CONQUERING CRAVINGS: SOYATOO RICE WHIP
Ah, yes. Whipped cream. It’s a universally loved dessert topping. On pie, on top of a sundae, cobbler, a shake…the list is endless, as are the possibilities. Classy, understated, and very much a necessity for any sweet-toothed dork. Unless that dork happens to be lactarded.
Enter my- and many a-vegan’s dilemma as well. What are we to do without our beloved whipped cream? Well, there’s always soy whip, but if you’re a soytard, then…forget it. We’re left with naked cakes, bare fruit salad. A sad existence.
Luckily, the company behind everyone’s favorite soy whip has a dork-friendly alternative. This rice whip tastes like the real thing with a genuinely thick, creamy texture. Rice tends to have a thin texture, so I was surprised when a fluffy stream of sweetness came out of the can. Soyatoo has really mastered their whipped products, and this rice whip is no exception.
So, for all your whipped cream needs, reach for this hypoallergenic alternative. Seriously. You can’t tell the difference. At all. And it’s only ten calories per serving. Vegan, lactarded, milk allergy, watching your calories? Just a general dessert monkey? Welp, now you know: Soyatoo’s rice whip rules.
- This product is hypoallergenic, gluten-free and vegan.
- That means no soy, no peanuts or tree nuts, no seeds, no seafood, no wheat and of course, no eggs or milk.
- You can find it at most health food markets, like Whole Foods. It’s around $3 a can.