Fresh whipped cream has the potential to make every dessert better. It's also a great way to jazz up hot or cold beverages. So why are you still buying the canned stuff?
If you want to learn how to make whipped cream just sit back and let Abby Swain, pastry chef at New York City's Craftbar, explain how it's done. She even shares a special tip for how to save whipped cream if it's over beaten.
What's great is that making whipped cream requires just three ingredients: whipping cream, sugar and vanilla extract. An electric mixer is ideal but you could also use a handy whisk to mix everything together until it forms stiff peaks.
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