5 Reviews

DON`T taste this till you top your dessert! I just wanted to eat it all my itself! Light, airy and refreshing!

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Rita~ February 27, 2003

I used this recipe to fill small cream puff cases as a change from plain sweetened whipped cream. I sliced the puffs in half, spread cream on bottom half, topped with slices of strawberries, replaced top half then dusted tops with icing sugar/powdered sugar. They were yummy. :) Thanks for a 'keeper'.

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Jen T November 11, 2006

This went fabulous with Norwegian Rhubarb Pudding Norwegian Rhubarb Pudding. Not too sweet so it goes well with this tarter dessert! I left out the lemon rind so I could pipe it easier. Thanks

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) September 14, 2005

Simple yet quite effective! Good flavour and tops cakes perfectly - not overpowering or too sweet like others!!

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duke1981 August 28, 2004

This is like heaven on a spoon! I served this on Lemon Sour Cream Pound Cake with berries. While the homemade pound cake with the berries was luscious, I later had a small serving of the Lemon Whipped Cream all by itself! DANGEROUSLY DELICIOUS!!!

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wildhorse July 27, 2004
Lemon Whipped Cream