Your first paragraph ...If you want to know how to make whipped cream recipe for topping the sweets at your teatime parties, follow the simple directions below.
The difference between whip cream from a tub or can, to the real thing, can make or break a terrific scone or dessert, so take a few minutes and whip some up the day of your party. Whipping cream is the best alternative to clotted or Devonshire. It also holds its shape well and can be enhanced with flavorings.
"Pass the scones
and pour the tea,
I now proclaim
a tea party!"
©Tea Party Circle
Simply pour a cooled, 2-cup carton of heavy whipping cream into a cold, stainless steel bowl. Whip with electric beater, starting on low, until frothy, then increase speed to high until creamy, thick and peaks just form. Do not over-whip.
If wanted, sprinkle in a little sugar half way through whipping. Not too much, though, it's best to leave the sweetness for the food that it's adorning.
Now that you know how to make whipped cream, there's no excuse for resorting to the spray can version.
* If you are going to whip by hand, allow about five minutes until stiff. Make sure bowl, whisk and cream are well chilled to speed up the process.
Barry Farm has a video you can watch using a mixer.
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