Growing up, I thought that the whipped cream we bought in disposable cans at the grocery store was great. That is, I loved it until my grandmother picked up some real cream and took her mixer to it. Fresh whipped cream tastes incredible, especially in comparison to the store-bought stuff. The Mini Cream Whipper makes getting it easier than standing at the counter with a mixer and a bowl of cream indefinitely, though. When filled with cream and fitted with an N20 charger, the canister instantly produces whipped cream. It's the method that many restaurants rely on to provide great desserts and drinks.
The Mini Cream Whipper will make approximately 1.25 quarts of whipped cream and you can leave the leftovers--if there are any--in the dispenser for up to 10 days, as long as you keep it in the refrigerator. The canister is made from dishwasher-safe stainless steel. The Mini Cream Whipper comes with a set of recipes, but you can add any sweeteners and flavorings you like. Need to keep the sugar down? Substitute a different sweetener. Want vanilla whipped cream? Add some vanilla. The possibilities are endless. The Mini Cream Whipper is priced at $55.