Keto Whipped Cream
Whipped cream is one of the keto dessert options that really got me through some tough cravings while on the keto diet. I remember when I first started low carb eating my Mom would make this for me. This was in the late 1990s – we didn’t have access to the amount of low-carb recipe content we all have today, which usually meant whipped cream was eaten in a bowl by itself!
This whipped cream recipe is nothing ground-breaking, and is really a classic recipe most everyone has either made or eaten before. However, it wasn’t until I put this recipe in my low carb recipe notebook that I would remember to make it. A lot of times I get caught up in making some fancy low carb dessert, and end up spending hours doing so, when in reality, all I wanted was a quick fix for my sweet craving (should have just made this recipe!).
When you’re making this recipe, be sure not to over-whip your topping. Every mixer brand is different, so pay attention to the peaks as they begin to show.
All you have to do is add everything to chilled mixing bowl and start mixing! Really doesn’t get any easier than that!
Products I Use
I’m particular when it comes to ingredients. Normally I use McCormick Pure Vanilla, Organic Stevia, Swerve Confectioners Sugar, and Land O Lakes heavy whipping cream.
Usually I just get everything I need from Amazon (except for the heaving whipping cream, of course).
There you have it! An easy peasy whipped cream recipe to help with your sweet cravings, or to top your favorite keto dessert with! I recommend our low carb brownies or sweet potato style casserole!
Nutrition Per Serving
Net Carbs: 0.04g
Notes: serving size is based on eating 1/8 of the whipped topping
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|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||5 minutes|
- 1 cup heavy whipping cream
- 2 tablespoons swerve
- 10 drops liquid stevia
- 1 teaspoon vanilla (optional)
- Freeze your mixing bowl for at least 30 minutes prior to making this!
- Pour all ingredients into chilled mixing bowl
- Whisk on high-speed until you see peaks start to form (this usually takes 1-2 minutes depending on your mixer)
- Be sure not to over beat your whipping cream
This recipe is the ultimate Cool Whip replacement