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June 26, 2011 10:00 AM
If you are a low carb dieter one of the things that you may miss the most is dessert. Over the past few months, I have been satisfying any craving for sweets by eating canned whipped cream but Reddi-Whip and most store brands are sweetened with sugar and the Land-o-lakes brand with Splenda that I used to be able to buy at Sam's isn't available any longer. The cans are somewhat wasteful and definitely don't qualify as green so I started looking for an alternative.

After doing some research, I decided by buy a 1/2 liter Whipit whipped topping maker at Amazon a while back and since then have found a few recipes I'd like to share for anyone else using one of these devices. There are other possibly better models out, particularly the more expensive iSi brand, but my Whipit has been great.

My basic whipped cream recipe is
1 cup whipping cream (I typically buy cheap Walmart brand)
2 pkgs Splenda
between .5 and 1 tsp good vanilla extract

It pretty much tastes like the best of the canned whipped creams but is more dense and holds up much better.

To vary the above you can substitute a flavor of Tormani sugar free classic syrup for the vanilla. I particularly like the classic hazelnut flavor (not their new hazelnut which is crap but the classic).

My decadent whipped dessert is kind of a chocolate mousse:
1 cup whipping cream (I typically buy cheap Walmart brand)
2 pkgs Splenda
3 tablespoons bakers chocolate (I get the kind where the carbs and fiber are equal)
1 teaspoon tasters choice instant coffee, hydrated in a tablespoon of water
2 tablespoons Grand Marnier

Add all ingredients to a bowl and whisk easily until thoroughly combined. It takes a while to get all the chocolate unlumped but its worth it.

Anybody else care to share a recipe for one of these dessert makers?
Edited by beernutz On June 26, 2011 10:01 AM
June 26, 2011 10:08 AM
nice, thanks for sharing!! =D
June 26, 2011 10:14 AM


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