- Types of Cream
- About Real Cream
- How to Store Cream
- Cream Tips & Tricks
- Cream Glossary
Rich, Thick or Double Cream: A thick, whole cream of 48% M.F. or more and has a spoonable consistency. It is occasionally available in Canada at specialty food stores.
Regular or Pure Cream: Cream with about 40% M.F. that doesn’t contain any thickening agents. Canadian 33 or 35% Whipping cream can generally be substituted.
Thickened Cream: Equivalent to Canadian 35% Whipping cream. May also be called Pouring or Single cream.
Thickened Cream - reduced fat: Equivalent to Canadian 18% Table or Coffee cream. May also be called Lite cream.