Can I Freeze Canned Whipped Cream?

Can I freeze cans of whipped cream? I bought some at Sam's club and the package contained 3 cans; I only needed one. What can I do with the rest of the whipped cream?

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By Rose Smith from Malvern, PA

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October 13, 20100 found this helpful

I don't recommend freezing aerosol cans, or any can for that matter. The contents expand when frozen and the can may burst. Use the whipped cream or give it away.

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October 13, 20100 found this helpful

I agree with OliveOyl, the cans may explode in the freezer. If you can't use them by expiration date, give them away.

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October 14, 20100 found this helpful

Thanks Ladies.

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October 15, 20100 found this helpful

You can place a piece of wax paper on a cookie sheet; then put dollops of the whipped cream from the can on the paper and place in freezer. Once frozen, the mounds of whipped cream can be placed in a zip-lock freezer bag for future use.

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October 15, 20100 found this helpful

I've found that the shelf life is extended quite a bit on canned whip cream. The idea of small dollops on waxed paper and freezing sounds like an idea worth trying.

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One of the grand daughters would be ecstatic to know she could indulge frequently. ha ha.

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October 18, 20100 found this helpful

I have a can of real whipped cream in the fridge and mine does not have an expiration date. Just a best used by which is not the same thing as a expiration date. Mine says 7/21/10. Yeah I know that is old but I just tried it and it was perfectly fine in every way. So yes it does have a long shelf life.

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October 24, 20100 found this helpful

Never put aerosol cans in the freezer.

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December 11, 20150 found this helpful

I just found that my husband put the 3 cans I bought in the freezer downstairs instead of the fridge part. I put them down in the fridge but wonder if I should just throw them out. I haven't heard any explosions yet and I haven't looked!!

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