Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and you (or your parents) have prepared a whole menu of delicious vegan foods. (Ahem—if not, we’ve got you covered.) But what are you going to do about all those desserts that need a finishing touch? Fear not! There are lots of vegan whipped cream products for you to slather on all your pies and dollop onto your bowls of ice cream! Here’s the rundown:

Reddi-wip

Reddi-wip just launched two vegan versions of its iconic whipped cream. Conscious consumers can now find both the almond milk–based and coconut milk–based varieties in Publix stores across the U.S.

Trader Joe’s

We already loved TJ’s for its variety of vegan products—and now that it has its own dairy-free, coconut-based whipped cream, we’re even more obsessed. It’s the perfect addition to a cup of vegan hot cocoa.

Soyatoo!

Soyatoo! offers a delicious coconut-based whipped cream, but if you’re not a fan of coconut, the brand also sells soy- and rice-based varieties. You can order the Soy Whip from VeganEssentials.com.

365 Everyday Value

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Whole Foods’ Everyday Value brand is here to help you through the holidays with its addition to the coconut–whipped cream game.

So Delicious

Are you on vegan Boston cream pie duty this holiday season? If so, you’re about to make the whole dinner party’s night. Use So Delicious’ CocoWhip for the dessert’s creamy topping. We won’t tell anyone if you lick the container clean. 😉

Nature’s Charm

Nature’s Charm Coconut Whipping Cream is the perfect addition to any dessert. All you need to do is chill it, whip it up, and dollop it onto your goodies.

Not a fan of ready-made whipped cream? Make your own! Here are two super-easy recipes to whip up your own dairy-free cream.

3-Ingredient Whipped Cream

Vegan St. Patricks Day Mint Shake with Coconut Whipped Cream and Cherry

1 can full-fat coconut milk, chilled overnight

1/3 cup powdered sugar

1 tsp. vanilla extract

  • Gently open the can of coconut milk to prevent the cream at the top from separating.
  • Scoop out the thickened coconut milk and place in a large chilled bowl.
  • Add the sugar and vanilla and whip with a hand mixer until fluffy. Enjoy!

Aquafaba Whipped Cream

Liquid from 2 cans garbanzo beans (aka “aquafaba”)

½ tsp. cream of tartar

2 tsp. vanilla extract

1 cup white sugar

  • Combine all the ingredients in a large bowl.
  • Whip with a hand mixer for 12 to 15 minutes, or until stiff peaks form. Enjoy!

Why Vegan Whipped Cream?

Animals suffer greatly when they’re used for dairy. Give cows—and all animals—something to be thankful for this holiday season by choosing to eat vegan!