I am not really sure where I can find non dairy whipping cream. Is it in the fridge section next to the regular heavy whipping cream? I know that there are some ready to use non dairy whipping cream in the frozen area. But I am looking for the one I can make it from scratch. I heard that non dairy whipping cream taste better than the heavy whipping cream.
The regular supermarkets around me usually have it in the freezer section, either with the frozen fruit/coo whip or with kosher items, since most non dairy whipped toppings are kosher.
In most of the stores I buy mine from, it is placed in the frozen dairy case. I usually buy mine from Smart & Final.
Isn't that the same as Cool Whip??
I don't use that brand because it is already whipped. I like to whip my own and I can whip it to my consistency.
I like to whip my own too, but I just wondering if there is a non dairy one that I can whip (not the ready to use one).
Yes, that's what Pastry Pride, Rich's Bettercream and Whip N Top are. At places like Smart & Final or Restuarant Supplies Stores you can find them in the frozen sections and they are frozen. They are NOT pre-whipped. You thaw in your fridge and then whip to suit your needs.
Thank you sooooo much Auntginn...I cannot wait to try it...hopefully the taste will be close to the real one. I'm making a cake for my friend who alergic to milk.
Your welcome. This will work just fine, I know because my grandkids have had so many allergies including milk and they will not eat anybodies cake because of that.
Hope your friend enjoys her birthday, she will enjoy your labor of love.
I went looking for these about a month ago and discovered that Richâs bettercream does contain milk ingredients. You have to look carefully at the ingredients as it's not spelled out but does contain casein, which is a milk derivative.
Wow, you learn something everyday. I did not know that. Thank you for sharing.