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rozzle64 Jan 11, 2007 05:54 AM

What do you do with a large bowl of sweetened whipped cream? Accidentally whipped way too much and when I ran out of M&Ms - great with whipped cream - I didn't know what to do as it is way too hot to bake anything.

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    coconutz RE: rozzle64 Jan 11, 2007 06:59 AM

    Put it in a sealed container and it will keep for a couple of days. Make something that you want to put whipped cream on. Like lemon tart or chocolate pudding.

    If it is that hot, you an do microwave pudding in a cup. Very easy, just google for it.

    Lemon curd is very refreshing when it is hot.

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      serious RE: rozzle64 Jan 11, 2007 08:24 AM

      keep whipping and turn it into butter..

      1. chowser RE: rozzle64 Jan 11, 2007 06:29 PM

        If you have any cookies, even oreos, crush them and mix it up. Let it sit overnight.

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          Lucia RE: rozzle64 Jan 11, 2007 06:52 PM

          Use it in coffee to replace milk.

          1. chocolate chick RE: rozzle64 Jan 11, 2007 07:09 PM

            How about some fresh berry parfaits? If you whip the cream with a little mascarpone cheese, it will keep longer and it's also delish.

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              FAL RE: rozzle64 Jan 11, 2007 07:51 PM

              Come on you need a suggestion with left over whipped cream.

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                shindiganna RE: FAL Jan 12, 2007 07:25 AM

                LMAO

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                  Querencia RE: shindiganna Jan 1, 2012 04:20 PM

                  Yes, this is reminding me of the time somebody posted a worried what-to-do query about having tons of ripe mangos---I guess they had a tree---we northern city folks who pay $3 per mango were stunned that a rare treat could become such a problem. So, just add the whipped cream to your coffee and pretend you're being decadent in Vienna.

              2. rcallner RE: rozzle64 Jan 11, 2007 08:51 PM

                Make or buy a pound cake or sponge cake and serve the cream with.

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                  Laura D. RE: rozzle64 Jan 11, 2007 09:03 PM

                  If you have a pastry bag you can pipe the whipped cream out into individual "dollops" and freeze these. I've heard they're great in coffee, or even just as a dessert topping once they thaw slightly. I find that about 5 seconds after I throw out leftover whipped cream I come up with some sort of amazing use for it and regret trashing of the cream. I also second the idea of mixing in crushed cookies--preferably oreos. I make a cake filling that is basically whipped cream and crushed cookies and it is amazing. Good luck!

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                    tsc RE: Laura D. Jan 1, 2012 03:34 PM

                    can't believe I didn't think of it, but so glad for inspiration. had a New Year's Day brunch, whipped cream among the leftovers so got online for ideas. I love "ice box cake" - the cake from childhood (mine, at least) made from Nabisco Famous Wafers and whipped cream - a simple, delicious treat. I also had leftover gingersnaps so made an ice box cake using those. I expect it to be delicious and will serve when some girlfriends come over for tea in a couple of days. thanks!!

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                    magiesmom RE: rozzle64 Jan 1, 2012 08:13 PM

                    insert spoon, fill, eat :)

                    1. coll RE: rozzle64 Jan 2, 2012 01:17 AM

                      Irish coffee for me!

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