Stabilized Whipped Cream Frosting is awesome stuff, and it couldn’t be easier to make or more adaptable to use. It only takes a few ingredients and a few minutes to whip together.
I always “stabilize” my whipped cream, which creates whipped cream that is more resilient and won’t get runny as it sits. Stabilized whipped cream holds together beautifully and keeps its shape for many days.
I love using stabilized whipped cream in lieu of heavy frostings whenever possible.
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Diet plans clearly abound. Choosing one diet over another can be a daunting task.
For this reason, once the choice has been made, and it’s time to start prepping weight loss meals, you want to avoid looking outside of your chosen diet for meal options. Wavering could be detrimental to your weight loss success. You’re very likely to end up needing to start all over again.
Building up a diet-focused recipe library on your computer is a great idea, for this very reason. So if you’ve chosen the ketogenic diet as your weight loss method, for example, then you ONLY want those types of recipes in your library… and nothing else.
The importance of this cannot be overstated.
In the past, I’ve definitely hopped from one thing to the next… like crazy. And when I really think about it, there’s only one reason why…
On sugar-restriction, you crave sweets. On a low-calorie diet, you tend to crave calorie-rich foods. I mean, it’s still officially “diet food,” even if it’s not your diet… right? And counter-arguments can be pretty compelling. And let’s not kid ourselves. Meal prep videos can oftentimes be extremely tough to resist. 😉
Sticking to the plan long-term is perhaps the most important component of dieting. Of course, it could be said that any diet that focuses on all-natural foods and reasonable portion sizes can be enough all on its own.
Makes sense when you really think about it. Control the calorie intake, eat clean, and the fat should come right off. Raising your activity levels will also prove beneficial (obviously).
This is standard, conventional advice. And this is for good reason!
But even if your chosen diet isn’t a low-calorie model, you may still be well-served to stick with it long-term. With some diets, macro-nutrient ratios are more important than calories consumed. These are often pretty meticulously calculated, and straying from the prescribed ratio may jeopardize your results.
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476 g (2 cups) heavy whipping cream
30 g (2 tbsp) Lakanto Monk fruit sweetener
5 g (1 tsp) vanilla extract
120 g (1/2 cup) water
14.4 g (2 tbsp / 2 pouches) Knox gelatin powder
1. In a small bowl or glass, combine gelatin and cold water. Stir until gelatin has completely dissolved. Let stand until thick
2. Place the bowl into a pot with water over low heat, stirring constantly until the gelatin dissolves. Let cool to room temperature but not to solidify again.
3. In mixer bowl whip the cream until the soft peaks stage.
4. Add the vanilla and powdered sweetener (OPTIONAL- depending if you want a sweeter frosting). Whip to just combine
5. Reduce speed to low and in a steady stream pour in the liquified gelatin to the whipping cream
6. Whip at high speed until medium-stiff peaks form. CAUTION – do not overwhip as the whipping cream will go buttery, resulting in clumping which will make the frosting unusable
7. Cover the mixer bowl with cling wrap and refrigerate for one hour to allow cream to stabilize
8. Use directly on cake and spread with a spatula or place into piping bag to decorate