I am sure every blogger has their version of Fresh Whipped Cream so here is mine. I love to change out the extract depending on the recipe.
We tend to use this one the most because I love chocolate and almond extract goes perfect with chocolate!
This is light, airy and creamy. The best part is that in 3 minutes you have the perfect dessert toppping!
I could seriously just eat a bowl of this! In fact, my son has been caught a few times with a bowl and maybe 2 berries to say he was having it with fruit. Technicalities! Haha!
Step by step instructions
- Place ice cubes and water in a bowl that you will be using to make the whipped cream. Let it sit for a few minutes. Dump the ice and water and wipe the bowl clean and dry.
- Place heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and extract in the cold bowl.
- Add the wish attachment and mix for 3 minutes on med/high speed. Keep beating until you have nice stiff peaks.
- Transfer fresh whipped cream to a container and seal tight. It will last 5- 7 days in the fridge. Although that has never lasted that long in my house. 🙂
Tips for success
- The cold bowl helps the whipped cream come together a little faster.
- Make sure you dry the mixing bowl out. You do not want any water in there.
- Change out the almond extract for vanilla, lemon, orange. Get creative with your recipes!
How to store
Store leftovers covered in the fridge for up to 4 days.
I hope you like my version of Fresh Whipped Cream, please leave a comment below if you tried the recipe.
Please check out some of my other recipes:
Fresh Whipped Cream Recipe
- Stand Mixer
- Handheld Mixer
- 2 cups Heavy whipping cream
- 6 tablespoons Powdered sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon Almond extract
- Add ice and cold water to your mixing bowl and let it sit for 2 minutes. Dump the ice and water and dry your bowl .
- Add heavy whipping cream, powdered sugar, and almond extract to your mixing bowl. Beat for 3 minutes or until you have nice stiff peaks
- Make sure your bowl is nice and dry. You do not want any water in your bowl.
- You can switch out the almond extract for vanilla extract. You can also add different flavor extracts depending on your dessert. Use your imgaination and have fun with different flavors!