Coconut Whipped Cream

pic244I love whipped cream on delicious shortcake, nondairy ice cream, fruit and especially on cupcakes! It always makes desserts extra special.

One of my favorite treats is smooth and creamy coconut whipped cream. It is also nondairy! This is wonderful because I don’t like all of the health problems that dairy products cause, however I still like to enjoy a tasty dessert.

Dairy can cause many health issues including nasal congestion, digestive upset, fatigue, and many other uncomfortable symptoms. To help remedy this, I’ve created several delicious nondairy whipped cream recipes that are as good (and maybe even better!) than the dairy version.

I’m thrilled to share with you my homemade nondairy coconut whipped cream recipe!

You’ll find my coconut whipped cream recipe along with many other incredible scrumptious recipes (including more nondairy whipped creams) including layer cakes, coffee cake, cheesecake, pound cakes and more in my new book Dr. Susan’s Incredible Cakes. Love, Dr. Susan

Coconut Whipped Cream

Makes 8 servings

2 cans coconut milk, chilled overnight

1/2 cup powdered sugar

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

2 tablespoons honey

Place the coconut milk in the refrigerator overnight. The cream will have risen to the top and hardened. Scoop out the coconut cream from the can and place into a bowl.

Whip the coconut cream on high speed for about 15-20 seconds, or until smooth. Add the powdered sugar, vanilla extract and honey and mix for about 20 seconds more or until soft peaks form. If you want it thicker, add more powdered sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time. However, if you add too much it will become like frosting in texture.

Chill in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours before serving. It may separate after sitting in the refrigerator; so give it a quick whip again before serving.

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Best selling author and national speaker Dr. Susan has sold over 2 million books on health & wellness. She has appeared on numerous national and regional radio and television shows and has been featured in hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles. She has Served on the clinical faculty of Stanford University School of Medicine and taught in their Division of Family and Community Medicine. Dr. Richards became an ordained Christian minister in 2009 and, within a year, she began doing hospital ministry in the ICU's, critical care and rehabilitation units in the San Francisco area community three times a week. Her ministry is based on the supernatural healing power of God and Jesus Christ and she has seen many miraculous healings of seriously ill patients. The ministry receives over 20,000 prayer requests for healing each week which are answered by their faithful and devoted prayer team. She is currently developing the first Medical and Health Ministry Training Program of Supernatural Healing in the United States. Her medical ministry is at