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Old August 14th, 2011, 12:20 PM posted to alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Where to find sugar-free whipped cream?


I read somewhere that just freezing sugar-free whipped cream -- the
kind that comes in an aerosol can -- makes decent ice cream.

Do you think I can find it anywhere? NO!!!!! Fat-free, lightly
sweetened... but no sugar-free! Anyone know a brand that makes it?


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Old August 14th, 2011, 02:10 PM posted to alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Where to find sugar-free whipped cream?

On Aug 14, 7:20*am, Patricia Martin Steward
wrote:
I read somewhere that just freezing sugar-free whipped cream -- the
kind that comes in an aerosol can -- makes decent ice cream.

Do you think I can find it anywhere? *NO!!!!! *Fat-free, lightly
sweetened... but no sugar-free! *Anyone know a brand that makes it?

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We are becoming a country that believes the rich have earned their money but the well educated have not
earned their intellectual superiority. *This leads to a nation that idolizes Kardashians. *
Joel Stein, TIME, 8/23/10


I've never seen it here in the NYC area and wonder why some
company doesn't offer it. For ice cream, I've always used the
Breyers LC product. You can also make it yourself. I use a
mix of polydextrose, xylitol, eriithyrol to replace the sugar.
If you're interesed I can get the amounts for you.

For just a quick topping of whipped cream, I think a few
tablespoons of the regular canned product only has
maybe 6 carbs or so, which could be OK depending
on your particular reqts
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Old August 14th, 2011, 05:31 PM posted to alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Where to find sugar-free whipped cream?

On 14/08/11 9:20 PM, Patricia Martin Steward wrote:

I read somewhere that just freezing sugar-free whipped cream -- the
kind that comes in an aerosol can -- makes decent ice cream.

Do you think I can find it anywhere? NO!!!!! Fat-free, lightly
sweetened... but no sugar-free! Anyone know a brand that makes it?


I make a sort of ice cream using fruit flavoured yoghurt and Splenda. You
have to partially freeze it then whip it again if you want a smooth result
without ice crystals. You can use one of the ice cream machines if you have
one - it makes it much easier.


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Old August 14th, 2011, 06:49 PM posted to alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Where to find sugar-free whipped cream?

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Patricia Martin Steward wrote:

I read somewhere that just freezing sugar-free whipped cream -- the
kind that comes in an aerosol can -- makes decent ice cream.

Do you think I can find it anywhere? NO!!!!! Fat-free, lightly
sweetened... but no sugar-free! Anyone know a brand that makes it?


You could just get a "stick blender", some vanilla, a little stevia, and
a carton of whipping cream. Blend, put in freezer. When it starts to
freeze, re-blend, and repeat freeze, and re-blend once, or several times
more.
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Old August 15th, 2011, 04:44 PM posted to alt.support.diet.low-carb
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Default Where to find sugar-free whipped cream?

Patricia Martin Steward wrote:

I read somewhere that just freezing sugar-free whipped cream -- the
kind that comes in an aerosol can -- makes decent ice cream.

Do you think I can find it anywhere? NO!!!!! Fat-free, lightly
sweetened... but no sugar-free! Anyone know a brand that makes it?


I occasionally see Redi-Whip canned with no added sugar. The cans are
color coded and the no added sugar one has a different color on the
label. I don't recall the last time I saw one in a store. Within the
last year.
 




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