Carb free whipped cream is a go-to snack for me, and when I first started keto, it was one of the recipes that helped me beat sugar cravings. If you are looking for great heavy whipping cream, I highly recommend using Organic Valley because it is the only zero carbs heavy whipping cream I have found. I’m sure there may be others, but like I said it’s the only brand I’ve been able to find.
This carb free whipped cream couldn’t be easier to make, and it has been the base of many other recipes I will share soon. I also love using it as a topping for this keto chocolate mousse, or my mug cakes, and keto pumpkin cheesecake.
I usually make a big batch so I can use my whipped cream in a variety of ways without having to wash my mixing bowl multiple times (what can I say, I try to keep it simple) but you can always cut this recipe down and make single servings. This recipe makes about 20 servings, which is perfect for holiday parties. You do take keto recipes to holiday parties.
PLEASE READ: —> Update: There is a lot of debate about whether or not this is carb free whipped cream. Yes, Organic Valley, in large enough amounts are going to have carbs, but this brand does appear to have fewer carbs than other brands unless they have figured out a way to skew their label. With that said, yes if you eat this entire batch you are going to be eating carbs there is no way around that. If you only eat one serving you will be good to go but if you eat more half the whipped cream well, why would you do that? Whipped cream isn’t a meal.
Carb Free Whipped Cream:
How To Make It:
Pour all ingredients into a mixing bowl and mix until you reach a consistency you like. I am in love with my Kitchen Aid Mixer and use it daily.
You can store this whipped cream, but it will start to liquefy, so I recommend freezing if you don’t plan to use it quickly.
See what I mean? It doesn’t get much easier than that!
Nutrition Information for Keto Carb Free Whipped Cream:
This is for one serving (makes about 40)
Total Fat: 5g
Dietary Fiber 0g
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