Making whip cream in a jar is just as much fun as making butter in a jar. Whip cream happens a little bit faster than the butter and of course it's a BIG hit with kids. So next time you're serving dessert to a bunch of kids, have them make their own whipped cream.
All you need is willing participants, baby food or mason jars, some heavy whipping cream and sugar. Oh, and some vigorous shaking for 2-3 minutes.
I used about 2 oz of heaving whipping cream in each jar and 1 1/2 teaspoons of sugar.
Shake, shake, shake and then shake some more for about 3 minutes.
And you end up with some heavenly sweet and creamy whipped cream.
To top some Nilla Wafers or brownies or pumpkin chocolate chip muffins, etc.
If you're a super vigorous shaker like Bryce, the whipped cream will come out a bit thicker. Both taste great, it's all about the texture you prefer!
Other posts you might be interested in:
How to make Butter in a Jar
Thank you for taking time out of your busy day to leave a comment. I love to hear from you! Have a fantastic day!