be the first to admit, that on occasion I have been known to whip up a batch, gather the kids and break out the spoons. Shhh….. don’t tell!
Is Heavy Whipping Cream Keto Friendly?
It sure is! In fact, it is a staple for many people! It is very high in fat, which can be good and bad! So use it and love it, but make sure you are mindful that high fat = high calories! If it fits in your macros – have at it!
Is Whipped Cream Keto?
It certainly can be! It all depends on how you make it.
I don’t recommend buying the store whipped cream as those are often made with milk and are most certainly NOT keto.
However, made from scratch whipped cream made from heavy whipping cream (see above) with no added sugar is most certainly keto!
Some people make whipped cream without the vanilla. I really think it adds something special, so leave it in!
Now you can replace the vanilla with some other fun flavors! Check out my Keto Peppermint Whipped Cream recipe for a fun little twist!
As for the sweetener, I’ve used both erythritol and monkfruit and both are delicious!
How to make whipped cream
Are you ready for the easiest “recipe” ever?
You literally just put all the ingredients (heavy whipping cream, vanilla and sweetener) into a deep bowl and start beating with a hand beater. You keep at it until soft peaks form.
What are soft peaks? The easiest way to do this is to stop the beaters. Dip them into the whipped cream and pull them out slowly. If the whipped cream pulls upward and forms a stiff (yet soft) “peak” then you are good!
The key here is to be PATIENT! Don’t stop mixing when it starts to thicken. Keep going until you get nice, firm peaks when you lift out the beaters!
Here are some recipes that use this:
Serving Size 1/4 cup
Amount Per Serving Calories 81 Total Fat 9g Saturated Fat 5g Trans Fat 0g Unsaturated Fat 3g Cholesterol 27mg Sodium 6mg Carbohydrates 1g Fiber 0g Sugar 1g Protein 1g
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