Overview

This is a raw whipped cream recipe that tastes divine. However, it does not behave exactly like whipped cream because it will soften once it's out of the refrigerator. So please treat it more like ice cream (although it is kept in the refrigerator, not freezer), because it will melt.
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  • Prep Time

    5 min
  • Total Time

    8 hours 5 min
  • Suggested Servings

    6 servings
  • Shelf Life

    3 days in fridge
  • Equipment

Ingredients

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Directions

  • 1. Add all ingredients except coconut oil and lecithin to blender. Blend until smooth.
  • 2. Add the coconut oil and the ground lecithin (do not use chunky lecithin, grind it first!). Blend again until well distributed.
  • 3. Pour liqudy raw whipped cream mixture into a bowl (or directly on top of the thing you want to eventually have whipped cream on it, example, brownies). The whipped cream will be quite runny and it needs to be refrigerated for about 8 hours in order to solidify into a more whipped creamy chunkiness.
  • 4. The whipped cream will harden quite a bit if left in a bowl and refrigerated. So when using a bowl of whipped cream it'll come out looking like a scoop of ice cream and it's not very easy to spread.

The Rawtarian's Thoughts

By The Rawtarian

This is a raw whipped cream recipe that tastes divine. However, it does not behave exactly like whipped cream because it will soften once it's out of the refrigerator. So please treat it more like ice cream (although it is kept in the refrigerator, not freezer), because it will melt so do not add it to your raw dessert until it's about to be eaten (similar to how you serve ice cream).

Lecithin is important in this recipe. It will help solidify the recipe. You can use sunflower lecithin or soy lecithin or another vegan type of lecithin. Lecithin can be purchased at health food stores or bulk food retailers (or online, of course). It's usually in granular form. If so, you'll need to grind it up into a powder using a coffee grinder.

Lemon juice is also important. Do not omit. Actually, everything is important in this recipe. Just make it how I say, okay? :)

It tastes delicious. It is to die for when eaten like ice cream on top of berries. :)

How will you enjoy your raw whipped cream?

Nutrition Overview

B+grade
  • This recipe is very low in Carbohydrates, and Sodium.
  • This recipe is low in Calories.
  • This recipe is a noteworthy source of Protein, and Iron.

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You just don't get it; my main problem with dairy, while it is unhealthy, is the cruelty. I don't even really know where to begin so I won't....

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you guys need to quit fooling your selves. if you want raw whipped cream, then whip some raw cream. if your a vegan and think there is something wrong with cream, why try so hard to replicate it?

and dont humor your self, this recipe is for a fake whipped topping, it might be better that what you get at walmart but it is still just a fake whipped topping

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I just whipped up this raw whipped cream recipe and it already tastes great! Can't wait till it sets to try it on some fresh fruit salad :)

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Deborah knight's Review

Raw whipped cream recipe
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This is fantastic!

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Hi Deborah, I am so glad you liked! Curious what you served it with?

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I have Lekithos brand liquid sunflower lecithin. Could this be used in this recipe and if so would you know what amount?

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Sounds good Lisa - 1 tablespoon should do it

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Hi there! Love your website and cant wait to try this cheesecake!! Would you be able to subsitutre agar for the Lecithin?

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Hi Chrissy, I have never used agar myself, but I am generally familiar with it and I think they both serve a similar purpose. However, I am not sure what ratio or amount to use. If you do, please come back and let us know. Thank you!

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Chef Laura,

Do you soak the cashews for your recipes? I didn't see that mentioned on a few of the recipes I am looking at this one in particular and the raw cheesecake base. Thank you!
Anthony

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Hi Anthony, thanks for your question. No, I generally do not soak unless soaking is explicitly stated in the recipe directions

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If I'm allergic to cashews is there a recommended replacement? I can eat peanuts and almonds.

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Hi Catie! In this recipe, the only substitute that I would recommend is macadamia nuts instead of cashews

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you guys need to quit fooling your selves. if you want raw whipped cream, then whip some raw cream. if your a vegan and think there is something wrong with cream, why try so hard to replicate it?

and dont humor your self, this recipe is for a fake whipped topping, it might be better that what you get at walmart but it is still just a fake whipped topping

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FarmerKenny1 if you aren't interested in vegan raw foods, why are you here? I think you need to be kinder to yourself. You are interested which is great. Maybe you can just try a couple of simple raw recipes, like the Chocolate pudding, or even a raw dip spread onto some fresh bread. It's delicious.

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Great suggestions for FarmerKenny1 Rosita :)

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Raw vegans don't want REAL cream because REAL cream is unhealthy.

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I don't see anything fake about this recipe. Fresh, unprocessed ingredients? Check. Processed, hormone-laden pus from an abused cow's teat? Sounds pretty fake on the scale of food realness to me.

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