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Heavy cream and whipping cream are not the exactly the same; learn the difference here.


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Double cream is the British term for heavy or whipping cream in the United States, but it is a little thicker than our whipping cream.


Double cream has a high fat content which makes it very good for whipping. However it is difficult to find outside the UK and it is possible in most cases to use whipping cream (in the US heavy cream) as an alternative. You always use the same amount of cream if substituting whipping cream.


Heavy cream and heavy whipped cream are different names for essentially the same thing: cream that is 36% or more milk fat, and which doubles in volume when whipped. Light whipped cream is between 30 and 36% milk fat.


If you’re following a recipe that calls for whipped cream, but not heavy whipped cream, milk and butter can be an effective double cream substitute.


Light Cream. 20% fat (range 18-30%). Pretty much the same as half and half.


Heavy and Whipping Cream Are the Same Thing . . .


Heavy cream, also called heavy whipping cream, is whipping cream with a milk fat content of between 36 and 40 percent. Whipping cream will double in volume when whipped. Heavy cream is not the same as the British double cream.