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Homemade Whipped Cream with Stevia

Homemade Whipped Cream with Stevia is a super simple recipe with only two ingredients.  Now you can enjoy whipped cream without the sugar!  

“Whipped cream can remind you why it’s good to be alive.” – Deb Caletti

Knowing how to make sugar-free whipped cream is a perfect recipe to top your hot chocolate, homemade pie, latte, topping your strawberries, and even waffles will be a little bit better with some. Wasn’t that easy?  Now there’s no guilt to having a mug of hot cocoa whenever you want.

If you like homemade whipped cream, I’m guessing you love all thing cozy.

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I found this recipe for whipped cream in The Stevia Cookbook years ago and I’ve been making it ever since.  

The taste of your whipped cream can easily be upgraded by using flavored liquid stevia.  Examples are orange liquid stevia, almond liquid stevia, chocolate liquid stevia, hazelnut liquid stevia, cinnamon vanilla liquid steviapeppermint liquid stevia, caramel liquid stevia, and coconut liquid stevia

You can also add a bit of punch by adding liqueurs like bourbon, peppermint Schnapps, Tequila, Grand Marnier, Kahlua, and Creme de Menthe are just some of the ideas you can pick from.


Homemade Whipped Cream with Stevia

Homemade Whipped Cream with Stevia

Ingredients

  • 1 pint whipping cream
  • 1/8 teaspoon white stevia powder or 3-4 drops liquid stevia

Instructions

  1. In a large mixing bowl, add the cream and beat with a whisk or an electric hand-held mixer until it begins to thicken.
  2. Sprinkle the powder or add drops over the cream and continue beating the cream until soft peaks form. You don’t want to over-beat the cream. 
  3. Use immediately or it will keep up to four days in the refrigerator if kept in an airtight container. Yields 2 cups. 
Please let me know in the comments if you tried this recipe and what you thought. 

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Homemade Whipped Cream with Stevia

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Stephanie Hufford

Saturday 26th of December 2020

I bought a quart of heavy cream, so I just poured some in a bowl 16 - 17 oz , (I usually try to chill the bowl first, but did not). I whipped until there were good peaks ( which seem to take a while) and added 1 tsp. of the Stevia powder generic., tasted it; added another 1 tsp. & tasted it; and added another 1 tsp. and finished whipping it. I must say it tasted okay, but was not as sweet as using sugar. I may add a 4th teaspoon next time. Fortunately my peach pie was sweet enough I did not miss the sweetness.

I will definitely keep using this Stevia generic as opposed to sugar. It's a good substitute and I use some in my coffee.

I do find this Stevia generic is a lot less sweeter than Splenda as I had used that in my coffee a while.

Thank you so much for your recipe. I did not know if it would even work in heavy cream!

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