What to do with LOADS of whipped cream?

I whipped a gallon of cream for a party, and half (about 3 quarts whipped) is left. It's whipped with sugar an vanilla. Any recipe ideas?

  • Posted by: Sarah
  • October 12, 2014
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mrsfurious
mrsfurious October 13, 2014

English trifle. Fruit parfait.

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Nancy
Nancy October 13, 2014

Fruit fools (recipe e.g. http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/raspberry-fool). Iced coffee with the cream. Fill profiteroles or eclairs. Banana splits.

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sweetlolo
sweetlolo October 13, 2014

freeze it in dollops to use later http://www.thekitchn.com...

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Cav
Cav October 13, 2014

Have a great Monday night.

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HalfPint
HalfPint October 13, 2014

I would make a few types of semifreddo. Lots of recipes online.

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Marian Bull
Marian Bull October 13, 2014

Semifreddo!! This is a good start: https://food52.com/blog...

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maimai50
maimai50 October 13, 2014

orange or chocolate mousse

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CarlaCooks
CarlaCooks October 14, 2014

You could make a lot of cream scones (take out some of the sugar called for in a recipe), and add in whatever frozen berries or fruit butters you have on hand. I always freeze scones prior to baking, and it's lovely to have pre-shaped scones in the freezer ready for baking on a cool fall morning.

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Sarah
Sarah October 14, 2014

That's a great idea! Totally seasonal and bake as needed for the next couple of months. I live in the Rockies and it's been pretty cold, so scones sound great.

CarlaCooks
CarlaCooks October 16, 2014

Happy to help! I always use Mrs. Larkin's scone recipe (https://food52.com/recipes...) as a launching point. It's a really fantastic recipe! Enjoy your chilly fall mornings (my husband is from Kittredge, CO)!

bigpan
bigpan October 14, 2014

50 shades of ... whipped cream !
(and further thoughts are censored)

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drbabs
drbabs October 15, 2014

Make icebox cake. Here are some recipes:
https://food52.com/recipes...

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drbabs
drbabs October 15, 2014

And here's an article on making ice box cakes without a recipe:
https://food52.com/blog...

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creamtea
creamtea October 15, 2014

Make a chocolate roulade. Chocolate cake baked in a sheet pan. (I use a recipe from June Hemmons Hyatt, from A Piece of Cake (reprinted as The Perfect Cake). Cool it, rolled, in a towel. Spread with whipped cream and re-roll. Our favorite birthday cake.

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