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This was light and airy, faintly vanilla-sweet. Perfect on a slice of cake. It would be lovely with fresh berries and lemon curd, too! You would never guess that it is almost completely fat-free. It reminded me a lot of meringue. Thanks, MechanicalJen! Made for PAC Spring 2008

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Susiecat too May 01, 2008

Finally got to try this. I made it (doubled) early in the day planning to use it with an angelfood cake. I used only one tbls. of refined sugar and one of Splenda. This is how I deal with all recipes using sugar. I found the taste, by itself, just okay, but I was comparing it to fresh whipped cream. Later in the day, I mixed one cup with fresh grapes and orange sections to use as a filling for the cake. The second cup was re-whipped with some orange and some chocolate extract and used to frost the cake. In combination with the added ingredients, came out with a 5 plus star recipe! I am planning on making it again using fresh lime juice to use on a winter fruit salad.

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Happy Harry #2 January 20, 2009

I was so delighted when this turned out! It's pretty amazing to watch it whip (used my Kitchen Aid). the texture is creamy, airy, and reminds me of meringue, too. I used another tbs. of sugar and more vanilla, since the taste was a bit off (but I'm not complaining!). I topped berry cobbler with this and it went great. Thanks Jen, for posting. Roxygirl Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado July 29, 2008

Fantastic! I beat it my food processor (with that thing with the holes in it) for about 10-15 mins and used splenda instead of sugar...so good!! Made another batch and put it in the freezer, cant wait to see how that turns out! thx Jen

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natsxox January 24, 2008
Whipped Cream Substitute