I am obsessed with experimenting with different flavors in whipped cream. This Vanilla Crown Royal Whipped Cream has become a new favorite. I actually created this for a boozy pecan pie that I miserably failed at but decided to still share the whipped cream. Why? Because it is AWESOME! I have been putting a little dollop of this on anything that will sit still. It is fabulous on my Brioche French Toast . It is also great on pie ,this one has a touch of whiskey in it and the flavor combination is a dream, Maple Walnut Pie from Vintage Kitty.
Making homemade whipped cream is so much better than the store bought stuff. With a few tips you will be enjoying homemade whipped cream and will never go back to the store bought stuff again.
Place mixing bowl and wire mixing whisk in the freezer for at least 1 hour . Remove the bowl and attach the whisk to mixer
Pour one cup of cold heavy whipping cream into the cold mixing bowl and add 2 Tablespoons of powdered sugar.
Like that little bottle, kinda nifty huh? When I am playing around with flavors I always buy the tiny travel size bottles .
Then add 1-2 Tablespoons of Vanilla Crown Royal. I suggest adding 1 tablespoon at first and adding another later.
Start beating on medium speed until soft peaks form.
Once the soft peaks form turn your mixer to high until firmer peaks are formed.
Once stiff peaks are formed it’s ready, careful not to ever mix or you will have butter.
Place a dollop of Vanilla Crown Royal Whipped Cream on top of just about anything and ENJOY!!
- 1 cup very cold heavy whipping cream
- 2 tablespoons powdered sugar
- 1-2 Tablespoons Vanilla Crown Royal
- Place mixing bowl and wire mixing whisk in the freezer for at least 1 hour
- Remove bowl and attach the whisk to mixer
- Pour one cup of cold heavy whipping cream into the cold mixing bowl
- Add 2 Tablespoons of powdered sugar
- Add 1-2 Tablespoons of Vanilla Crown Royal ..I recommend adding 1 tablespoon to begin and add more if you like
- Start beating on medium speed until soft peaks form
- Once the soft peaks form turn your mixer to high until firmer peaks are formed. Careful not to ever mix or you will have butter.