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Aquafaba Whipped Cream

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Aquafaba Whipped Cream

Aquafaba Whipped Cream


This is a super simple, dairy-free alternative to whipped cream. There is a bit of a bean taste to this, but the honey, sugar, and vanilla masks it well, and while it’s not cream, it does make a nice topping for desserts.

The recipe also calls for powdered sugar, but you can use honey exclusively in this. The honey and sugar is also to-taste, so you might add a little at a time, and taste periodically.

Yield: 3½ to 4 cups.

Ingredients

  • Chickpea liquid (liquid from 1 can = ¾ – 1 cup )

  • 2 tablespoons Powdered sugar

  • 2 tablespoons Honey

  • 1½ teaspoons Vanilla extract

Directions

Starty by straining the liquid from a can of chickpeas (aka garbanzo beans) into a bowl, and reserve the chickpeas for another dish.

Next, whip the liquid with a whisk until it turns white, and stiffens a bit. At this point, add vanilla extract, and gradually add powdered sugar – followed by honey – while whisking.

Whisk until the consistency is to your liking, then serve it as soon as possible.

Try this over these strawberries with balsamic vinegar.

Strawberries with Balsamic Vinegar
Dish and Photo by Adrian Rodriguez
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