The Art of Sweet Shop Whipped Cream

05/29/2013 18:13

There is an increase in the number of people who are looking to cut back on consuming processed foods and drinks containing additives and preservatives.  More and more people are seeking these healthy alternatives for home use, and plenty of solutions have hit the market.  Apart from the healthier options, the ease of making it at home is an even bigger bonus.

One of the biggest indulgences at a restaurant or dessert shop is the whipped cream.  We will pull back on using the store-bought whipped cream and will enjoy it when we can get the real thing on our ice cream and pie.  The all natural ingredients make it so much richer, and the flavor is as if it is a secret recipe.  If only there was a way to get that same rich and creamy whipped cream at home.  Well, with all of the options available to us, now you can!

All you truly need is a whippier and whipping cream cartridge.  Yes, it really is that simple.  Within minutes you will have the most delicious whipped cream you have ever tasted, anytime you want it, in any flavor you prefer.  It will cost you significantly less than the store-bought product, with your only major cost being the whipped cream cartridges, which are not reusable.  Easy to use and economical, you can’t go wrong.

Another major swing is towards soda.  If you enjoy carbonated water and seltzer water, but don’t want the sugar or additives in the store-bought bottles, you can now make your own.  Using the same process as the whipped cream, you will need soda siphons and nitrous oxide chargers.  Add your water and any flavoring that you desire, and within minutes you have soda.  Again, your NO2 cartridges will be your major cost, which is still significantly cheaper than buying bottles of carbonated water at the store.

If you are interested in making your own whipped cream and soda, there is a small initial investment in the whippier.  You will also want to best soda siphon based on your needs and frequency of use.  If you anticipate making it daily, then you will want to spend a little more on a higher end product.  If you will be an infrequent user but still want the ability to make it as you please, then you can go with a less expensive option.  No matter which you choose you will not be sorry you made the investment.