Homemade Sugar Free Whipped Cream (Keto Approved)

Sugar-free whipped cream is incredibly versatile for all keto cooks! Whether you are topping dessert, drinks, or just looking for something “sweet,” this homemade whipped cream will have you skipping out on the store-bought version every time!

Looking for that prefect dessert? I recommend topping off Keto Nutella Crepes with a dollop of whipped cream!

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Sugar Free Whipped Cream

whipped cream at home

Long before my days of health focused eating and following a ketogenic diet, I loved to make homemade whipped cream because it is super easy, fun to make, and always kid approved!

I mean honestly, who doesn’t love a little whipped cream surprise on top of dessert? I know I do!

In my family, we have an old family banana pudding recipe, topped with whipped cream, of course, that is absolutely to die for. It was that recipe that taught be how easy it was to whip up a batch of homemade whipped cream.

As you know, long gone are the days of sugared desserts in this house, but thanks to some experimenting and keto-ing, the dessert is still a family favorite: Keto Banana Pudding … and this whipped cream is the perfect topping for it!

Keto Whipped Cream Ingredients

Brace yourself, I’m coming at you with a long list of … ONLY 2 ingredients!

Heavy Cream: For this recipe, I used 1 cup of heavy cream. However, you can use your preferred brand of choice.

Sweetener: To make this whipped cream keto-approved, instead of sugar, we will be using 1 squirt vanilla cream stevia.

Sugar Free Whipped Cream Recipe

With a short list of ingredients, we have an almost equally short recipe to whip it all together!

Add Ingredients to a bowl. Add your 1 cup of heavy cream and 1 squirt of stevia into a medium-sized mixing bowl

Beat. Beat together with an electric hand-mixer until soft peaks form (2-3 minutes).

Transfer to a serving bowl. That’s it! Now what your whipped cream is done, transfer it to a serving bowl, drop a spoonful on top of your favorite dessert, or store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 3-4 days.

Pro-Tip: It is possible to whip your whipped cream for TOO LONG! If you do you will end up with butter so be careful when blending.

how to make whipped cream

What to Serve with Sugar Free Whipped Cream

This keto sugar free whipped cream is fluffy perfection! One of my favorite no-effort ways of using whipped cream is on top of a little bowl of berries or grilled peaches and pears. However, if you are looking to go the extra mile, below are some of my favorite ways to serve up whipped cream:

Hot cocoa with Whipped Cream

Questions you may have:

Is whipped cream keto?

Yes! Whipped cream can be keto-friendly if you take out sugar and substitute it with natural sweeteners. Most whipped creams call for sugar to give it that fan-favorite taste. So, if you aren’t following this recipe and are looking to buy store-bought, make sure to check the ingredients!

What are “soft peaks”?

When whipping, you will see soft or stiff peaks referenced in recipes a lot. Soft peaks mean when you lift the beaters up from the whipped cream, a peak forms. In this recipe, we want soft peaks which means the peak forms, but it is soft and barely holds this shape. You don’t want it too soft though because then you will just have melty cream.

Can you make whipped cream in advance?

Yes, but not too far in advance! There is nothing better than fresh whipped cream served on top of a warm dessert!

How long with homemade whipped cream last?

Homemade whipped cream will keep in the fridge for 2-3 days, do not exceed 4 days. After the 3-4 day mark, you will find that your whipped cream starts to revert back to a liquid form.

Sugar Free Whipped Cream recipe card

Sugar Free Whipped Cream

Yield: 8
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Whipped cream has never tasted so good. This Keto whipped cream is sugar free, versatile, and a must-have recipe for anyone ketogenic!



  1. Add the heavy cream and stevia into a medium-sized mixing bowl
  2. Beat together with an electric hand mixer until soft peaks form
  3. Transfer whipped cream to a serving bowl, drop a spoonful on top of your favorite dessert, or store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for 3-4 days.


It is possible to whip this TOO LONG and end up with butter,

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 101Total Fat: 11gSaturated Fat: 7gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 34mgSodium: 8mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 1gProtein: 1g

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