Keep Whipped Cream From Melting By Adding This Ingredient

November 13, 2019

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There may not be many times when you'll plan for desserts more than Thanksgiving! And let's face it, if you're going to enjoy a slice (or two) of apple, pumpkin, cherry and pecan pie, you might as well enjoy it with whipped cream. The problem, especially on a busy cooking day such as Thanksgiving, is that whipped cream begins to weep and melt soon after mixing.  However there's a stabilizing trick you can use to keep your whipped cream from weeping. Milk powder. The recipe is extremely simple. For each pint of very cold heavy cream, you’ll need about a tablespoon of nonfat dry milk powder. Just add it in with your sugar and/or vanilla and beat normally. Whether it’s made the day before or the morning of, you’ll have thick, pipe-able whipped cream that holds its shape through dessert and every late-night pie snack to come.

SOURCE: Skillet

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