Freezing Cream

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Dottie May

Freezing Cream

Hi Lindsey. Yesterday I had neighbours over for Tea and I made Scones, served with Raspberry Jam and Cream. The only cream I had was Edenvale Double which whipped fine. Have quite a quantity left, can this be frozen?

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Lindsey, Food Editor

freezing cream

Hello Dotty May,

I have found that double cream in its liquid from does not freeze well however I have frozen sweetened whipped cream successfully.

Best wishes

Lindsey

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Dottie May

Freezing Cream

Many thanks Lindsey - I will give it a go.

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Queen of Puds

Freezing Cream

... and if you pipe the cream into rosettes onto parchment & open freeze, you can then store them in a box in the freezer all ready to decorate trifles etc!

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Dottie May

Freezing Cream

Queen of Puds - many thanks for your useful suggestion. I had already frozen the cream but will bear your suggestion in mind for the future.

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sam from worthing

freezing cream


i have tried to freeze cream in several forms.

I have frozen whipped cream.

and double cream unwhipped.

and single cream.

and sourcream.

single cream does NOT work frozen.

freezing double cream in either whipped or left as it came out of the carton has worked for me, but the unwhipped i have added to a gravy or soup (from froze ice cube trays), and equally from whipped too.

I have used real proper pukka cream and the so called fake elmlea cream for this purpose.

i do freeze in ice cube trays or dollop on baking parchment (whipped) then open freeze - and have added to mashed potato, or for scones.

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Dottie May

Freezing Cream

Many thanks Sam from Worthing for your useful comments.

 
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