Whipped Cream Recipe
The right tools can make all the difference when it comes to making whipped cream. The heavy cream that’s the basis for whipped cream has a high fat content and making whipped cream is the process of adding air to that fat. The fat helps the cream keep its structure, while the air creates a foamy, light texture. If cream is whipped for a longer period of time, the liquid and fat will separate, resulting in butter and buttermilk.
Use this guide to understand how to make light-as-air whipped cream with a KitchenAid® stand mixer for creamy components and mouthwatering finishing touches for your desserts.