Simply Pure Maple Whipped Cream

"No "flavoring extract", no spices, just plain pure goodness of maple syrup in whipped cream. Use as you would regular whipped cream"
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Ready In:
1 cup




  • Beat the heavy whipping cream with the maple syrup into stiff peaks form' Serve over ice cream, pies or top mousses and anything else.

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  1. staticat09
    Beautiful! This made the topping of some gingerbread, and that was one yummy dessert. I added a little cinnamon to the cream, but that's just me. I like how the cream is not too sweet, and you get a delicate maple flavor. I might use a darker maple syrup next time, but again, that's just me. Thank you for a delicious recipe, Marra!
  2. Sharon123
    Very easy and so good! This was made to top a pumpkin pie. Thank you!
  3. melsy4473
    I started making a very basic scone recipe which the flavor was in a mayple glaze....well my kiddos polished off the milk this morning so i was hunting down a solution and found this goes very nicely with the scones i added a little coffee and a little less maple syrup and it was awesome!
  4. Aaron J.
    I added pure vanilla, and it turns out heavenly. My mother in law snuck in a couple scoops to snack on because it was so good!
  5. Bubbynlilsmama
    Crowd pleaser atop a slice of homemade pumpkin cheesecake!


  1. melsy4473
    Took some myple syrup out and replaced with a little chilled coffee or espresso

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