How To Use A Whip Cream Dispenser
Here are some tips on how to use a whip cream dispenser. Using a disposable can of whip cream can lead to a lot of wastage and can be expensive. Using a whip cream dispenser, on the other hand, is not only easy and fun but it gives you the fluffiest whipped cream topping in a jiffy.
Here is a simple method on How to Use a Whip Cream Dispenser
You will need
- 1 or ½ pint whip cream dispenser
- 1 gas cartridge according to the volume of the dispenser.
- Whipping cream
- Sugar and other flavorings or colorings as required
- Clean, and dry the all dispenser parts like bottle, the screw on head piece, the gas cartridge node and the piping tip.
- To use a whip cream dispenser, you need to use a whipped cream with 28% of fat. Regular whipping cream or heavy cream can be used for the purpose.
- Unscrew the head of the dispenser and pour the cream into the jar. Do not fill the jar till the brim. Pour the same quantity of cream according to the size of the dispenser. Add sugar or other flavorings and colorings.
- Replace the head tightly. Attach the piping tip to the handle. Shake the cream with the ingredients.
- Place a new gas cartridge into the cartridge holder that detaches from the top of the dispenser. You can find cartridges at baking stores or from online sites. The chargers are not very expensive.
- Charge the Cream with N2O. To do so, unscrew the charger holder from the dispenser. Put the N2O charger into the charger holder and screw it tightly on the dispenser.
- Next, shake the dispenser to mix the N2O with the cream. When the N2O is released into the dispenser, you will notice that the dispenser becomes cold. Wait for a minute.
- Shake the dispenser straight up and down 4 or 5 times. Tilt the dispenser upside down as close to place where you want to dispense the cream and squeeze the handle.
- Enjoy your dessert or beverage with whip cream.
Using whip cream dispenser is an easy and hassle free way to get the best whipped cream rosettes on top of Sundae Ice-creams, pies, coffee, smoothies or pastries.
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