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    I know you can store Cool Whip in the freezer for an extended time. Can you do that for this as well, or does it need to be used immediately?

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    You can freeze it, but it changes the texture and it needs to be thawed in the fridge, without disturbing, much like the original store bought product. You cannot nuke it or leave it out on the counter.

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    For my dad's birthday, he always wanted a cherry chip cake with homemade whipped cream for the icing. The homemade stuff is SOOO much better than store-bought, that is 100% for sure!

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    My husband loves cool whip I am so going to try this

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    sound so good and easy got to try it

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    I have one even easier than this. Ice cold whipping cream and powdered sugar to taste. That's it. Chill bowl, pour in the cream and a little powdered sugar and mix with a electric mixer and whisk by hand. Light, fluffy and delish!

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    Default Re: MYO Cool Whip

    Quote Originally Posted by jessies View Post
    I have one even easier than this. Ice cold whipping cream and powdered sugar to taste. That's it. Chill bowl, pour in the cream and a little powdered sugar and mix with a electric mixer and whisk by hand. Light, fluffy and delish!
    What I meant was, mix with an electric mixer, OR, by hand with a wisk.

 

 
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