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Buttercream on charger whippers?

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 
Hi, I've recently bought iSi's Dessert Whipper and I do have this question that apparently no one has been able to answer yet, hopefully someone at ChefTalk will !

Can I make buttercream using my charger whipper? If the answer is yes, can I just use a regular buttercream recipe or are there any special tips I should know?!

I look forward to hearing from anyone who might be able to help me out here !

Regards to everyone and hope you all have a lovely week, afterall it's already Sunday afternoon ! :cry: ! LOL! :lol:
post #2 of 8
:smiles: arinha,
I have used an whip cream maker for a number of years and know it is strictly for whipping cream. You can make your cream different flavors like chocolate but that is it.
One other thing is to get the correct chargers, the ones for cream not for soda lol, they taste nasty.
post #3 of 8
I've been using a Nitrous charger for mousse and whipped cream, but I use the CO2 chargers to charge up a Kool-aid mixture to make it like regular soda pop. Works great!

doc
post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 
thanks everyone for your prompt replies but still my question is answered, lol!

thanks anyway :D
post #5 of 8
Actually, I think your question was answered. The answer is "No, you can't use a whipping charger for buttercream".

doc
post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 
ok doc, answered it is.

thank you!
post #7 of 8
deltadoc, how do you use the nitrus chargers for koolaid? My whip cream maker is small, just for 2 cups of cream, please let me know. I would think that would work for juice also.
post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 
i think he uses the CO2 charger, not NO2 !!
correct me if im wrong doc!

tks
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