• Amy Lippert, NTP

The Best Paleo Coconut Whipped Cream

Updated: May 24

This luscious, creamy, slightly sweet, and oh so silky coconut whipped cream is what you have been dreaming of. By optimizing the method, the result is the most decadent jar of dairy free whipped cream you have ever had, and it's absolutely perfect for your summer berries, cheesecakes, ice cream, or hot cocoa! And do you want in on a little secret of mine? I use this as a whole food creamer for my coffee and matcha lattes, I shake it into a cold brew or use my little frother when I am enjoying a hot beverage, I promise you will never go back to dairy after this life changing hack!



Creamy Coconut Whipped Cream

You are only 1-step away from the creamiest and fluffiest Paleo coconut whipped cream ever! I was tired of making can after can of whole food coconut whipped cream, only to have these tiny bits of solid cream running throughout my jar. Although it tasted good, I was looking for that rich and mouthwatering texture of a smooth, airy and creamy whipped cream. Gone are the days of gritty whipped cream, I will forever only use this method, and I am so glad you are here so you can too!



 

Why Coconut is So Good for You!


Coconuts are part of the Arecaceae family of plants which is primarily palms including trees and shrubs and originated in the Indo-Malaya area [1]. Coconut is considered to be a fruit and is full of good fats, fiber, and lots of minerals!


By choosing to make your coconut whipped cream with full-fat coconut cream and maple syrup, you are eliminating a very inflammatory ingredient: refined sugar. Refined sugar has been directly linked to chronic inflammation which can lead to other chronic symptoms such as weight gain, fatigue, mood disorders, and pain. [2].


Refined sugars are so inflammatory because they have been highly processed and stripped of any naturally existing minerals typically found in the plant. For example, in a teaspoon of white sugar, you will find that there is absolutely nothing in it except empty carbohydrates. [3]. Now take the pure maple syrup, what I used in this recipe, you will find trace minerals like potassium, calcium, sodium and iron. This is food in its whole form, the way it is meant to be eaten. [4]


Minerals

  • Copper: Essential mineral in the formation of red blood cells and in supporting cardiovascular health and immune function [5].

  • Iron: Iron is an essential mineral that your body needs and in plants we have non-heme iron. To increase absorption, consume with foods that contain vitamin C.

  • Manganese: Essential mineral that plays a role in blood sugar regulation, brain and nerve function and metabolic pathways [6].

  • Magnesium: The fourth most abundant mineral in the body, it support healthy nerve functions, healthy blood pressure, and detoxification.

  • Phosphorous: Supports healthy teeth and bones, muscle recovery after working out, and detoxification.

  • Potassium: Potassium is the third most abundant mineral in your body and functions like an electrolyte (positively charged) once consumed. Electrolytes are important in their role in hydration, blood pressure, heart health, healthy nerve conduction and muscle contractions.

  • Selenium: Essential in thyroid health, detoxification and helps to make DNA [7] and pasture raised pork has higher levels than conventional.

MCT's: Medium Chain Triglycerides


A majority of the fat found in coconuts is medium-chain triglycerides or MCT's which is readily absorbed and utilized for energy by the body. Some health benefits of MCT's:

  • May support healthy weight by promoting the release of peptide YY and leptin, hormones the body produces that promotes fullness.

  • May support the body's sensitivity to insulin [8].

  • Coconut oil contains caprylic acid which is a known anti-fungal. Caprylic acid is known to support your gut health by keeping your microbiome balanced, as well as supporting your anti-inflammatory pathways. [9]

  • MCT oil can help to lower LDL (bad) cholesterol and increase HDL (good) cholesterol.

Fiber


Coconuts are loaded with insoluble fiber that helps to support a healthy GI tract. Insoluble fiber promotes optimized movement and elimination of waste products and acts like a sponge by absorbing toxins and eliminating them from the body.


So grab some coconut cream and let's get cooking!


1 Step Coconut Whipped Cream Recipe

Paleo Coconut Whipped Cream Ingredients

Makes approximately 14 ounces


1 can Full- Fat Coconut Cream

1-2 Tbsp Pure Maple Syrup or Pure Honey

Pinch of Fine Sea Salt or Pink Salt (opt)


How to Make Paleo Coconut Whipped Cream


1. Add the can of coconut cream to your high speed blender with any whole food sweetener and a pinch of fine sea salt.


2. Blend on High for 60-seconds until well combined.


3. Pour into a 16-ounce mason jar or glass container with a lid.


4. Refrigerate overnight.


Enjoy!


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FAQs


Q: Do I have to wait overnight for the coconut whipped cream to set?

A: Yes, this recipe performs the best when you allow sufficient time for the whipped cream to fully set.


Q: What if I want a thicker coconut whipped cream?

A: Try adding only 1/2 the amount of coconut water from the can as this will thicken the whipped cream.


Q: How do I fix my coconut whipped cream if it's too runny?

A: You can try and add a little bit of arrowroot starch or tapioca starch to thicken it. Try adding only 1/2-1 teaspoon at a time and blend for a good minute to incorporate it in. You may will not see the full impact of the starch until the whipped cream has set.


If you like this recipe, check these out!


Paleo Blackberry Mousse: Sweet blackberries, tangy lime, and creamy luscious coconut cream in a decadent, refreshing, and perfect summer bite! This dairy free and Paleo/AIP friendly mousse is so easy and delicious, you will be making it weekly!


Paleo Chocolate Cheesecake: Decadent, rich, silky melt in your mouth dark chocolate, a salted buttery cookie crust, and creamy fluffy coconut whipped cream...do I have your attention?


Paleo Sugar Cookies with Fluffy Buttercream: Soft, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth sugar cookies topped with a light and fluffy buttercream in perfect harmony for the best Paleo iced cookie ever!


I hope you enjoy this as much as my family does. - Amy


 

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