Right now, it is more important than ever to protect our immunity; this means choosing foods that support our immune system, like fresh whole foods, and omitting foods that suppress our immune system like dairy, eggs, and processed foods, including processed sugars. 

Supporting our health doesn’t mean we always have to skip dessert; it means we have to make good choices when it comes to dessert! Sweets that contain ingredients like sea moss are an excellent option, depending on the rest of the ingredients in the recipe, like my Raw Vegan Apple Pie and Raw Vegan Pecan Pie

But what is Apple Pie (and other desserts) without whipped cream? Luckily, coconut whipped cream could not be easier or more delicious to make. 

I have two great options depending on what kind of equipment you have at home. My favorite way is using a whipped cream dispenser. This inexpensive kitchen tool is so worth it, in my opinion, because I love the light, fluffy, traditional whipped cream texture it creates. 

Otherwise, all you need is a glass or metal bowl and a standup or hand blender. 

Ingredients with a dispenser

  1. One batch of coconut cream.
  2. 1 tbsp vanilla
  3. 2 pinches of monk fruit powder or 1 tsp of your sweetener of choice

If you are in a rush and don’t have a coconut cream prepared. You can use a can of full-fat coconut milk or coconut cream and add 2 tbsp of coconut oil. This is adds enough fat to give the consistency you need without separating the liquid from the coconut fat. 

Directions with a dispenser

  1. Add all of the ingredients to the whipped cream dispenser.
  2. Shake very well.
  3. Set up your dispenser as directed on the package.
  4. Add your whipped coconut topping to your desserts. 

Without a dispenser


  1. 1 batch coconut cream
  2. 1 tbsp vanilla
  3. 2 pinches of monk fruit powder or 1 tsp of your sweetener of choice


  1. Freeze a metal or glass bowl for 20 mins.
  2. Add all of your ingredients to the bowl. 
  3. Using your hand or stand up blender on a low-speed, whip up your cream. Roughly 2-4 minutes.

This second way is also delicious, just a bit thicker than using a dispenser. If you are a big whipped cream household, I highly recommend getting yourself a dispenser. 

Whatever you end up putting this whipped deliciousness on, don’t forget to chew each bite at least 30 times!

Give both versions a try and let me know what you think in the Comments below!

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