Stabilized Whipped Cream (video) #stabilizedwhippedcream
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Stabilized Whipped Cream (video) #stabilizedwhippedcream

One of the most requested frosting recipes on my YouTube channel – stabilized whipped cream! It’s super easy to make at home and holds its shape very well for cakes, cupcakes and other desserts! For my video, I used strawberry extract, but this recipe will work great with any flavor and in any color. Recipe […]

Share235 Pin6K 6K Shares Do you love to use whipped cream frosting for your cakes and cupcakes but need the frosting to hold its shape better? The answer is stabilized whipped cream – it holds its shape well and it’s pipeable! Stabilized frosting can be made several different ways (and I have multiple recipes below!) – this version can be made with gelatin or agar gelatin. It’s super easy to make at home and you can make it in almost any flavor; more flavor recommendations below! Watch My Video! Watch my video recipe for my step-by-step instructions! Want new recipe updates? Make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel!  Adding Flavors! My recipe for stabilized whipped cream is super versatile. In my video recipe, I used strawberry extract but this recipe will work great with any flavor and in any color. Try adding vanilla extract or even vanilla bean for a classic bakery flavor. Add some melted chocolate chips or cocoa powder for chocolate flavor. Coffee whipped cream is also delicious! Add a teaspoon of coffee emulsion, or a few tablespoons of cold espresso. Any fruit flavor will work for this frosting: strawberry, raspberry, blueberry, blackberry. You name it – it will taste amazing! I recommend using an extract. If you want to add fruit preserves, add them at the very end. For the best results, make sure your cream is very cold, if necessary, place it into the freezer for 5 minutes before whisking. Recipe proportions for bigger batches: 2 cups heavy cream + 2/3 cup white granulated sugar + 2 tsp gelatin + 1/4 cup water 3 cups heavy cream + 1 cup white granulated sugar + 1 tbsp gelatin + 6 tbsp water (huge batch) 4 cups heavy cream + 1 1/3 cups white granulated sugar + 1 1/2 tbsp gelatin + 1/2 cup water Enjoyed this recipe? Don’t forget to save it to Pinterest for later! More Recipes! Next, try my ‘Berry Whipped Cream Frosting’! Get more ‘Back To Cake Basics’ recipes here: Need some supplies to make this recipe? You can get them here (Amazon affiliate links): My classic KitchenAid stand mixer is a must for every kitchen! This set of jumbo cake decorating tips has all the tips that I use on a regular basis. Plus, these disposable pastry bags are a huge time saver! Share235 Pin6K 6K Shares


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