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Cheesecake Whipped Cream

How to make a stabilized cheesecake whipped cream that you can use on cakes, cupcakes, pies, and as a fruit sauce! Imagine this creamy whipped cream on top of a strawberry pie!

I think I'm working on all the flavors of whipped cream, slowly but surely.

You guys really like the whipped cream recipe.
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What's in a homemade whipped cream
Homemade whipped cream is very easy to make. All that is needed is a thick cream and powdered sugar. I like to add powdered sugar for 2 reasons. One - it adds a little sweetness to the cream. Two - adds stability to the cream, allowing the cream to have a firmer top after being shaken.

That's the basic recipe. Now here's the fun part.

How to make whipped cream
To make cheesecake flavored whipped cream you need thick cream, powdered sugar, and instant cheesecake pudding mixture!
An instant pudding mixture box will add a lot of cheesecake to your whipped cream.
For the record, you will only use 2 tablespoons of instant pudding mixture.

How to make a cheesecake whipped cream topping
In a cold bowl, mix the cream, powdered sugar and powder mixture of instant cheesecake pudding and shake it with an electric mixer until the mixture can be spooned and hold its shape. This can take 5-8 minutes.

This whipped cream topping cheesecake tastes like a bite of your favorite cheesecake. A bit sharp, but very smooth.

You can make 3 whipped cream flavored ingredients beforehand (I say a few hours maximum) and store in the refrigerator until ready to use.


  •  1 cup thick cream
  •  2 tablespoons of instant flavored pudding cheesecake mixture
  •  1 tablespoon powdered sugar


  1. Place the metal or glass shaker in a freezer for 15 minutes.
  2. Remove the bowl from the freezer. Add thick cream, mix the instant pudding flavored cheesecake and refined sugar, shake with an electric mixer for 4-7 minutes, or until a stiff peak forms with a spoon and holds the shape.
  3. Use in cakes, cupcakes, pies, hot chocolate, or as a dip, etc. Place food scraps in a container and store in the refrigerator for up to 1 day.
This recipe is inspired by the owner of a youtube video below

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