Saturday, November 19, 2016

Sugar Free Whipped Aquafaba






     The Aquafaba Gods were smiling upon me today when I experimented with a few tweaks to the standard Aquafaba Whipped Cream recipe.  I hate making such a big batch with the standard recipe because I can never use it all before it deflates after about 6 hours, AND I wanted to try a sugar free variety making it even healthier...and it turned out sooooo sweet and DELICIOUS.  You will simply die when I tell you this entire voluminous batch is only 18 calories, 2.4g carbs and 1.2g protein....hardly even worth counting!  HA  So, if you want to try a smaller batch with less left overs, I suggest giving this a whirl.  Since you only use half the brine from one can, use the other half to make my Vegan Brownies!  You know what they say, less is more!  :)

Ingredients~
6 Tablespoons Aquafaba (1/2 the drained juice from a can of Chickpea's)
1/3 cup Swerve Confectioners Erythritol
1 teaspoon Vanilla
1/2 teaspoon Cream of Tartar

     Add all the ingredients to the small bowl of your Kitchen Aid, stir to incorporate and then set bowl into place, start to whip  on medium high with the whisk attachment and set the timer for 10 minutes.  Viola  :)

4 comments:

  1. I wonder how it is with Stevia.. Sugar alcohols really do a number on me.

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  2. It would probably work great! I sure think it would be worth an experiment! However, erythritol is not a sugar alcohol so you would be safe with that matter.

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  3. I tried it with Splenda and did not work out for me. Will try with erythritol.

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