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how do I get that light n fluffy whip cream icing

post #1 of 11
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I have a order for 200mini cc snd the lady wants whip cream icing like at kroger and walmart. Can anyone help me pls.
post #2 of 11

If you need the whipped cream icing recipe, here it is

1 cup heavy whipping cream

3 tbsp regular sugar

1 tsp vanilla essence

start with whipping the heavy cream first on low speed for about 2 minutes. Then add the sugar and vanilla and beat the mixture on medium to high till you get stiff peaks. This will make around 2 cups of whipped cream icing.

I am not sure if this is the icing they use at Walmart or other stores, but i thought i would share the recipe if that will help you.

post #3 of 11

The recipe above is for whipped cream.  It would not be stable for long on cupcakes, although it is delicious. :)

 

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post #4 of 11

you can buy that from cake decorating stores. my local one stocks those, it comes in a carton and it needs to be refrigerated.

post #5 of 11

I've not had the whipped cream icing at Wal-Mart or Kroger. However, I spent 15 years working for a retail grocer as a cake decorator. We used a whipped topping called Richs Bettercream. It is not whipped cream, though. This is shelf stable, but I don't recommend it be stored in a hot environment, as it will melt.

post #6 of 11
I use to work at a cupcakery here in GA. And for our "stable" whipped cream before starting the cream in mixture we got a small batch of gelatin ready... And while the whisk was going we slowly drizzled the gelatin/water mixture in. I don't remember the exact measurements but if I had to guess I would do around 2:1 cup ratio. Cream:gelatin.

Try it out!! It should hold all day!! The CCs were kept at room temp.
post #7 of 11
I use bettercreme made by richs it's great yes have to b cold till u whip it then it can stay at room temp that's what Walmart uses its called none dairy whipped topping
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post #9 of 11
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Thank you sooo much everyone. I appreciate this really I do!
post #10 of 11

There is a recipe on this site called "whiped cream buttercream". Its really light and fluffy and tasts great. I just made a batch last night, lemon flavored, its delishious. Also the other day i was at walmart and i found some dehydrated whipped cream powder. Its called Spiff E Whip. Im not sure if all walmatrs sell it, but its by the emergency food (canned dried stuff). On the back of the carton is a recipe for frosting it just calls for the Spiff E whip and water so it would be shelf stable. I bought some but havent tried it out yet. Im asuming that it would be very simular to the Richs and Pastry Pride type of "whipped cream" frostings though.

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Thank you
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