5 Fun and Creative Ways to Use Cream Chargers

If you want to make delicious desserts, then a whipped cream dispenser is a must-have in your kitchen. This will save you time and effort when making fluffy and airy toppings and fillings.

These cylinders contain nitrous oxide (N2O) gas that dissolves the fat molecules in the cream to give it more volume and a frothy appearance. It also helps the cream to keep its elasticity and stay fresh longer than it would without the charger.

1. Whipped Cream

Whipped cream is one of the most versatile toppings in the kitchen. It can be used to top pancakes, ice cream, pies, and cakes.

Whipped cream can also be flavored with extracts or spices to add flavor, body, and color to your dessert. There are even dairy-free whipped creams for those who cannot consume milk.

Whipping cream is made by beating a stiffened milk fat-rich liquid, usually heavy or double cream, with an electric mixer until it thickens, forms soft peaks, and starts to resemble marshmallow fluff. For best results, make sure the cream is very cold.

2. Whipped Foams

Whipped foams are an extremely fun and creative way to use cream chargers. They are especially useful for topping drinks and desserts, and can make specialty cocktails look spectacular.

Foams are created by a reaction between protein and nitrous oxide (N2O), usually in the form of egg white but also gelatine or agar-agar. They are usually aerated by a whisk, either by hand or in a mixer.

The quality of whipped cream is dependent on its stability, which is controlled by the size of milk fat crystals that partially coalesce to trap air bubbles in a continuous network of liquid and fat globules. Generally, whipped cream is more stable when it is cold.

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3. Whipped Ice Cream

Often used to top desserts, whipped ice cream can also be a great addition to your coffee drinks. This is especially true when you use it in a sundae and serve it with a cherry.

A key ingredient in this recipe is cold condensed milk, which helps keep the ice cream soft and scoopable without the need for an ice cream machine. This is a very easy and inexpensive way to make creamy homemade ice cream.

If you’re short on whipped cream but still want to serve a dessert, try whipping slightly thawed vanilla ice cream with a few tablespoons of powdered sugar. It’s easy to do and will give you the texture of whipped cream that you’re looking for. Then, you can add any other flavorings or ice cream toppings that you want!

4. Whipped Custard

If you’re looking to make whipped cream but don’t want to use an electric beater, you can turn to a simple bowl and whisk. This method is easy, and you won’t have to worry about over whipping your cream.

This is a great recipe for making whipped custard (Creme Patissiere) to fill eclairs, cream puffs and mille feuille. It’s creamy and delicate without being too cloying.

5. Whipped Meringue

Whipped meringue is a versatile ingredient that can be used for a number of different recipes. It can be used to create cookies, pavlovas and it can even be used to top pies.

To make whipped meringue you need to whip egg whites and sugar until it forms soft peaks. It takes about 5 minutes for meringue to reach this stage in a stand mixer.

Meringue can be very tricky to get right, and there are some things you need to know to ensure success. If you follow the tips below you can be sure to make the best meringue possible.

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