Whipped Cream Cheese Nutrition Facts



Calories, fat, protein, and carbohydrate values for Whipped Cream Cheese.

Calories

There are 70 calories in Whipped Cream Cheese.

70

Nutrition Facts
Whipped Cream Cheese
Serving Size:

2

tbsp (20 grams)

Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat 62
Calories 70

% Daily Value*

Total Fat 6.9 grams

Saturated Fat 4 grams

Polyunsaturated Fat 0.3 grams
Monounsaturated Fat 1.8 grams

Cholesterol 20 milligrams

Sodium 63 milligrams

Potassium 26 milligrams

Total Carbohydrates 1.1 grams

Dietary Fiber 0 grams

Sugars 0.8 grams
Protein 1.2 grams
4.4%

Vitamin A

0%

Vitamin C

1.5%

Calcium

0.1%

Iron

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

Category
Food / Beverages > Dairy & Egg Products > Creams & Creamers

How long would it take to burn off 70 KCal?
Walking (3mph) 19 minutes
Running (6mph) 7 minutes
Bicycling (10mph) 10 minutes
Values estimated based on person weighing 140 lbs.

What is the difference between whipped cream cheese and regular cream cheese?

Challenge Whipped Cream Cheese offers the same great flavor as our regular cream cheese but with half the saturated fat. The whipping process incorporates air which gives our whipped spread that light, airy texture and makes it easier to spread.

What is Whip cream cheese?

All you need for whipped cream cheese are two ingredients: cream cheese and milk! Just a bit of milk helps to loosen the texture to get it to whip up. The texture of the homemade version is slightly different from purchased whipped cream cheese: store-bought is a bit more airy, especially after refrigeration.

Can I substitute block cream cheese for whipped cream cheese?

Instead of buying the whipped cream cheese at the store, buy a regular block of cream cheese and whip it yourself! Either way you are buying an 8 oz package, but if you buy the block and whip it yourself (with an electric mixer) you will have more spread and pay a cheaper price.

What can I substitute for whipped cream cheese?

11 Fantastic Substitutes for Cream Cheese

  • Cottage cheese. Cottage cheese and cream cheese have several similarities, but cottage cheese is slightly lower in fat and has a chunkier texture ( 1 , 2 ). …
  • Greek yogurt. …
  • Ricotta. …
  • Mascarpone. …
  • Hummus. …
  • Kefir with chia seeds. …
  • Neufch√Ętel. …
  • Silken tofu.

Is whipped cream cheese the same as Soften cream cheese?

While whipped cream cheese might seem like a natural substitute for softened cream cheese since it’s spreadable, I don’t recommend it as a substitute in most recipes.

Why is there no whipped cream cheese?



Cream cheese has become the latest casualty of pandemic-related supply snags, with food manufacturers to bagel shops reporting shortages of the ingredient. From bagels to cheesecakes, the uses for cream cheese spread wide, and since it’s a perishable product, buyers can’t stock up.

Is whipped cream cheese healthier than regular cream cheese?

Cream cheese is high in fat and contains a small amount of carbs and protein. It’s a good source of vitamin A and contributes some riboflavin (vitamin B2). Whipped cream cheese contains less fat and fewer calories per serving ( 6 ). Cream cheese is high in fat and a good source of vitamin A and riboflavin.

How much whipped cream cheese equals a block of cream cheese?

One cup of cream cheese is equivalent to one 8-ounce block of cream cheese.

Can I make whipped cream cheese from block?

Place the cream cheese blocks in the stand of your stand mixer. Using the wire whisk attachment, beat on the highest speed possible for a total of about 5 minutes.



Is whipped cream cheese better?

Cream cheese is high in fat and contains a small amount of carbs and protein. It’s a good source of vitamin A and contributes some riboflavin (vitamin B2). Whipped cream cheese contains less fat and fewer calories per serving ( 6 ). Cream cheese is high in fat and a good source of vitamin A and riboflavin.

Can you use whipped cream cheese to make Buffalo chicken dip?

Ingredients for Buffalo Chicken Dip

Chicken: Shredded rotisserie chicken or any type of pre-cooked chicken works well for this. Cream Cheese: My favorite is whipped cream cheese because it’s light and fluffy and already soft so it is easy for mixing or spreading onto bagels. That is why I chose to use this in my dip.

How do you eat whipped cream cheese?

Spread It on a Cracker with Jam or JellySave

This is a classic snack option, and gives you lots of room to experiment. Try it on buttery Ritz crackers with our Red Pepper Jam recipe, or with sweet blackberry preserves on peppery Triscuits.