Monday, August 27, 2012

To make whipped cream from non-dairy whipping cream 植物性奶油


This is how i made the whipped cream using non-dairy whipping cream 植物性奶油. Whipped cream made from non-dairy whipping cream is suitable to make frosting for Birthday cake using sponge cake base (light and spongy cake) and that need to store inside the fridge. This cream will not turn hard after storing inside the fridge unlike buttercream.





To make whipped cream from non dairy whipping cream
(recipe source: by Sonia aka Nasi Lemak Lover)

1. Remove non dairy whipping cream from freezer (store in the freezer for all the time).

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2. Weight the dairy whipping cream and place in a mixing bowl, let stand at room temperature for 5-10mins.

3. Beat over high speed (hand mixer at speed 4) for 1min, it started become creamy. **do not need to place over a bowl of ice cold water..

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4. Continue to beat over high speed for another 2-3mins, it will become soft peaks.

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5. Continue to beat over high speed for another 2-3mins, it will become stiff peaks.

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6. Store in the fridge before you decorate the cake.

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Here are three brands of non-dairy cream that i have seen in the bakery ingredient shop. They always store this non-dairy cream in a freezer..Thus, if you have leftover cream, store in the freezer for all time.


28 comments:

Mel said...

Funny you know, it's like I can't seem to find non-dairy whipping cream on the supermarket shelf. Or I have not been really looking for it? May I know what brand you have purchase?

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Mel, i buy from bakery ingredients shop, the brand i used is Vivo..

kym said...

Sonia, before do this not need add sugar in a.... hehe i am newer make cake kaki...

kym said...

and how many gm whiping cream u using?

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

kym, yes, dont need to add sugar, and just beat the cream till stiff and firm. For a 7" round cake, 200g non-dairy whipping cream is just nice.

Yee's Corner said...

Thank Sonia. Im going to try your sponge cake & frosting recipe for my gal's birthday cake! She want Barbie doll cake! !!!!God helps me!

Anonymous said...

May I know where do you buy your non dairy whipping cream? Thanks!

Eileen, Hundred Eighty Degrees said...

Hi Sonia, I like to use non-dairy whipping cream for frosting my cakes. You can also try to place the bowl of whipping cream together with the whisk iside the fridge for 10-15 mins and then bring out and beat immediately :)

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

anonoymous, you can buy non dairy whipping cream (i usually buy Vivo brand) from the bakery ingredients shop.

Selbsy said...

Hi, I'm a big fan of you from Singapore, really liked all the recipes you've posted. May I know is Non-Dairy Whipping Cream same as Top Cream?

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Selbsy, sorry, i don't know what is Top cream . Non dairy whipping cream is not making from cow milk.,

Selbsy said...

Sonia, is actually Whipped Topping for pastries & cakes, Red Man brand from Phoon Huat.

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Anonymous said...

hai..nak tanya..apa perbezaan non-dairy whipping cream dgn whipping cream sahaja??? tq.

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

anonymous,non-dairy whipping cream or fresh cream is made from vegetable oil like palm oil whereas whipping cream or dairy whipping cream is made from dairy milk. Non-dairy cream or fresh cream is suitable to use it to decorate a sponge cake especially Birthday cake and must store in the fridge for all time.

Maria Ali said...

HI! What a great tutorial..
Just want 2 know.. How long will this cream hold up on cake after deco.
I'm planning on making a black forest cake for my cousin, so if I deco my cake in the morning.. will it hold up
until night the same day!! Thanks

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Maria, if can hold up unless you store in the fridge at all time..

Goody Egg said...

Sorry just need to confirm that when you say 'freezer', are you referring to the top part of fridge( frozen compartment)?

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Goody Egg, yes, freezer means top part of the fridge (frozen compartment)

candy said...

Hi,are u from hongkong.Was just wondering if u are from here would u know where can I find nondiary whipping cream. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Hi Sonia, just like to check with you, for how many days can I keep excess whipped non-diary cream in the fridge (not freezer) & is still safe to consume?
Thanks & Regards
Chunli

Katie Foong said...

I once used Value Pride and I managed to whip up the cream to 'stiff'. So I quickly spread on my cake, and tried to squeeze some decorations on top. But these did not last long, slowly it become flatter on the cake! Please advise, thank you

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Chunli, I am not sure how long it can be kept, so long it didn't turned bad, I think it is still alright to use.

Katie, try to work decoration when weather is not too hot. I suspect the heat from your hands caused the cream to loosen its stiffness while you pipe the decoration. Next time you can store the piping bag filled with cream inside the fridge for maybe 30mins before you start to pipe.

Rupa Visva said...

Hi,I can I whip back the left over whipped fresh cream!?

小食代 said...

isn't that true that daily whipping cream is not that suitable for cake frosting?
that day i kind of blur blur using daily whipping cream (looked watery then)over mixed caused crumbs

Lydia said...

Hi Sonia!

I love reading your blog :) Do continue inspiring all of us to bake like you! Just a question- May I know which bakery ingredient shop you visit? Been searching high and low for a non-diary whipping cream but I can't seem to find it anywhere :(

Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover said...

Lydia, I got it at the BS Bakery shop Klang.

Shirley said...

Hey sonia, I've been attempting black forest cake for a few times and it always fail because my whip cream melts away very quickly. I've tried adding gelatin but it still melts away pretty quickly in comparison to normal buttercream. The cake will need to last a journey of 2-3 hours. Any tips? Thanks!

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