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How to Make Whipped Cream Without a Mixer or Whisk

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  1. This was so very helpful, I even used your how to make cream cheese recipe which turned out wonderful πŸ™‚

  2. Can this be made using full fat coconut milk for vegans? Also, this is a similar method for making butter..

  3. Wow!!! What a good idea!!! Thank you!!!! would be a good idea too if I add instant coffee or cocoa powder. πŸ˜‰

  4. You should do a homemade heavy cream video that can be used for everything like your ice creams. I know you have one, but its not for your ice cream recipes πŸ™

  5. This is wonderful and thanks for your page of "tips"🌞 Growing up we used the hand egg beater. Don't even know if anyone remembers them, anymore!
    Stay safe, now πŸ‘

  6. I love simple, short content like this. Sometimes it's easier to watch a bunch of short videos than one long video.

  7. If you go further, you will have homemade butter, and homemade buttermilk. Great video. Cheers!

  8. Hi..Gemma..
    Gr8 idea..but felt really pitty on those favorite bakers.."GEMMA STAFFORD"β™₯

  9. On Gemma, this looks delicious. But I'm so nervous after having had a major fail with the three ingredient flatbread recipe.

  10. Making whipped cream is simple, but you mean to tell me there's an even simpler way to make it?! That's nuts!

  11. Wow so very simple to make and so much cheaper to. A tube at the grocery store can get rather expensive. Also GEMMA I LOVE your IRISH ACCENT. What. Part of IRELAND are you from????

  12. Haha I automatically started shaking with you !! Great idea for my son who doesn’t have a mixer. πŸ‘πŸ»

  13. Can you list the link to your microwaveable peach cobbler in a mug? I can’t seem to find it!πŸ˜€

  14. This is the way we used to make butter when I was young. We used to skim the cream, from the fresh milk we got in exchange for eggs from our neighbor, it did take quite a bit of shaking.

  15. That was how always made whipped cream growing up. If you add more but use a quart jar and keep shaking, you have butter…🀣 Good thing there was eight of us kids, needless to say we took turns shaking it for the butter! It’s a great way to do it when you need to, that is for sure. Gemma, I am glad you show these videos, they can be extremely helpful as I am sure a lot of people today wouldn’t know these things. Valuable info for sure.

  16. I clumped mine when I tried it at first. It is tricky not to go all ham and make butter instead of whipped cream but if you live in a dorm or so, this is a great hack.

  17. Also the jar needs to be free of any grease or oil. Clean the jar and wipe the inside with lemon juice. Thank for all your great videos.

  18. Gemma. You looks great and I wish I can send you a lipstick to make you looks fantastic. Stay safe!

  19. I like to add sugar free pudding mixes when I do whipped cream, and I have to stop myself from eating a whole bowl of it 🀣

  20. GEMMA: To add on to the side of a dessert, top off an ice cream sundae –
    GEMMA: Or put a dollop in your coffee 🌈😊
    ME: ΰ² _ΰ²  …I see.

  21. Now I don't have to feel sad about not ever having toppings on mug cakes. Not having a hand mixer at the dorms is not an issue anymore πŸ˜€


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