How To Make Stabilized Whipped Cream - Erren's Kitchen

This stabilized whipped cream recipe is perfect for whipped cream frosting or whipped topping for your favorite desserts


 

Cookie Sandwiches with No-Fail Marshmallow Buttercream Frosting

These cookie sandwiches are double trouble! Two chocolate chip cookies stuffed with a no-fail marshmallow buttercream frosting made with marshmallow creme or "fluff".


 

The Best Whipped Cream Frosting - Two Sisters

Our Best Whipped Cream Frosting is creamy, delicious and tastes just like Whipped Cream. Perfect for when you need a frosting a little lighter than buttercream.


 

Oreo Cupcakes with Cookies & Cream Frosting

Chocolate Oreo Cupcakes with Cookies & Cream Frosting feature an Oreo cookie, baked into the bottom of each cupcake!


 

Fluffy Banana Cake with Banana Filling

Fluffy Banana Cake with Banana Filling is a light banana cream layer cake with creamy, fresh banana filling all covered in whipped cream frosting.


 

Berry Whipped Cream Frosting (video) - Tatyanas Everyday Food

A whipped cream frosting recipe like no other! My berry whipped cream is perfectly fluffy, creamy, fruity and delicious! It's made with whipped cream, cream cheese (or mascarpone), white chocolate and a raspberry reduction. All these ingredients work together to create an amazing, stabilized whipped cream frosting that is perfect for frosting cakes and cupcakes! This recipe will frost an 8-inch round cake, a small square cake or 24 cupcakes. Watch My Video! Watch my video recipe for all the step-by-step instructions! Want new recipe updates? Subscribe to my YouTube channel to get a notification each time a new recipe goes live! Holds Its Shape! I love everything about this easy frosting recipe and I know you guys will too! Besides the mind-blowing flavor and texture, I love that this frosting is stabilized and pipes beautifully! Check out my video recipe to see how well it pipes! This berry whipped cream frosting is perfect for frosting your favorite cake or cupcakes. And, this frosting can even be made ahead of time! You can make it a day or two ahead of time and keep it stored in the refrigerator, covered with plastic wrap. When you're ready to fill, decorate or pipe the frosting, give it a quick 30-second whisk on high speed to get it fluffy again. Then simply transfer into a bag and you're all set to go!  More Flavors! In my video recipe, I used raspberries to make a raspberry frosting, but this recipe will work well with other berries, such as strawberries, blueberries and blackberries. Use the same recipe I used for the raspberries with the other berries. If desired, pulse the berries first in a blender or food processor, then reduce and strain. If you don't have fresh berries available, berry preserves will also work well; you'll need just 1/2 cup. This recipe will also work with dark chocolate! Follow the recipe as written, omit the raspberry/berry sauce and add dark chocolate instead of white chocolate. Enjoyed this recipe? Please save and share it to Pinterest! More Recipes! I have an entire 'Back To Cake Basics' series on my blog and YouTube channel! These simple, basic recipes are great for any dessert you wish to make! If you're looking for a regular, vanilla flavored whipped cream, try my classic 'Whipped Cream Frosting'! Or, my 'Stabilized Whipped Cream Frosting' - this one is made with gelatin.


 

Vanilla Chai Cupcakes with Coconut Cream Frosting

These cupcakes capture the flavor of the spicy chia tea blend in a sweet dessert with lots of coconut! Coconut Cream Concentrate, coconut flour and coconut milk are all blended together with an array of honey and spices in the gluten free, grain free, wheat free and dairy free cupcakes that later get topped off with creamy, fluffy coconut frosting containing more coconut butter and coconut milk.


 

The Best Raspberry Buttercream Frosting

We've taken our amazing Buttercream Frosting recipe to the next level by adding delicious fresh raspberries. It definitely is The Best Raspberry Buttercream Frosting you've ever tasted!


 

Chocolate Whipped Cream Frosting

Chocolate Whipped Cream Frosting is light and fluffy, yet sturdy and stabilized enough to pipe on cupcakes or cakes. The perfect dark and sweet taste! 


 

The Best Coffee Whipped Cream Frosting - Two Sisters

Light and airy and not too sweet, The Best Coffee Whipped Cream Frosting is coffee flavored frosting that tastes just like Whipped Cream. The coffee lovers in your life will ask you to make this again and again.


 

How to Make Whipped Cream Frosting: A No-Nonsense Recipe • CakeJournal.com

Recipe for making a whipped cream frosting that is soft, light, and not too sweet that goes on top of cakes.


 

The Best Brown Sugar Buttercream Frosting

The Best Brown Sugar Buttercream Frosting is a unique take on a traditional buttercream frosting - it is rich, creamy and delicious.


 

Stabilized Whipped Cream Frosting • A Table Full Of Joy

This whipped cream frosting is easy to make, tastes amazing, is light and fluffy, and perfect for decorating cakes and cupcakes!


 

The Best Raspberry Buttercream Frosting - Two Sisters

We've taken our amazing Buttercream Frosting recipe to the next level by adding delicious fresh raspberries. It definitely is The Best Raspberry Buttercream Frosting you've ever tasted!


 

How to Make Oreo Buttercream

If you are looking for the perfect Cookies and Cream frosting, look no further. Our The Best Oreo Buttercream Frosting is a creamy buttercream frosting flavored with delicious Oreos. Yum, yum, yum!


 

The Best Whipped Cream Frosting - Two Sisters

Our Best Whipped Cream Frosting is creamy, delicious and tastes just like Whipped Cream. Perfect for when you need a frosting a little lighter than buttercream.


 

Easy to Make Whipped Cream Frosting Recipe | eHow.com

Learn How to Make a Vanilla flavoured Whipped Cream Frosting by following these simple instructions.


 

Sturdy Strawberry Whipped Cream Frosting ~Sweet & Savory

Did you know you can decorate your delicate cakes and cupcakes with simple whipped cream frosting without fear of weeping? I’m sharing a simple tip for whipping fluffy and sturdy whipped cream, stable enough to pipe beautiful rosettes and designs to decorate your cakes and cupcakes.


 

The Best Whipped Cream Frosting - Two Sisters

Our Best Whipped Cream Frosting is creamy, delicious and tastes just like Whipped Cream. Perfect for when you need a frosting a little lighter than buttercream.


 

Whipped Cream Frosting (video) - Tatyanas Everyday Food

Not a fan of traditional buttercream? This whipped cream frosting recipe is for you! It's made with butter, cream cheese and sweetened condensed milk! This incredible frosting recipe is perfect for cakes, cheesecakes and even as a filling for pastries. It's easy to make and so delicious! Watch My Video! Make sure to watch my video for the step-by-step instructions! Love my videos? Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel and you'll receive new recipe notifications! Tips for Making Frosting I LOVE to use this whipped cream frosting recipe for many of my cakes and for a good reason. It's not too sweet, it has great consistency and it adds moisture to any cake. This frosting doesn't hold its shape as well as a buttercream would so it's not ideal for piping decorations. It's super easy to make but make sure to follow the instructions to get the best consistency! Be careful not to over-mix the cream, otherwise it will separate. Once you add everything to the whipped cream, mix for about 30 seconds to one minute, just until stiff peaks. For this recipe, I use cream cheese. If you're not a fan of cream cheese, just use mascarpone as a replacement! I come back to this recipe time and time again, using it for my 'Chocolate Spartak', 'Pistachio Pomegranate Cake', 'Chocolate Raspberry Cake Roll', 'Tiramisu Crepe Cake' and many others. You'll also see this recipe in my cake cookbook, The European Cake Cookbook. More Frosting Recipes! Looking for a stabilized whipped cream recipe? Check out my other whipped cream frosting recipes! This one is made with gelatin and holds its shape very well! Get it here: https://tatyanaseverydayfood.com/recipe-items/stabilized-whipped-cream/ And I LOVE this 'Berry Whipped Cream', too! https://tatyanaseverydayfood.com/recipe-items/berry-whipped-cream-frosting/ Enjoyed this recipe? Save it to Pinterest for later! Need some supplies to make this recipe? You can get them here (Amazon affiliate links): My classic KitchenAid stand mixer is a must for every baker's kitchen. I love using this set of nesting glass mixing bowls for food prep. You can never have too many silicone spatulas. Use this set of jumbo cake decorating tips to garnish any cake.


 

Italian Cream Frosting - this just belongs on a spoon. So good.


 

1 cup heavy cream 3 tablespoons powdered sugar 1/2 teaspoon vanilla Instructions Combine all ingredients. Beat until the cream holds soft peaks. Notes This recipe makes about two cups, enough for garnishing a pie or dipping fruit. If you will be frosting cake or cupcakes, you should double the recipe.


 

Small-batch Oreo Frosting

This Small-batch Oreo Frosting, made with cream cheese and crushed Oreo, is the cookies and cream frosting of your dreams.


 

Almond Cupcakes with Whipped Almond Buttercream Frosting - Stuck On Sweet

Almond Cupcakes with Whipped Almond Buttercream Frosting are the perfect sweet treat for weddings, bridal showers, and baby showers.


 

Mexican Hot Chocolate Cupcakes with Cinnamon Whipped Cream Frosting

Planning a Cinco de Mayo party? These slightly spicy, sinfully chocolatey Mexican Hot Chocolate Cupcakes would be a perfect dessert to bring with you! These cupcakes are super easy to make, especially if you just


 

The Best Oreo Buttercream Frosting - Two Sisters

If you are looking for the perfect Cookies and Cream frosting, look no further. Our The Best Oreo Buttercream Frosting is a creamy buttercream frosting flavored with delicious Oreos. Yum, yum, yum!


 

Whipped Buttercream Frosting - The Toasty Kitchen

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Vegan Paleo Coconut Cream Frosting Recipe | Elana's Pantry

This delicious Coconut Cream Frosting is made without butter or refined sugar and would be a great topping on my gluten-free Carrot Cake recipe.


 

Stabilized Whipped Cream I used locally glass-bottled cream today. Before finding this recipe, I often wondered how bakeries and restaurants could keep their whipped cream frosting so beautiful and firm throughout the day, and even after I took baked goods home. I knew some of them used non-dairy whipped toppings, but others, like the Chicken Pie Shop, I knew used real whipped cream on their delicious sweet offerings. After some searching on the internet and some terrible recipes, like the one that came out with little nuggets of gelatin in the whipped cream, I found this one that creates a whipped cream that is light, smooth, and stable. The original recipe at cdkitchen calls for some lemon juice. I didn't want any lemon flavor in what I was making, so I omitted it, and the recipe turns out great anyway. I use this whipped cream on cream pies and cakes, when I want to have the finished product as something to look at and not just consume immediately. If I'm not making a show of it, I just use my isi whipped cream dispenser (like they use at Starbucks) with simple cream and a little powdered sugar. That way, I don't have to cover the whole pie with whipped cream at one time. I will just dispense it on each serving. *Note: I have recently discovered mascarpone cheese as an ingredient in whipped cream frosting. It's much simpler to make the Mascarpone Whipped Cream Frosting than the stabilized whipped cream, and I think it's better for cupcakes because it's got more body to it. It's still super light tasting, is super creamy, AND it holds its shape nicely. Check it out. Stabilized Whipped Cream Frosting --adapted from cdkitchen Ingredients: 1/2 tsp unflavored gelatin powder 2 tbsp cold water 1 cup whipping cream (regular or heavy--I always use heavy cream) 2 tbsp confectioner's sugar Instructions: 1. Sprinkle gelatin over cold water in small bowl to soften. 2. Scald 2 tablespoons of the cream (this means you put the cream in a pan and bring it to a simmer on the stove); pour over gelatin, stirring till dissolved. 3. Refrigerate until consistency of unbeaten egg white. (This takes about 10-15 minutes.) Then, with a whisk, beat until smooth. 4. In a stand mixer with a whip attachment, or with a hand beater, whip remaining cream and sugar just until soft peaks form; whip in the smoothed gelatin mixture, stopping to scrape the bowl twice. Whip until stiff peaks start to form, but be careful not to over beat. You will probably only need to whip it another 10-20 seconds before it's done. Fills and frosts top of 2 8" or 9" cake layers; or frosts 10" angel cake or spongecake. Tops one standard 9" pie with some left over to enjoy from a spoon. Stands up well, even in warm weather. Keep leftover frosting and any product topped with it in the refrigerator until ready to eat. Recipe is easily doubled. You can also make flavored stabilized whipped cream frosting by using flavored gelatin powder. Click here for that little experiment. Gelatin mixture--I let this get too firm in the fridge, but it worked. Banana Cream Pie with Stabilized Whipped Cream Chocolate Cream Pie with Stabilized Whipped Cream on top Same pie as above, 2 days later. The whipped cream is holding up to the time, fridge, and plastic wrap. This little Three Bite Chocolate French Silk Pie is three days old, and the stabilized whipped cream still looks fresh.


 

Pipable Whipped Cream Frosting | Briana Thomas

THM:S, low carb, sugar free, gluten/egg/nut free