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How to Freeze Whipped Cream

Here's a real food hack for you: next time you make whipped cream, make a big batch and freeze half of it! Then you will have whipped cream on hand and ready for topping your hot cocoa, pies, fruit, pancakes, waffles, and more.


😋Confession: frozen whipped cream also makes a good little treat all by itself!



The main trick to freezing whipped cream is to make it into single portions so it will be easy to grab and use. I like to use a 3Tb scoop for this, along with parchment paper to make sure the whipped cream doesn't get stuck to anything. Voila, it's that easy!


How to Freeze Whipped Cream


  1. Make sure your freezer has some space where you will be able to put your cutting board while the whipped cream freezes.

  2. Make your whipped cream. I usually make honey-sweetened whipped cream.

  3. Put a piece of parchment paper on top of your cutting board.

  4. Scoop the whipped cream into single portions and put them on the parchment paper. A 3-Tb scoop works great for making pretty, consistently-sized portions. Or you could just use a spoon.

  5. Place the cutting board in the freezer and leave it there for a few hours so the whipped cream will freeze completely. Overnight is fine, too.

  6. Once the whipped cream is frozen, divide the parchment paper into sections so you will have whipped cream balls with parchment paper underneath. Make sure you keep the parchment paper with the whipped cream balls so they won't get stuck together. Then you can place these in a freezer safe container, put a lid on it, and store the whipped cream in the freezer.


That's it! Now you will have whipped cream on hand and ready for topping your favorite desserts, breakfasts, and hot cocoa!



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