Can You Whip Cream in a Nutribullet? – (Here’s How!)

Hey, what’s up, everybody? Today, we’re diving into an experiment that’s never been tested in the Nutribullet—at least not to my knowledge. Have you ever wondered if you can make whipped cream using a Nutribullet?

All the traditional methods involve a bit of finesse—whipping at varying velocities for a precise duration. But the Nutribullet, with its one-speed, instant high-velocity blending, throws a curveball into the mix. Today, we’re going to find out if it’s possible.

Whip Cream in a Nutribullet


  • The Nutribullet can whip up homemade cream in about 10 seconds, offering a faster alternative to traditional methods.
  • The Nutribullet’s high-velocity blending eliminates the need for adjusting speeds, simplifying the process for a hassle-free experience.
  • Ensure your heavy whipping cream is chilled for optimal results, achieving the desired whipped consistency effortlessly.
  • Pay attention to changes in sound while blending; a distinct noise indicates a shift in thickness, signaling the whipped cream is ready.

How to Make Nutribullet Whipped Cream

Pour 1 cup chilled heavy whipping cream and 1/4 cup powdered sugar into the Nutribullet, blend until thick, listen for texture cues, and enjoy homemade whipped cream in seconds—quick, easy, and delicious!

Can You Whip Cream in a Nutribullet? – (Here’s How!)

Yes, you can whip cream in a Nutribullet by blending chilled heavy whipping cream and powdered sugar for about 10 seconds until it reaches a thick and creamy consistency.

Nutribullet Whipped Cream Recipe

Nutribullet Whipped Cream Recipe

Prep Time: 2 minutes
Total Time: 2 minutes

I've got a cup of chilled heavy whipping cream and some powdered sugar, and we're about to embark on a creamy adventure.


  • 1 cup of chilled heavy whipping cream
  • 1/4 cup of powdered sugar


Preparation: Make sure your heavy whipping cream is chilled, straight from the refrigerator. This will help achieve the desired whipped consistency.

Gather Ingredients: Measure out 1 cup of heavy whipping cream and 1/4 cup of powdered sugar. Pro tip: You can make powdered sugar at home using regular granulated sugar.

Into the Nutribullet: Pour the heavy whipping cream and add the powdered sugar into the Nutribullet cup. Brace yourself; things are about to get exciting!

Blend Away: Secure the Nutribullet lid and blend away! The Nutribullet's high-velocity blending means you don't have to worry about adjusting speeds. It's a one-speed wonder.

Listen for Clues: As you blend, listen for changes in sound. A change in noise indicates a shift in consistency. Be cautious not to over-blend; we want whipped cream, not butter!

Taste Test

Yes! That’s not noise; it’s a good sign! The thickness indicates success. However, be mindful not to overdo it, as the Nutribullet can run out of stuff to blend. And thats’ it! You’ve got homemade whipped cream.


Well, that was a wild ride! In about 10 seconds, we went from heavy whipping cream and powdered sugar to delightful, homemade whipped cream. It may be quick, but the results are deliciously dangerous. Remember, Nutribullet whipped cream is a treat—so enjoy it in moderation.

So, the next time you’re craving whipped cream and don’t want to go through the traditional whipping process, grab your Nutribullet, some organic heavy whipping cream, and powdered sugar. It’s a quick and easy way to satisfy your sweet tooth. 

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