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Healthy Whipped Cream – Homemade Reddi-Wip

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The great wall of healthy whipped cream.

whipped cream pie

Shown above, on top of my Crustless Pumpkin Pie – (reader favorite recipe).

Don’t laugh… but as a kid, squirt whipped cream was one of my favorite foods. Every time we held a slumber party, soccer-team party, or girl-scout party, we’d be sure to buy extra cans of Reddi-Wip, and my ice cream sundaes looked like this: small scoop of ice cream, ocean of chocolate syrup, mountain of whipped cream.

Homemade Reddi-Wip whipped cream is light and airy and swirly– just like the real thing! However, this one has no preservatives, stabilizers, emulsifiers, or cholesterol. It is just straight-up awesomeness: great on ice cream, hot chocolate, pancakes, squirted straight from the can (my personal favorite), or anywhere else you’d use squirt whipped cream.

How to make homemade whipped cream   Christmas present

When I first saw the Isi “Easy Whip” mini whipped cream maker at Crate & Barrel, I was so curious as to whether or not it would work with my Homemade Coconut Cool Whip that the machine immediately went onto my Christmas list. Some people ask for jewelry for Christmas; some ask for fancy cars.  But you can’t eat a fancy car. And I really hope you don’t eat your jewelry.

You can, however, eat this:

healthy redi whip

(Side note: This is not a sponsored post. I prefer to highlight products I believe in, as opposed to products someone is paying me to endorse.)

Healthy Whipped Cream – Homemade Reddi-Wip 

(can be sugar-free)

  • 1 can “heavy cream” such as coconut cream or Mimicreme (If you can’t find coconut cream, which can be purchased at Trader Joe’s or at an Asian market, you may use the thick cream that forms at the top of most full-fat cans of coconut milk when it’s chilled. If you go that route, I’d recommend using the cream from the tops of 2 cans.)
  • powdered sugar or powdered stevia to taste
  • optional: add a few drops of vanilla extract or almond or peppermint extract for a flavored whipped cream. And yes, this does work with my Chocolate Whipped Cream.

Healthy Whipped Cream Instructions: (If you don’t have a whipped cream machine, see the giveaway at the end of this post.) Prepare the whipped cream container and charger according to manufacturer’s directions for your specific brand/model. Pour in the cream– if using coconut cream, it’s best to not chill first. In seconds, the 1/2 pint you put in will yield 5 times that amount! (So 2.5 pints total for this recipe.) Use anywhere you’d use squirt whipped cream, and it stays fresh for up to ten days in the refrigerator.

View Healthy Whipped Cream Nutrition Facts

homemade whipped cream

And another shot with the Crustless Pumpkin Pie.

Just because.

Katie is the baker, photographer, and author of the popular blog Chocolate-Covered Katie. Her favorite food is chocolate, and she believes in eating a balanced diet that includes dessert every single day. More about Katie—> 
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  1. Miranda Friedman says:

    That looks so cool! That is one kitchen gadget I would love to have.

  2. Anonymous says:

    i WANT IT!!! 😀

  3. Jennifer says:

    My son would thank you for this, he loves canned whipped topping and I’m not fond of letting him have it. (we don’t but his grandparents do!)

  4. Kristen says:

    This would be awesome to have. The kids can go through a can of whipped cream in two days. Your site is wonderful.

  5. Beth says:

    This would be really fun to use!

  6. JWG says:

    YUMMMO! I want one of these!! we love whipped cream.

  7. Lisa R says:

    Now THAT is cool!

  8. Barb says:

    I admit – I still buy cans of whipped cream and eat it in a bowl for dessert with chocolate sprinkles. This would save me a lot of money 🙂

  9. Lauren says:

    I would love to win this! 🙂 Whipped cream is my guilty pleasure, so healthier homemade would be fantastic!

  10. Nikita says:

    This is so cool! My only experience making coconut whipped cream didn’t turn out well because I used Trader Joe’s Coconut Cream AND chilled it. It was lumpy, but still tasty. I have been too scared to try again, but maybe this would work for me!

  11. Steph says:

    Looks yummy! Whipped cream is definitely one of my favorite foods to eat straight up :p

  12. CJ says:

    I had no idea those existed; otherwise, it would have been on my Christmas list!

  13. Ashley B says:

    Would love to win this– Thanks for highlighting this product! Something I have definitely missed now that I have tried to cut out processed foods.

  14. hannah says:

    That looks awesome! I used to eat whipped cream in college…it was the perfect light sweet fix during the day

  15. Gi says:

    Woooo…
    Oh PLEASE let me be that one.. that’s be just SO cool!

  16. Jess says:

    yum, would really love to make this!!

  17. Jodi L. says:

    I had no idea this gadget even existed – How awesome!

  18. Valerie says:

    So cool!
    I definitely want to try this!

  19. Cassie J. says:

    I love to eat whipped cream straight out of a can! I’d love to be able to make a healthier version too.

  20. Cassie J. says:

    I follow you on Pinterest