0.5 L whipped cream dispenser – Red
If you intend to make a bit more whipped cream than usual – then the 1/2 litre sized whipped cream dispenser could be ideal for you. Despite its larger size it still uses the standard sized (8gm) cream chargers. Once inside the dispenser the cream will have an improved shelf-life so you can keep the ½ litre whipper charged up and in the fridge.
To use simple pour your cream into the dispenser and then screw on the head - (If you have added any additional flavourings give it a shake at this point) - and then screw in a N2O cream charger using the charger holder. This will puncture the disposable charger allowing the gas to enter the cream. When you use the trigger on the dispenser the cream will be allowed to exit the nozzle expanding as it does so. Making whipped cream does not get any simple than that!
Cream chargers are sold separately.
IMPORTANT: Only suitable for 8gm Cream Chargers.
Red cream whipper
Strong, resistant silicone seals
Immediate dispatch (24hr del.)
Suitable for all standard (8gm, push fit) chargers
Includes additional dispensing nozzle
Completely air-tight when charged
Replacement spares sold online
This is product is designed for heavy domestic or light catering use; for professional and heavy-duty catering we ahve a “Professional Stainless Steel” cream whipper available.
All of our whipped cream dispensers are suitable for use with the cream chargers we sell – if you have purchased your chargers and are unsure if they are the push-fit type, check that there are no threads on them – if you are unsure then contact us.
OVER 18's ONLY - This product is not for sale to under 18's. MISUSE - We will refuse to sell to you if we suspect you intend to misuse our products.
Peach and Apple Soufflés
Although soufflés can be made sweet or savoury, the selection of sweet options is certainly something not to miss. These light and fluffy desserts can be made in no time at all and you can always have a variety of fruits available to be able to try out different versions and find the recipes that are appealing and enjoyed the most.
The exciting thing about this dessert is that they are complemented with a good portion of whipped cream to suitably produce a satisfactory result. So plug your cream chargers in to your whipped cream dispenser in preparation to decorate and add the finishing touch prior to serving.
Individual soufflés are ideal and easy to serve and this is why sometimes it is preferable to prepare these rather than one large soufflé. This recipe will serve four people and you will need the following items:
1 teaspoon lemon juice
4 teaspoons water
4 teaspoons caster sugar
½ teaspoon vanilla extract
4 egg whites
1 tablespoon icing sugar
Lightly grease four soufflé dishes in preparation.
Firstly, put the prepared fruit and lemon juice together in to a covered saucepan, and cook over a medium heat for about 10 minutes or until the fruit is soft.
Then put fruit in to a blender and process until quite smooth. Return the fruit to the saucepan and stir in about 1 ½ teaspoons of sugar cooking gently. Mix in vanilla and put to one side to cool.
Beat the egg whites until a soft consistency and the shape produces little peaks. Add the remainder of the sugar until quite stiff.
Fold the egg white mixture in to the fruit puree. Spoon the mixture into four soufflé dishes and put on a baking tray. Bake for 12 – 15 minutes at a temperature of 180 degrees C / 350 degrees F / Gas mark 4.
Remove from oven and dust with sifted icing sugar prior to serving. Add the whipped cream to suit taste preference. If you are feeling a bit experimental then mix the tiniest bit of ginger with the cream before pouring it into the dispenser – give it a good shake and then use the cream chargers as per usual to fluff it all up. Other tasty fruit alternatives such as apricot with a little ginger provide an interesting fiery flavour. Blackcurrants, pears as well as lemon all make exciting versions of this easy recipe.