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Dairy Free Whipped Cream

Deliciously decadent, this Dairy Free Whipped Cream is reminiscent of ice cream when it begins to melt. Dairy Free Whipped Cream opens up a whole new world to those of us who can’t have traditional whipped cream! 

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This is definitely a treat, not something we indulge in all the time but around the holidays we whip up batches to serve with my Dairy Free Hot Chocolate, or add a dollop to the top of my Grain Free Scones, and my children are delighted when I let them top their pancakes with it! Sometimes simple is best though, my favorite was to eat this yummy cream is over fresh berries or over a bowl of fresh granola. 

I start off by putting the coconut cream in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours. Once the coconut cream is ready I mix in the powder sugar and pure vanilla extract (but these are what I like, and totally optional) in a bowl and mix them all together with my hand mixer. If you do not own a hand mixer you may use a stand mixer or a whisk. 

After everything is all mixed up, you are ready to enjoy your dairy free whipped cream. I know this is one that the entire family will enjoy and you won’t feel all the guilt from enjoying one of your favorite treats!

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Dairy Free Whipped Cream

Print Recipe


  • 1 13.5 ounce Can Coconut Cream refrigerated overnight
  • 1/4 cup Powdered Sugar optional
  • 1 teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract optional


  • Chill can of coconut cream in the refrigerator for at least 12 hours.
  • Add powdered sugar, vanilla, and chilled coconut cream to a bowl.
  • Using the whisk attachment on your hand or stand mixer beat until mixture forms


1. Coconut Whipped Cream is not as airy as traditional. This will be a thicker whip.
2. Whipped cream keeps well in the refrigerator for 1 week.
3. Do not leave at room temperature for long or it will begin to melt.
4. Refrigerating whisk attachment and bowl before beating may yield better results.
Author: Brittany Williams


  1. Are you supposed to use only the cream part and drain off the liquid? Just made this and it’s pretty thin even after using chilled bowl and whisk attachment

  2. Hi! I noticed it says optional next to the powdered sugar and vanilla extract. Could this be made without both of those ingredients? I imagine it wouldn’t be very sweet though.

  3. I’ve tried to make this a few times it always comes out pretty watery. I’m using only the cream of coconut cream. And everything is cold. what am I doing wrong? Could you make a video of you making this one day? I think that would be great

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