Topping base powder

Topping base powder for making whipped topping, cake fillings, mousses,desserts and frozen desserts. Easy to whip and store outside the refrigerator. Topping base powder is giving a fast and high overrun combined with an excellent smooth mouth feel, creamy taste and foam stability. Topping base powder is based on vegetable oil, proteins and specific composition of vegetable emulsifiers. The whipping time is less than 3 minutes. Product is stable at room temperature.

Whipped cream is cream that is whipped by a whisk or mixer until it is light and fluffy. Whipped cream is often sweetened and sometimes flavoured with vanilla. Whipped cream is often called Chantilly cream or crème Chantilly

topping base powder


  • whipped cream substitutes
  • cold desserts
  • ice-cream
  • puddings
  • creams
  • mousses
  • shakes
  • dressings


59,85% topping base

40% icing sugar

0,15% vanilla flavour

200gr powder to 300ml cold water

Mixing 30 sec with max. rotation

Product is packed into 20kg export bags.
Specifications and prices are available upon request




Nutritional data in 100 g of product (calculated)
Fat (g) 52 of which saturated fatty acid (g) 54 Carbohydrates (g) 42.5 of which sugars (g) 6.9 Fibre (g) 0.0 Protein (g) 3.5 Sodium (g) 0.05

Whipped cream is a delicious and versatile dessert topping that is loved by many. However, for those who are looking for a healthier and plant-based alternative, there are plenty of options to choose from. In fact, there are several vegetables that can serve as a great substitute for whipped cream, providing a guilt-free and tasty alternative

Whipped cream has long been a staple in the dessert world, adding a creamy and indulgent touch to everything from cakes and pies to hot chocolate and ice cream. However, with rising concerns over health and dietary restrictions, many people are looking for alternative options to use in place of traditional whipped cream. This is where vegetable substitutes come into play.

While it may seem unusual to think of vegetables as a replacement for a sweet and creamy topping, there are actually several options that can give you the same satisfaction without the added calories and fat. So let’s take a closer look at some of these vegetable substitutes for whipped cream.

One of the most popular substitutes is Viceroy’s Topping. To use it as a whipped cream substitute, simply refrigerate a can for a few hours or overnight. Then scoop out the thick cream that has risen to the top and whip it with a hand mixer until it reaches a fluffy consistency. This dairy-free option is not only delicious but also vegan-friendly.