Making whipped cream with an electric dispenser is easier than you may think. If you have one of these handy kitchen appliances, follow these five simple steps to make the perfect whipped cream!
The Best Time of Day to Whip Your Cream
The best time of day to use a Nangsta whipped cream dispenser is right before you serve a dessert. However, most people would argue that there’s no bad time to whip some cream, whether you need it for your morning cup of coffee or for your evening dessert. It’s versatile, delicious and easy-to-use. So why not get started? Here are a few tips on how to make your whipped cream extra special: A Note on Storage: Always keep refrigerated until ready to use. Do not freeze! You can store in refrigerator up to 1 week if tightly covered with plastic wrap after each use. If left uncovered, condensation may cause water droplets on top of whipped cream which will dilute flavor. For longer storage periods (up to 2 weeks), place in freezer container and freeze as soon as possible after each use. To thaw frozen whipped topping, let stand at room temperature for about 15 minutes until slightly softened; stir gently just before using. Do not refreeze once thawed as texture will be altered and quality may suffer greatly due to loss of flavor and moisture content.
What Type of Dairy Products To Use
To get more of a meringue-like consistency, you’ll want to use whole milk. (If you use skim or low-fat milk, your whipped cream will be more creamy.) If you have time, it’s also ideal to chill your cans of whipping cream and then let them warm up at room temperature for about an hour before use. You can speed things along by putting them in a bowl of warm water.
Where Can I Purchase One?
There are many brands of these electronic cream dispensers, including Waring Pro and DeLonghi. They can be purchased from any specialty kitchen supply store or online. The cost of a brand-new electric whipped cream dispenser ranges from about $20 for a small model up to more than $150 for a high-end model that includes additional features. However, used machines can be had on sites such as eBay and Craigslist for less than half that price.
Electric Whip Cream Dispensers are Easy to Clean, Dependable and Affordable
While they vary in price, most electric dispensers cost between $30 and $50. This is a small price to pay for how easy they are to use. An electric whipper doesn’t require you to churn anything yourself; all you need to do is fill up its reservoir with heavy cream and turn it on. The dispenser takes care of everything else. It heats up, automatically separates and aerates your cream into whipped cream goodness in just 20-60 seconds.
Personalizing your whipped cream dispenser
Like most kitchen gadgets, electric whipped cream dispensers come with a variety of accessories and attachments that can help you do more—or less—with your whipped cream. Try experimenting with different nozzles for varying results; some are designed for decorating desserts, while others give a fluffier, lighter texture. This is one of those rare kitchen tools you’ll actually use regularly enough to justify having two or three on hand!