About Flavored Whipped Topping
This Flavored Whipped Topping is an easy, quick, and inexpensive recipe that is fun to make and can add some nice flavor to your deserts. Try to resist the urge to eat this whipped topping straight out of the bowl. Invite the children / grand children to help make this, they will have fun and receive a nice ‘introduction to cooking’ lesson.
Although any type of ‘whipped topping’ will work for this recipe, I prefer to go with real whipped cream.
Quality Ingredients are Important
I am a stickler for ingredients and prefer to avoid anything with corn syrup, high fructose corn syrup, hydrogenated vegetable oil (of any kind), artificial flavor, modified food starch, polysorbate 60, sorbitan monostearate, sodium polyphosphate, or anything else that I have trouble pronouncing.
Some ‘whipped topping’ manufacturers use skim Milk, and less than 2% of light cream; then add in a bunch of artificial ingredients and flavoring to try to make their own cream-like product. This really bugs me for a number of reasons, but the biggest is that whipped cream is pretty easy to make. All you need is some cream, a little sugar, and a way to whip it up to introduce air into the cream. So, do your family a favor an take a moment to read the ingredients before you buy. You will end up with healthier and better tasting food.
Feel Free To Change It Up A Bit
This recipe calls for “Frozen Whipped Cream”, however, if you prefer to whip your own cream you can definitely do so. Your results will be just as good, if not better. BUT, this version of the recipe is intended to be ‘quick and easy’ so I am not going to include those instructions.
Let me know in the comments how you like this recipe, and if you made any changes. If you decide to whip the cream yourself, I would love to hear about it.
Flavored Whipped Topping
- 1 8oz Tub Frozen Whipped Cream
- 1 Box Jello Any flavor, any brand
- Set out whipped cream for about 30 minutes to soften.
- Move whipped cream into a medium serving bowl, then whip to soften and mix in more air.
- Add the box of dry jello mix, then stir until completely dissolved and mixed.
- Place in fridge for at least 30 minutes to resettle.
- Optional: Add small chunks of fruit and/or miniature flavored marshmallows for an additional treat.
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Recipe Origins Notice
Pastor Dave creates many of his recipes from scratch simply using food combinations that he thinks will taste good together. Then he uses a lot of trial and error and experimenting to come up with the recipe that he chooses to share.
However, some of these recipes began from an ‘idea recipe’ which was found from another source, we then modified that recipe with our own preferences. That combined with the fact that it is possible for more than one person to have the same idea; and the fact that at this point in human history at lot of things have been written down means that you may encounter a similar recipe somewhere else. So don’t jump to conclusions that anyone is copying anyone else… Sometimes things just end up similar.
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