Alas, Forager Project Dairy Free Whipped Cream was a short-lived product. One year after its release, and it’s already off the market. But you can find more options in our Dairy-Free Whipped Cream Guide.
Each holiday season, we’re blessed with some new non-dairy goodies. This year, Forager Project Dairy Free Whipped Cream is one of those special treats. It’s a tub-style alternative, ready to dollop on desserts. And unlike most competitors, this vegan whipped topping is certified organic.
Forager Project Tops Dessert with New Dairy Free Whipped Cream
Forager promises a light, fluffy, sweet whipped cream experience, perfect or topping pies, fresh fruit, or even hot chocolate. But share what you think once you buy and try it! Leave your unbiased rating and review below.
Ingredients: filtered water, coconut oil*, cane sugar*, sunflower oil*, fava bean protein flour*, guar gum*, natural flavors*, cultured dextrose*, sunflower lecithin*, vanilla extract*, locust bean gum*, tartaric acid. *organic. allergens: coconut
Nutrition (per 2 tablespoons): 110 calories, 11g fat, 3g carbs, 0g fiber, 3g sugars (includes 3g added sugars), 0g protein.*
More Facts on Forager Project Dairy Free Whipped Cream
- Price: $4.99 per 11-ounce tub
- Availability: Forager Project Dairy Free Whipped Cream is sold at Whole Foods, in select U.S. regions. It will be rolling out to other natural food stores.
- Certifications: Forager Project Dairy Free Whipped Cream is Certified Organic, Certified Vegan, and Certified Kosher Pareve.
- Dietary Notes: By ingredients, Forager Project Dairy Free Whipped Cream is dairy-free / non-dairy, egg-free, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, peanut-free, soy-free, vegan, and vegetarian.*
- For More Product Information: Visit the Forager Project website at www.foragerproject.com.
*Always read the ingredient and nutrition statement prior to consumption. Ingredients, processes, and labeling are subject to change at any time for any company or product. Contact the company to discuss their manufacturing processes if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you. All food products are at some degree of risk for allergen cross-contamination. Only you can assess what is safe for your needs.
My expectations weren’t high, so I was quite surprised to find that this stuff has that cool tang of whipped cream. I love it with fruit — it’s delicious!
Tasted pretty nasty to me. It has a strange flavor. The consistency is fine.
I added this to the top of a dairy free and gluten free coconut cream pie and it was delicious!! The consistency is about the same as homemade whipped cream using coconut cream, but better. And the slightly sweet flavor is perfect. I only didn’t give 5 stars because I wish that it had more of a dairy whipped cream consistency. Would definitely buy again.
This is the most decadent plant based whipped cream out there! I put it on frozen raspberries and it tastes like something from a 5 star restaurant! I could imagine it in crepes or cannolis too. Sold out a lot at Whole Foods though. I buy extra when I can find it and freeze a couple.
Really wanted to like it!
I really wanted to like this product but it doesn’t taste like whipped cream. It doesn’t have a whipped consistency and has an odd mouth feel. I love that it’s organic but I can’t find a good use for it.
I have been lactose intolerant for over a decade and have tried many dairy-free whipped creams, ice creams, cream cheeses, sour creams and yogurts. This ranks up there as one of the worst. While the texture is decently creamy, it has a gritty finish. The flavor can only be described as “off”. It doesn’t taste like cream and it’s not even particularly sweet. It mostly tastes like chemically treated coconut oil which is very unpleasant, even for this coconut lover. It did improve somewhat when I added an equal measure of maple syrup to my spoonful of whipped “cream”, but only by a little bit. The spray whipped creams made with almond milk or coconut milk are a million times better– stick with those. I’m not one to bash products because it’s not easy to make tasty dairy-free items. But the Forager dairy-free whipped cream can be summed up in a word: foul.
Tart and Oily
Not good on its own at all – has a sour taste to it. The consistency is between that of cream cheese and coconut oil. It’s tolerable in coffee, (although it does not give you the “cream” effect, it more just sort of melts into your beverage). Better options would be Silk Almond whip from the can or So Delicious coconut whip if you’re looking for tub-style.
Dense and rich
Odd stuff. Wasn’t sure what to do with it. I agree with previous reviewer. Maybe for fruit?
good but not like whip cream
This was really good but it actually was more like the filling you would find in a cannoli. I enjoyed it on pumpkin pie but if what you really want is whip cream this would not be the product for you.
More like frozen mousse.
I really enjoyed this as it’s on unique dessert, but it’s really not light and fluffy like whipped cream. It’s thick, dense, and very rich, more like frozen vanilla mousse. I love the fact that it’s only lightly sweetened, and has a very clean flavor (not coconut taste whatsoever). It’s also much more stable than whipped cream, so it won’t melt right away. It’s best enjoyed with fruit, as a focal point, rather than a finishing touch on something else already pretty heavy.