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Types of Cream | Flavoring Whipped Cream | Preparing in Hot or Cold Weather
Whipping cream can be used for several purposes. A common use is for making a whipped topping for cakes, pies and other desserts. It is also used as an ingredient in recipes for desserts, soups, sauces and beverages. To make whipped toppings, heavy cream is whipped, using a whisk, hand-mixer or stand mixer. The mixing process creates air bubbles in the cream and as the cream is whipped the fat is distributed among the air bubbles, which causes them to stick together and create foam. The fat particles must be cold for them to stick together.
Types of Cream
The amount of butterfat contained in the cream will determine how well cream will whip and how stable it will be. See the chart below for some of the different types of cream you will find available.
Flavoring Whipped Cream
Whipped cream is generally sweetened with sugar and can also have flavoring added to it for special recipes. The whipped cream can be sweetened with granulated sugar, superfine sugar or powdered sugar. They will all work for sweetening the cream but superfine and powdered sugar will dissolve quicker and prevent the whipped cream from being gritty. Powdered sugar will also help stabilize the whipped cream because it generally contains cornstarch. Add 1 to 2 tablespoons of granulated, superfine or powdered sugar per 1 cup of cream.
There are many flavorings that can be added to whipping cream to create a unique taste. Some of the flavorings used are extracts, spices, citrus zest, coffee, liqueur, and chocolate. The chart below shows some flavorings that are used for whipped cream and gives a suggested amount to use.
When to Add the Sugar and Flavoring:
If the sugar or flavoring is added before the cream has started to be whip, it will not whip up to its full volume. Also be careful that the cream does not get overwhipped. If the cream is overwhipped it will begin to separate and curdle, and then turn to butter.
Preparing Whipped Cream in Hot or Cold Weather
Whether it is during hot or cold weather the same basic method is used for whipping cream. The important thing to keep in mind is that the working environment should be as cool as possible and the ingredients and the utensils used should be well chilled.
Keeping It Cool!
Whipping the Cream
To make 2 cups of whipped cream: Use 1 cup of heavy cream
Stabilizing Whipped Cream
Stabilizing whipped cream gives it a firmer texture and allows it to be used as piping for a decorative border on a cake, prevents it from weeping, and stops it from deflating when mixed with juicy ingredients, such as strawberries and raspberries. Follow instructions below to stabilize whipped cream.
Using gelatin to stabilize whipping cream can be a problem if not done properly. Some other methods that can be used to help stabilize the whipped cream are shown below:
Storing Whipped Cream
Cream and whipped cream are dairy product and are perishable so they need to be stored in the refrigerator.
Storing Whipped Cream:
Other Whipped Creams
Cool Whip: A non-dairy whipped topping that can be substituted in equal amounts for whipped cream. It keeps longer and has fewer calories. It does not need to be whipped. It is ready to use when purchased. It is often frozen when purchase and should be allowed to thaw in the refrigerator. If stirred, it will begin to break down so when used in recipes with other ingredients it should be folded in gently. Foods prepared with cool whip should be stored in the refrigerator.
Whipped Toppings in a Can: A type of whipped topping made up of cream, sugar, stabilizers, emulsifiers, and gas in a pressurized can. When released from the can, the gas expands the cream to create a puffy whipped topping. Must be stored in the refrigerator.
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