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Is crème à fouettée vegan?

Crème à fouettée is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crème à fouettée?

Crème à fouettée, also known as whipped cream or chantilly cream, is a versatile and indulgent dairy ingredient commonly used in desserts, pastries, and beverages. This smooth, light cream is made by whipping heavy cream with sugar until it forms soft peaks. It has a delicate flavor that complements the sweetness of cakes, fruit, and hot chocolate. Crème à fouettée can be served on its own, as a topping for pies and tarts, or sandwiched between layers of sponge cake. It adds a luxurious touch to any dish and is a must-have ingredient for anyone with a sweet tooth.

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