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HAWKTHREE SparkPoints: (28,344)
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11/19/11 8:14 A

Maybe this was all marketing hype, but I remember an infomercial about a hand held blender using skim milk and successfully whipping it.

The skim milk had to be very very cold. You can google and you'll find lots of links for it.

I just found this recipe for whipped skim milk where you add unflavoried gelatin. If I were going to try to whip skim milk, this is the one I'd try because the gelatin would add "body" without calories/fat/carbs. It does have dried milk. www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,173,144168-240197
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PERFECTLY_LIFE Posts: 2,283
11/17/11 8:49 A

It is in the baking aisle and usually near the jell-o!
:-)

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11/16/11 10:58 P

Thanks so much. Gonna try the dream whip if I can find it!

PERFECTLY_LIFE Posts: 2,283
11/16/11 10:02 A

Two tablespoons of heavy whipping cream on top of dessert adds 100 calories and 10 g fat! Cool Whip Free cuts calories down to 20 calories and 1 g fat.
One serving of fat-free Reddi Whip is only 5 calories.
You can also use Dream Whip to make your own whipped cream, one serving has 15 calories and 0.5 g fat.




Edited by: PERFECTLY_LIFE at: 11/16/2011 (10:03)
BBAGBY1 SparkPoints: (3,766)
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11/15/11 4:38 P

I miss my favorite desserts. Most of them involve heavy whipping cream. Any ideas on what to substitute.

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