How to Make Whipped Cream From Powdered Creamer

By Chance E. Gartneer

Powdered creamers make a satisfying dessert-topper for when you find yourself without a carton of cream, or cooking for the lactose intolerant. Most powdered coffee creamers are non-dairy and come in a wide variety of flavors including mocha, caramel and French vanilla. Powdered milk may also be substituted for powdered creamer in whipped cream recipes with little extra effort.

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Sprinkle powdered creamer onto whipped cream for a delicious treat.

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Step 1

Add 1 part lemon juice, 4 parts cold water and 16 parts powdered creamer to the mixing bowl.

Step 2

Whip the mixture with the electric mixer on high for 1 to 2 minutes or until the mixture begins to stiffen and soft peaks begin to appear.

Step 3

Slowly mix in 3 parts confectioners' sugar and continue mixing for 2 to 3 minutes or until hard peaks begin to appear.

Step 4

Store the bowl and contents into the refrigerator until serving it.