How do you make whipped cream from a liquid coffee creamer?

How do you make whipped cream from a liquid coffee creamer?

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  1. I can’t even imagine why one would want to do this. Creamers are full of all manner of chemical additives and assorted other materials, whilst cream is just cream. A single ingredient. If used properly (i.e. not gobs and gobs) its fat doesn’t become a problem (not all dietary fat is always bad for you) and isn’t hydrogenated like the fats added to fake cream. You can choose whether or not to add sugar, and if so, how much (i.e. sweeten to taste).
    If you’re worried about calories, forget making whipped cream yourself and just buy an aerosol can of the real stuff—it’s surprisingly low in calories, with limited added sugar.

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  2. Coffee creamer is made from many ingredients that can be aerated, you just have to have the right tools.
    Here are the ingredients for Coffee Mate, we will use this as an example.
    Ingredients
    Water, Corn Syrup Solids, Vegetable Oil (High Oleic Soybean and/or Partially Hydrogenated Soybean and/or Partially Hydrogenated Soybean and/or Partially Hydrogenated Cottonseed), and Less than 2% of Sodium Caseinate (a Milk Derivative)**, Mono- and Diglycerides, Dipotassium Phosphate, Artificial Flavor, Carrageenan. **Not a source of lactose.
    So, at a glance, a lot of the ingredients in coffee mate are stabilization agents. These can be for preservation, and stability, but more importantly they can be used to incorporate air into the mixture.
    Whipped cream is just agitated full fat cream, whisked, or whipped to incorporate air into its cells creating structure. The fat in this case is the stabilizing agent, which is why you cant whip half and half or regular milk.
    For something that has been pasturized and has only stabilizing agents in it, and no real signs of fat, youll have t…

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  3. It depends on what creamer you are referring to. Some don’t actually have any dairy in them at all. The best way to make whipped cream is be freezing the mixing bowl and beaters for awhile. Then you just ship them in a mixer. Add a tad confectioners sugar.

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  4. You don’t. Whipped cream requires a high fat content. That’s why you buy heavy whipping cream to make your whipped cream. I like to add about a teaspoon of vanilla and a tablespoon of confectioner sugar per pint of heavy whipping cream.
    Although, I suppose if you buy a whipping canister you might be able to. It looks like a can of whip cream you can buy at the grocery store, but you unscrew it and put in a nitrogen capsule. When you squirt the nozzle, the nitrogen capsule whips the contents just like the can of whip cream you buy at the grocery store.

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  5. Pretty sure you can’t considering most coffee creamers are “non-dairy”. And even if it did there wouldn’t be enough fat content in order for it to be whipped

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  6. Whipped cream is made from cow’s milk, specifically from the milk fat that floats on top of the milk.
    Liquid coffee creamer is made from petroleum. Or coconut oil. Or cornstarch and sugar.
    It is inedible by any standard and should never be ingested by any human being or other animal.

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  7. I agree with Candace Uhlmeyer that it is hard to understand why anyone would want to do this. But if you really want to do, all you need to do is whip. Either by hand or with an electric mixer. The colder the liquid, the easier to whip it up. You can whip up any fatty white liquid, heavy cream, non-dairy creamer or even coconut cream. If you want it to be a bit sweet, add sugar. Non-dairy creamer already has all sorts of weird chemicals added, some supposedly to enhance flavour. You will probably not need to add sugar to non-dairy creamer. You add vanilla if wish. The real one or the awful imitation one is up to you. Some non-dairy cream already has imitation vanilla in it.

    Victor Allen’s

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