Coconut Whipped Cream

Times like this I regret my lack of interest for trying out anything in the kitchen and my cursed love of food and recipes all the same. So, I am wondering if, someone, I don’t know who, would add some whipped whole eggs (maybe separated firsta nd whipped separately in parts), whipped with enough heavy cream and whole grain cane sugar to make it all nicely whipped up together (and then set that aside) and took some baking or refined cake flour and more baking sugar and a little baking powder and some more baking extract (like almond or more vanilla or even fruit like lemon or lime or orange or even more coconut or a combination of those) and a tiny, little bit of light brown sugar and a little more cinnamon (possily, maybe some sweet currants and sweet clove and nutmeg, not much or really, not any at all, just a side thought — but fruit currants) and also some whole eggs, just a few and a little bit of whipped butter, however much that is, but also whipped and beat all that together and then added the whipping eggs one part at a time to the flour fruit extract mixture and baked it, if that would not also make a nice center layering so that someone else could look for a good frosting for it, like maybe, butter pecan — or is that too much? Then jamoca frosting. But this looked like an excellent topping alternative so I did want a chance to reblog it, despite my delusions of cake filling.

Nutty Kitchen

We love our whipped cream in coffee, on berries for dessert, really on any of our primal desserts.  But it’s nice to have an alternative to dairy and for our Paleo friends.

Henry thought it would be good to have some cold coconut milk and stuck a can into the fridge for a couple of hours. When he opened it he noticed that it had gotten very thick on top, so he scooped it out and noticed that it had separated from the coconut water. So he added a little cinnamon and a little organic vanilla extract to the thick coconut and whipped it up. To our happy surprise it got thick and creamy immediately, and Oh Wow!!! sooooo good.

So since then we’ve been enjoying our morning cup of coffee with a spoon full.

So here are a couple of pictures for you – try it, it is so…

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