Okay, so I whipped up heavy cream to use on cream puffs, however, it ended up being too runny to use. Now I have a large bowl of runny vanilla whipped cream. What can I use it for? I was thinking I could use it to make ice cream. Does anyone know if this would work?
Use it as a topping over fresh fruit such as strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, mango, apples or cherries.
Bake an apple crisp and use it as a topping.
Use it in your coffee.
If you want to use it to make ice cream you will need to make a batch of ice cream base, which is a cooked egg and cream custard.
Ohh, in coffee!! Just a little dollop is heavenly! Try it in ice cream, not all ice cream uses eggs. Here's a recipe by Alton Brown which looks interesting http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/serious-vanilla-ice-cream-recipe.html
If you have an ice cream maker, try substituting the cream/milk it calls for with your whipped cream. Report back if you do. :)