Whip Cream Stabilizer

Baking By katiescakes123 Updated 14 Dec 2015 , 4:30am by OHaresTstyTrts

katiescakes123 Posted 12 Dec 2015 , 5:10pm
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where can i buy whip cream stabilizer in the kansas city, mo area?

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craftybanana2 Posted 12 Dec 2015 , 9:39pm
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I was curious as to what whipped cream stabilizer was and found these links that just add gelatin to stabilize it. Very interesting! I will have to give it a try. :)

http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2013/06/how-to-stabilize-whipped-cream/

http://www.gretchensbakery.com/stabilized-whipped-cream-for-icing-cakes/

I also found that King Arther Flour company carries a stabilizer of sorts as well. So if your local grocer carries that brand, they may be able to order some for you. Otherwise you're better off checking your local restaurant or cake supply store, maybe even a craft store that has a good decorating section?

*Last edited by craftybanana2 on 12 Dec 2015 , 9:44pm
-K8memphis Posted 12 Dec 2015 , 10:17pm
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some people add piping gel

johnson6ofus Posted 13 Dec 2015 , 4:45am
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Or add some instant pudding.

*Last edited by johnson6ofus on 13 Dec 2015 , 4:45am
-K8memphis Posted 13 Dec 2015 , 12:03pm
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but honestly if your whipped cream is properly whipped the stabilizer adds nothing to it's stability -- because think of it this way -- if it's whipped too long it turns to butter right? so whip it to just right before that point -- it will last like crazy -- it will not weep one bit -- under whipped it is gross -- so there's that too -- but stabilizer doesn't turn it into buttercream -- 

OHaresTstyTrts Posted 14 Dec 2015 , 4:30am
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Oh good to know @-K8memphis  ! I have tried the gelatin thing once and it wasn't a total success. 

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