What whip cream is healthiest? Truwhip, a more nutritious whipped topping, has several main standouts, like the fact that it’s not a fake syrupy oil at heart. It has no hydrogenated oils or high fructose corn syrup and its gluten-free, non-GMO and kosher.
Can whipped cream be healthy? Is it healthy? Heavy whipping cream is high in calories but also rich in healthy fat and several vitamins and minerals. It’s generally used in small amounts, such as in coffee or recipes that need a bit of creaminess, so it’s unlikely to add significant calories to your diet.
Which is healthier whipped cream or Cool Whip? Our conclusion? If you’re not a calorie-counter and aren’t concerned by the amount of fat you consume, it is better to opt for the natural stuff: whipping cream. It tastes better and has more natural ingredients than products like Cool Whip® (plus, you can exercise your arm by whipping it up by hand!).
What is a healthy Cool Whip substitute? Another good substitute, if you’re looking avoid dairy (Cool Whip hasn’t been dairy free since 2018 via The Daily Meal) is coconut cream. All you have to do is chill a 15-ounce can of coconut milk and then scoop out the coconut cream that has solidified on top (via The Kitchn).