National Whipped Cream Day
National Whipped Cream Day is observed next on Friday, January 5th, 2024 (280 days from today).
Whipped cream is a sweet treat that we have created over the centuries. When the air is whipped into milk with a high enough fat content, the fat will hold the air in small bubbles. When there is enough foam, the cream loses its liquid and begins to hold shape. The earliest whipped cream recipes were available in Italy in the mid-1500s. Not really called "whipped cream" until the late 1600s in England, the original recipes were called confectionery. "snow milk" and it is recommended to hit heavy cream with a willow branch until lather. Now that we have sterilized egg beater and state-of-the-art food processing machinery, whipped cream is widely available in a wide variety of flavors and textures. You can find chocolate whipped cream, mint whipped cream, and ice cream replacement ice cream never. Then comes a thick whipped cream, with higher fat content, for a richer and firmer flavor. Whether you like the convenience of whipping topping from a can or the sweet satisfaction of whipping a homemade batch of whipped cream, remember the joys of whipping cream for you personally - and for all over the world - on this January 5th National Whipped Cream Day.
There is no denying that whipped cream variations in many hot drinks and desserts. Its sheer simplicity turns almost anything into a culinary work of art. Now you can celebrate the quintessential whipped cream event on January 5: Whipped Cream Day!
History of Whipped Cream Day
If you have never tasted the delightful whipped cream, you are missing something awesome! In short, whipped cream is a cream that is "beaten" with a whisk or mixer until it becomes light and fluffy.
For best results, ice cream containing no less than 35% fat will be whipped. The whipping cream process is very simple, involves a manual whisk or mechanical stirring with a high-speed mixer.
While some people prefer the simple taste of whipped cream, others go further. You will often find whipped cream with ingredients like sugar, vanilla, or chocolate.
Today, there is also a variety of non-dairy whipped creams available for those with milk intolerances. Most are marketed as vegan-friendly.
How to celebrate National Whipped Cream Day
If you don't eat dessert regularly, let make an exception for National Whipped Cream Day, treat yourself to a light and airy snack like strawberries, and whipped cream. Tired of the same old cream? Try something different, like whipped mint ice cream on a yellow cake or whipped chocolate ice cream on your cheesecake. If you are fed up with regular whipped cream desserts, try using whipped cream instead of ice cream for desserts like cobbler, pudding, or pie. You can even combine whipped cream with other flavors like savory chips or spicy corn.
Canned whipped cream certainly comes in handy, but you can also make your own at home very easily. For a standard whipped cream, combine whipped cream (or heavy whipped cream), sugar (or powdered sugar), and vanilla extract in a mixing bowl. Hit with electric mixer until peaks form. The small peaks show fewer air bubbles, creating softer whipped cream, which will slowly flow into puddles. Hit longer for larger peaks, which means the cream will retain its shape for a longer time.
Whipped cream is not just for desserts, and National Whipped Cream Day is the perfect opportunity to open up and try something you've never tried before. If any of your local restaurants serve a side dish with savory ice cream, ask a friend to try it! On the other hand, invite a friend to your venue for dinner and make a non-sweet version of the toppings yourself. A box of salted whipped cream goes well with a variety of soups, or you can mix whipped cream with herbs to add extra freshness to your favorite pasta.
ObservedNational Whipped Cream Day has been observed annually on January 5th.
Wednesday, January 5th, 2022
Thursday, January 5th, 2023
Friday, January 5th, 2024
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