Whipped cream is a tasty, sweet treat found atop many desserts and coffee drinks. Though commonly found in dispensers at the grocery store, nothing beats home whipped cream, which doesn't contain extra preservatives or potentially harmful ingredients. Making whipped cream at home can be done by hand or with traditional hand or countertop mixers, but nothing beats the effectiveness or nostalgic sound of freshly whipped cream from a dedicated dispenser. It's not just whipped cream that you can make with a dispenser, you can also create aerated sauces, soups, infused liquors, and a variety of other modern gastronomical delights. Not sure where to get started making your own homemade creams? Check out some of these easy-to-use options below.
This carrot and ginger soup is packed with fiber and requires only 20 minutes of prep.