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Whipped cream is arguably the best dessert topping, and brown sugar is arguably the best dessert ingredient. The 2 put together? So. Darn. Good. Perfectly sweet, ultra-fluffy, but with a depth of flavor from the brown sugar that you just don't get from the normal stuff. This brown sugar whipped cream might just be your new go-to.
Classic, crowd-pleasing whipped cream is stepped up a notch. This brown sugar whipped cream is where its at, y’all! The brown sugar brings more depth of flavor than you’ll find in traditional whipped cream, with the same amazing, airy texture.
It's super easy to make, with just 3 ingredients, and it pairs well with so many other desserts. In the picture above, I put it on top of my New York Cheesecake recipe, then drizzled it all with salted caramel sauce, and UGH that is probably what heaven tastes like.
Once upon a time, back when I was young and dumb (actually this lasted until I was about 18 but let’s not get into details), I didn’t like whipped cream.
“What?”, you say? “Are you a crazy person?”, you say? The answer is, yes, I think I was a crazy person. I do sincerely regret all those years of my life that I lived without whipped cream. BUT. I am here so you never have to experience that tragedy yourself. So quick! Make yourself a batch of this and experience all of this goodness that this whipped cream has to offer, and during your prayers tonight, make sure you send one up to the Big Guy thanking him for putting heavy cream and sugar in our lives. Amen.
Storage: Whipped cream doesn't store well, so make this shortly before you plan to serve it.
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Brown Sugar Whipped Cream
- 2 cups heavy whipping cream right from the fridge
- ¾ cups brown sugar
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- Stir together whipping cream, brown sugar, and vanilla.
- Using the whisk attachment on a stand or hand mixer, whisk the whipped cream on high until stiff peaks form.
- Store in the refrigerator until ready to eat.
Did you make this whipped cream? I want to know! Post it on social media, tag @battersandblessings, and add #battersandblessings so I can see your creation 🙂