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Whipped Cream Topping/Icing

This is so simple and yet so good.  You can also kick up any dessert with a little whipped cream.


Stevia is one of the most natural sweeteners that you can use and makes no impact on glucose levels. This sweetener is much sweeter than regular sugar so you’ll only need a very small amount by comparison purposes.  If you are using real stevia (not spoonable stevia) it comes in a spice size jar and it will be the equivalent to approximately 10,000 teaspoons of sugar! Stevia also available in many different liquid flavor variations as well, so it can add taste plus sweetness depending on the variety that you use.  Liquid stevia is great for recipes where it needs to dissolve like an iced beverage.



It’s so easy to do if you have an iSi Mini Whip.  You can make some and put it in the refrigerator for later.  No preservatives and junk like you find in the store bought cans of faux whipped topping.  Just pure yumminess at your fingertips.

Let me tell you the grandkids love it!  They came over before school the other morning to try out a new recipe that I had made and when they saw me pull out the iSi and squirt some on their “sample”, they were hooked.

Then I said “open wide” and I squirted some in their mouth.  Yes, I did!  Do you think I scored any points?  With absolutely no guilt.  That’s the way to start the day!  <grin>

Whipped Cream Topping/Icing
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Serves: 12
  • ½ cup Heavy Whipping Cream (Organic Valley)
  • 6 drops Liquid Stevia
  1. If you have an iSi mini whip. use it! Mix the cream and stevia and follow the directions for the mini whip. The great thing is anything you don’t use, you can put back it the refrigeration and use it for a different recipe.
  2. If you are doing it with your mixer, place the ingredients in the mixing bowl and beat until firm peaks. You can pipe it, dollup it, spread it or use your iSi to frost any dessert.
You can flavor it with vanilla stevia, real vanilla extract or add some cinnamon to the cream. It's you choice.

Calories 33 |Fat 4g |Net Carbs 0g

I think the grandkids may be seeing some on their strawberries once they are back in season. Ok, and a few squirts in their mouth too.

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