Rice milk whipped cream (RPAH elim friendly)

I was trying to find a way to have whipped cream to make trifle but I could only use rice milk because of my sensitivity to soy and salicylates. I found a recipe on wakingupvegan.com. However, I think due to lack of proteins and fat it never made a stiff whipped cream that dairy cream or coconut cream could made. The consistency of this “cream” was more like double cream, very pourable. It still sort of worked and for the purposes of the trifle, it sufficed. So here is the recipe!

Rice milk whipped cream

Gluten free, soy free, egg free, dairy free, nut free, vegan, failsafe

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup of rice milk
  • 1/2 cup of canola oil
  • 1 tablespoon of maple syrup
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon of xantham gum

Method:

  1. For this I think a stick mixer is probably the best way to do this as it is a similar principle as the mayonnaise. Find a container that is thin and the stick mixer can fit at the bottom an extra centimeter or two to move around.
  2. Place all ingredients in the container and use the stick mixer to whiz it up. Make sure to move the stick mixer around to make sure you get a complete emulsion of the oil and the water based ingredients.
  3. Keep whipping till the required consistency, which was around double cream for me. If it gets hot place it in a larger bowl of ice or ice water as heat will split your cream.
  4. Once done chill it in the fridge till you are ready.
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2 thoughts on “Rice milk whipped cream (RPAH elim friendly)

  1. Sometimes people need to see past their dietary requirements. What is the point in being vegan just to eat some artificially genetically modified product?? How is that better (for us or the planet)? Canola Oil is about as GMO and artificial as you can get. Do you think Canola is a thing? No. It’s genetically modified rapeseed oil. The companies that produce such GMO food are not helping the environment (therefore animals). You’d be better off with regular cream.

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    • I think you are totally missing the point. Myself and many others have food intolerances which is the purpose of this blog to share ideas. If you physically get sick from eating certain foods then you HAVE to alter your diet. There is no other way and we shouldn’t have to suffer. If I could eat cream then I would, I wouldn’t be going to such trouble to make a substitute.

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