From forming one half of a Victorian sponge filling to being an essential component in a cream tea, whipped cream is a truly classic addition to so many delicious bakes. Learning how to make whipped cream for yourself is a brilliant thing to have in your baking arsenal. It might seem like quite an easy thing to do (pour cream in a bowl and whisk it, right?), but there’s actually plenty that can go wrong! For starters, can you whip cream that’s not specifically whipping cream? And how do you know when to stop whipping and start eating!? Under whipped cream will be far too runny to pipe on top of a cake or use as a filling, while overwhipped cream can start to turn lumpy and eventually curdle into butter. Striking the perfect balance can be simple, if you have the right ingredients, equipment and baking know-how.
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