There's something magical about the combination of strawberries and cream. It's a classic flavor that brings a touch of elegance to any dessert. This slightly sweet frosting only needs 5 ingredients and 5 minutes!
Today, we're taking this beloved pairing to the next level with a recipe for stabilized strawberry whipped cream. This recipe not only tastes fantastic but also holds its shape beautifully, making it perfect for cakes, cupcakes, brownies, cakes, and even frozen waffles!
Why you should make this recipe
- Stabilized strawberry whipped cream is a versatile, flavorful, and visually stunning addition to your dessert repertoire. Whether you're a seasoned baker or a novice in the kitchen, this recipe is straightforward and sure to impress. Give it a try and watch your desserts transform into gourmet creations!
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- Ensure your whipping cream is very cold before you start whipping it.
- Sift the icing sugar and powdered milk to avoid lumps in your whipped cream.
- For a more intense strawberry flavor, you can adjust the amount of ground dried strawberries.
- Add more powdered sugar if you want a less tart flavor.
- Dried strawberries
- Heavy whipping cream
- Vanilla extract
- Icing sugar
- Powdered milk
- food processor
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Strawberry Whipped Cream Recipe
- 2 cups dried strawberries
- 1 pint heavy whipping cream
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 4 TBSP icing sugar
- 2 TBSP powdered milk
- Food processor
- Prepare the Strawberries: Begin by finely grinding the dried strawberries into a powder using a food processor. This will give your whipped cream a delightful strawberry flavor and a lovely pink hue.
- Combine Remaining Ingredients: Add all remaining ingredients to the food processor. The powdered milk and dried strawberries help stabilize the whipped cream, ensuring it holds its shape for longer.
- Whip the Cream: Continue to whip until the mixture forms stiff peaks (about 30 seconds). Note: Be careful not to over-whip, as the cream can become lumpy and butter-like.
- Refrigerate: For best results, refrigerate the whipped cream for about an hour before using. This helps it set and maintain its shape when piped onto desserts.
- Enjoy: Use your stabilized strawberry whipped cream to decorate cakes, cupcakes, brownies, cookies, and even frozen waffles!
Ensure your whipping cream is very cold before you start whipping it.
Sift the icing sugar and powdered milk to avoid lumps in your whipped cream.
For a more intense strawberry flavor, you can adjust the amount of ground dried strawberries.
Add more powdered sugar if you want a less tart flavor.