Kahlua Whipped Cream

"I was making flower7's #130571 and had some extra Kahlua left over, so I decided to make some home made whipped cream with it to top my peanut butter pie. It's really fluffy and has only a taste of coffee liquor. It's a refreshing treat for a summertime dessert. (I eyeball my amounts, so exact measurements may be a lil more/less depending on taste."
 
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Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
3
Yields:
1 1/2 cup
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • In a chilled bowl, add all of the ingredients.
  • Beat ingredients with a hand mixer on "high" for about 1 minute (until cream gets stiff and fluffy).
  • Serve immediately or store up to one week in the refrigerator.

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Reviews

  1. Emma R.
    You should use powdered sugar, and do layers of toppings(chocolate, gramcracker, marshmallows makes smore) then add layer of whipped, repeat a few times and freeze. Its an amazing ice cream treat. Or take the filling out of Oreos and mix with the whip and fill the Oreos and freeze solid serve straight out of freezer. Delish!!!!
     
  2. Kathy
    Excellent! Made using confectioner's sugar since I wasn't sure if it was granulated or powdered sugar in the ingredient list. Served this on top of Iron Bloomers' Coffee Jello (recipe #81870). Perfection!
     
  3. SandyCooks
    Oh so yummy!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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My two favorite things to do are cooking and writing. I know that this combination may look a little strange when compared side-by-side, but I decided to take a chance and major in Food Service Management with a minor in Creative Writing. I hope to one day become a food-editor for a magazine or website. My long term goal, however, is to travel the world and write a book on the historical background of cultural foods. (Who doesn't like to make learning fun?) I was born and raised in one of the most multicultural centers of the country (NYC), so naturally I have been exposed to all sorts of cultural foods. And coming from an Irish-Italian / Chinese family, I have been around dozens of strange dishes from the very start. To me, food is not just something to nourish your body and keep you alive; it is a way of life.
 
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