By Erin Huffstetler | 07/22/2020 | No Comments
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Here’s how to freeze leftover whipped cream in individual servings, so you can enjoy a dollop on your favorite hot beverage or dessert any time you’d like.
The Best Way to Freeze Whipped Cream
To keep extra whipped cream from going to waste, just spoon dollops onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat (wax paper will work, too). If you want to add a decorative flourish, pipe it instead.
Then, just pop the baking sheet into the freezer, and transfer your whipped cream dollops to a freezer bag, once they’re fully frozen. This will protect them from freezer burn, and keep them from absorbing the flavor of other foods.
Be sure to label the bag, so you don’t forget what’s inside.
How to Use Frozen Whipped Cream
When you’re ready to use your frozen whipped cream, simply drop a dollop in your coffee or hot cocoa, while it’s still frozen. It’ll thaw quickly, and help to cool down your drink without diluting it.
To use your whipped cream as a garnish for pie or cake, just place a dollop on each slice 10-15 minutes before you’re ready to serve. That’s all the time they need to thaw.
For the best quality, use your frozen whipped cream within two months.
Ditch the Whipped Cream in a Can and Tubs of Whipped Topping
If you aren’t fond of all the artificial junk that comes in those aerosol cans of whipped cream and tubs of whipped topping, keep a stash of these frozen whipped cream dollops in your freezer to take their place.Print
- Whipped cream
Spoon, or pipe, dollops of whipped cream onto a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a silicone mat.
Freeze. Then, transfer frozen dollops to a freezer bag, and return to freezer.
To Use: Add a frozen dollop of whipped cream to a mug of coffee or hot cocoa, and it will immediately start thawing. To use as a garnish for cake or pie, just place a dollop on each slice 10-15 minutes before serving.
- Frozen whipped cream is just the thing to cool hot drinks, without diluting them.
- Use as an alternative to whipped cream in a can and those tubs of whipped topping.