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A R Caswell Eula_Mae - May 15, 2013

Whipped "Cream" Topping made with powdered coffee creamer

I seem to recall a recipe that used a powdered coffee creamer and either milk or water to whip into a cold whipped topping.

I recently stooped so low as to buy a boxed Key Lime Pie kit, and it contained a powdered mixture that I added water and milk to and whipped into a cool-whip type topping.

So I was wondering if anyone had ever tried this and had luck with it?


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A R Caswell Eula_Mae
Aug 22, 2013
Thank you so much, Johnny!

I will indeed try this, as I had an attack of chocalitis last night and finished out the very LAST container of Cool Whip in the house with about 3 gallons of chocolate syrup on it. Just awakened from my self-induced coma of euphoria!
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john hendricks johnnypie
Aug 18, 2013
hey, are you still looking to perfect that non-dairy whipped topping try this? first chill your bowl and mixer blades as this recipe is mix cold. take one cup of creamer any kind, one/quarter cup of cold water- with a few drops of vanilla,one tablespoon of lemon juice, and 3 tablespoons of powered sugar mix creamer lemon juice and water blend for two mins. add sugar a little at a time mix for about 3 mins. till soft peaks form chill for 20 mins. yeilds about 1 1/2 cups adjust your recipe for more cooled whip enjoy yours truly johnnypie
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Kathy Griffin bamagirl125
Jun 1, 2013
Well I forgot to post it the other day, I tried the liquid creamer, used 2 parts creamer 1 part milk, sugar to taste ( didn't need much) beat beat beat, added cream of tartar, it finally got frothy but didn't really get thick, so what am I doing wrong, I will get this ladies, lol it is driving me crazy. But it will be next week before I start back because we leave Sunday for the beach :)
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Tammy Cole crazytam
Jun 1, 2013
I have heard of this before also Rhonda...Just not sure the exact recipe on it..I know I use Powdered creamer and water combination in place of milk in some recipes if I run out of milK..Ive done it and it works well;)
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Kathy Griffin bamagirl125
May 23, 2013
Yes Rhonda it is and I used milk not water, I am going to try the liquid tomorrow will let you know