Simple 2-Ingredient Whipped Cream Recipe


Simple 2-Ingredient Whipped Cream Recipe

Simple 2-Ingredient Whipped Cream Recipe

If you've always wondered how to make whipped cream, this is an easy recipe that anyone can perfect! All you need to make this Simple 2-Ingredient Whipped Cream Recipe are heavy cream and confectioners' sugar. Simply mix the ingredients and you'll have fluffy, delicious homemade whipped cream in no time. Once you taste it, you'll never go back to the store bought kind again. Add a dash of vanilla for more flavor if you wish.

Preparation Time3 min

Cooking MethodNo Bake, Oven


  • 2 cups heavy cream
  • 3 to 4 tablespoons confectioners' sugar


  1. In a large bowl, mix cream until stiff peaks form (about 1-2 minutes, depending on your mixer).
  2. Add sugar and mix just long enough to incorporate. Do not overmix, or cream will become lumpy.

Note: you can add 1 tsp vanilla extract to the mixture for additional flavor.




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I love making my own whipped cream. There is such a difference once you try homemade whipped cream. It turns any dessert into something amazing. I put my bowl, beaters, and cream in the freezer a little bit before I whip it up. I also make sure to have this just before serving. That way it is fluffy and fresh for dessert. Definitely don't overmix this, you will end up with some very sweet butter like stuff if you do.

I love real whipped cream. It beats the stuffing out of non-dairy whipped topping that comes frozen at the store. Some people buy the whipped cream in a can, but it is just too easy not to whip up your own. It will whip up better if the whipping cream is super cold, as well as the bowl and beaters.

Isn't this how we've all whipped up our cream? This isn't anything new.


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