Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill?

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garym
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Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Fri, 10/7/05 7:22 PM
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Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill?
Mix the powder with milk in a blender, pour in bowls and refrigerate for an hour or two and you had a mousse-like dessert (before mousse was in every restaurant)

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RE: Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Fri, 10/7/05 7:27 PM

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RE: Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Wed, 10/12/05 5:35 PM
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Dad: "Too expensive for what it is."
Mom: "Tastes like soap."

We boys liked it.

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RE: Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Tue, 10/18/05 10:17 AM
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defintiley remember it! Was a great dessert! Man--does this site really bring back all the memories of my youth! LOL!

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RE: Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Tue, 10/18/05 11:44 AM
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My sister gave Whip n' Chill to my Mom as one of her Christmas gifts last year (bought from Vermont Country Store) and she hasn't made any yet. I remember eating it and liking it okay as a kid, but I preferred the texture and chocolatey-ness of cooked chocolate pudding more. I guess I'll have to bug my Mom to make the Wn'C before this Christamas rolls around, or my sister'll be upset.

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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Wed, 06/27/12 11:59 AM
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Do I remember Whip and Chill!  My mother was famous for a cake she made with Strawberry Whip and Chill and Dream Whip (another powdered mix -- "just like whipped cream").  She layered white cake with Strawberry Whip and Chill, Dream Whip and fresh strawberries until it was a mile high -- looked beautiful and tasted great!

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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Wed, 06/27/12 12:18 PM
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I remember this!  The strawberry was our favorite.  My mom used to put a spoonful of strawberry jam in the bottom of each cup.  Probably full of chemicals and who-knows-what, but it tasted great.
 

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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Wed, 06/27/12 1:18 PM
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I AVIDLY collect vintage cookbooks, and I was pleasantly surprised to find a Whip 'n Chill recipe booklet at our local library's book sale a few months back.  Prior to I had never heard of it.  Must have been popular though, at least that's the indication from the cookbook.  Best $0.10 I spent that day!

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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Wed, 06/27/12 4:50 PM
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Of course I do!!!!!!!!!!

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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Wed, 06/27/12 5:01 PM
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Sure do...Mom loved to make it!!

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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Wed, 06/27/12 5:54 PM
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Whip n'Chill was delish, I liked the chocolate and raspberry best. Spray whipped cream was always swell on top. Does anyone remember a chocolate syrup aerosol can that was brown, had a rounded cap, and as I recall looked like a soldier? There was also another aerosol can that sprayed either vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry foamy stuff into milk, I think it may have been called Jack Frost or something like that.  

ann peeples
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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Wed, 06/27/12 6:06 PM
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Funny, Ed-this was way ahead of their time, meaning chocolate and rasperry. Everyone is all over this  in today's market....

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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Wed, 06/27/12 6:47 PM
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Dr. Oekter makes a variety of mousse mixes that are very good. Especially for a very light dessert. I never had whip n chill but is sounds similar...

http://www.oetker.us/en/p..ct/dessert-mixes/mousse
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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Fri, 08/3/12 5:07 PM
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My grandmother used to make a dessert for her card party:  layers of one flavor of whip and chill, and butterscotch pudding, topped with dream whip in a fancy parfait glass.  At the time, probably considered very elegant.  I do remember liking the butterscotch pudding a lot.
 
 

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Re:Anyone Remember Whip n' Chill? - Fri, 08/17/12 11:55 AM
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Oh yes, we used to buy this.Had it many times as a kid. Momma also bought Dream Whip, and an icebox cake dessert from Pillsbury or Betty Crocker.This had graham cracker crumbs, and a mix.She would make it and place it in the freezer.It came in Lemon and Chocolate,and maybe vanilla.In any case I liked it.That was back in the 1960s.