The 8 Best Whipped Cream Dispensers in 2021

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Best Whipped Cream Dispensers

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Once upon a time, whipped cream required a sturdy arm and a lot of stirring. It’s little wonder grocery store options (and even the stuff in a tub), took off. But if you’re limiting yourself to cans from the store, you’re missing out. Homemade whipped cream is not only way tastier, but it’s also more versatile. You can cut down on sugar, for example, or add extracts for flavor. While you can whip cream by hand or with an electric mixer, by far the quickest way to whip cream at home is with a dispenser.

Many dispensers go way beyond just whipped cream: Depending on the model, you can also put other liquids in the canister to make foams, whipped icing, mousse, and more. For fans of fine dining, a single canister can open up a world of foods once only available at five-star restaurants. But even if you just want to make your ice cream sundaes a little more special, a whipped cream dispenser is worth adding to your kitchen tools. 

A good whipped cream dispenser comes down to the whipped cream it produces so we sent the top-rated options to our experienced at-home testers, who evaluated each on quality, performance (including the taste and texture of the final product), ease of use, ease of cleaning, and extra features.

Here, the best whipped cream dispensers to choose from, according to hours of testing.

Our Top Picks
When we tested this canister with plain and flavored whipped cream, the results came out fluffy and the process was quick.
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After filling, emptying, washing, and reloading the whipper countless times, we found it works well for home use.
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Our tester had success with whipped cream as well as hot concoctions like hollandaise sauce and soups.
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It takes less storage space than larger models, but it still produces plenty.
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Bring your whipped cream flourishes to a new level with this commercial-grade whipper that includes seven different tip styles.
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Our tester noticed that the ICO dispenser easily produced silky smooth and stable whipped cream.
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In addition to three decorating tips, it comes with a charger holder, cleaning brush, and bonus stainless steel coffee spoon.
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The handles are made from comfortable silicone and they're easy to grip.
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Best Overall: iSi Cream Profi Whip

iSi Cream Profi Whip
What We Like
  • Pint-size container fits the fridge

  • Durable stainless steel body

  • Easy to operate

What We Don't Like
  • No cover for the nitrous port

  • Only two decorator nozzles

  • Manual is printed in red ink

If you’re looking for a professional-quality cream whipper that will last for years, look no further. The head and body of this dispenser are made from top-notch stainless steel. There's a removable piston and a silicone seal with a quick-release tab, so you can clean every little space quickly and easily. Since stainless steel won’t stain, retain odors, or react with acidic foods, you can leave your lemon mousse mixture chilling in the container in the fridge with no worries about oxidation or off-flavors.

When we tested this canister with plain and flavored whipped cream, the results came out fluffy and the process was quick. If you are looking for a denser whipped cream, our tester found you could simply do some additional shaking. Our tester particularly liked the professional quality of the design and build and found it worthy of its price tag.

This includes a decorator tip with stainless steel threads for secure attachment and a cleaning brush. It is entirely dishwasher safe, but it is also easy to rinse clean and wash in warm soapy water. For professional use, it is NSF certified.

What Our Testers Say

"The whipped cream this produced was light and fluffy and so much easier than hand whipping." Donna Currie, Product Tester

Best Budget: EurKitchen Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser

EurKitchen Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser
What We Like
  • Includes three decorator tips and a mesh storage bag

  • Lower price than similar models

  • Comes with an extra gasket

What We Don't Like
  • Made from aluminum rather than stainless steel

  • Threads on decorator tips are plastic

  • Must be washed by hand

This good-looking black whipper does the job at an affordable price. It has an aluminum head and body with reinforced threads that make it more durable than similar low-cost options with plastic heads. Since aluminum is lighter than stainless steel, it’s easier to use for longer periods, and the lacquered finish will stay attractive over time.

After filling, emptying, washing, and reloading the whipper countless times over the course of several weeks, our tester declared this model "more than adequate for home use." The possibilities for cold concoctions are endless, although our tester wasn't able to make butter, as the manual suggested—only very dense whipped cream.

Included are three decorating tips and a brush for cleaning them. The container rinses clean easily and should only be hand washed.

What Our Testers Say

"Plain whipped cream emerged slightly sweet and worked well with our sweeter foods, while flavored and sweetened whipped creams were just plain fun to experiment with." - Donna Currie, Product Tester

Best Multipurpose: iSi Gourmet Whip Culinary and Cream Whipper

iSi Gourmet Whip Culinary and Cream Whipper
What We Like
  • Can be used for hot or cold foods

  • Silicone grip makes it easy to hold

  • Decorative tips included

What We Don't Like
  • Measurement is on the outside of the bottle only

  • Instruction booklet uses red ink

  • Infusion kit not included

Most cream whippers are designed for cold use for making whipped cream, mousses, or chilled frothy sauces. This whipper takes it a step further, since you can also use it for making warm froths and whips. Even if that’s something you don’t think you’ll need, it also ensures that the whipper is made to high-quality standards. When you decide to make a warm foam to top your coffee, you’ll be ready.

This has a stainless steel bottle and head that are designed for professional use and are dishwasher safe. The stainless steel is stain-resistant and nonreactive, so you can load it with acidic liquids and store it in the refrigerator with no worries about oxidation or off-flavors.

Our at-home tests included trying out everything from plain whipped cream to liquor-infused concoctions to a hollandaise sauce and hot soup, and the results did not disappoint. Don't let the pint-size bottle fool you, either: Our tester found that the cream expands to make around four times that volume in foam. Plus, the texture of the final product is light and fluffy but will hold its shape well enough to top desserts and beverages.

This includes three different stainless steel tips—a star tip, straight tip, and tulip tip—and a cleaning brush. The 1-pint whipper is the perfect size for most home uses, but this design is also available in half-pint and quart sizes for smaller or larger batches.

What Our Testers Say

"It was super light and fluffy, yet it still held its shape on our many desserts and drinks. I don’t think I could easily achieve a whipped cream that light by hand whisking and probably not with a mixer, either." - Donna Currie, Product Tester

Best Mini: ZOEMO Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser, 250 ml

ZOEMO 250ml All Aluminum Whipped Cream Dispenser
What We Like
  • Convenient small size

  • Lower price

  • Lighter than stainless steel models

What We Don't Like
  • Hand washing recommended

  • Less effective whipping denser ingredients

This cute little 1/2-pint whipper takes less storage space than larger models, but it still produces plenty of whipped cream for family desserts. If you’re serving more people, just refill, recharge, and keep dispensing. It's made from aluminum and includes three different plastic decorating tips to make your desserts look pretty. Since aluminum is lightweight and this is just a 1/2-pint dispenser, it’s easier to hold than heavier whippers.

In tests, plain whipped cream came out feather-light and extra aerated. However, the ZOEMO dispenser struggled to whip denser chocolate whipped cream. Since no more than one nitrous oxide charger should be used with this canister size, our tester found it's best to stick with regular creams flavored with extracts and smooth juices.

Our tester also gave a batch of homemade nitro cold brew a try, since this dispenser is the perfect size for one cup of cold brew. After shaking the canister vigorously for almost a minute, the dispenser produced a delicately bubbly and satisfying home nitro cold brew.

During the testing process, our reviewer found that the dispenser was easy to take apart and clean by hand. This should be hand washed with warm soapy water.

What Our Testers Say

"It's less cumbersome to work with and the aluminum body is a little lighter than the stainless steel companions. Eight ounces of heavy cream still made enough whipped cream for about eight ice cream sundaes or hot chocolates."Jenny Kellerhals, Product Tester

Best for Decorating: Otis Classic Whipped Cream Dispenser

Otis Classic Whipped Cream Dispenser
What We Like
  • Seven different tips and injector options

  • Heavy-duty stainless steel construction

  • All attachments are metal

  • Whips heavier creams

What We Don't Like
  • Lots of small parts

  • Only canister body is dishwasher safe

Bring your whipped cream flourishes to a new level with this commercial-grade whipper that includes seven different tip styles. This is made from food-grade stainless steel that won’t stain or react with acidic foods, so your lime mousse can be refrigerated in the whipper without worries about oxidation or off-flavors. While testing, we also noticed that this dispenser was able to whip regular whipped cream as well as a denser chocolate whipped cream with ease.

This includes six interchangeable colored silicone bands for a secure grip. If you’ve got more than one whipper, you can use the bands to color-code the containers, so you know which one has the chocolate mousse, which has the lemon mousse, and which has the sweetened whipped cream.

The tips include three decorating nozzles for making fancy whipped cream designs and four injector nozzles—which our tester noted were all made of metal and much sturdier than the plastic nozzles included in other sets. The injector nozzles are especially handy for filling cannolis, eclairs, doughnuts, or cupcakes with whipped cream or mousse. A cleaning brush for the nozzles is also included.

When our tester finished using the Otis dispenser, the entire thing was easy to disassemble for washing. The stainless steel body canister may be washed in the dishwasher, but all other parts should be hand washed.

What Our Testers Say

"Overall, this whipped cream dispenser functioned exactly the way I wanted it to, and the additional features really put it a few notches above the competition. The variety of tips and nozzles are great for someone who really wants to get creative in the kitchen, and it’s a huge plus that they’re all made of metal instead of plastic."Jenny Kellerhals, Product Tester

Best Easy to Use: Impeccable Culinary Objects (ICO) Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser

Impeccable Culinary Objects (ICO) Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser
What We Like
  • Affordable

  • 2-year warranty

  • Plastic nozzle tips are textured

What We Don't Like
  • Charger handle is difficult to attach

Quick and easy to use, this whipped cream dispenser can turn 1 pint of liquid cream into more than 2 quarts of fresh whipped cream in just 30 seconds, according to ICO. In our home tests, we were able to turn 12 ounces of heavy cream into double or almost triple that amount of whipped cream. You can then store it in your fridge for up to 14 days. The dispenser is made with top-quality, TUV-certified aluminum, which means it's both lightweight and durable. Plus, it's backed by a two-year warranty for added insurance that it's built to last.

It comes with three decorator nozzles and can be used for sauces, soups, infused liquors, and more. Our tester noticed that the ICO dispenser easily produced silky smooth and stable whipped cream, which made it even more fun to play with the different nozzle styles. The nozzles were easy to change while the canister was in use because the decorative tips are textured for an easy grip while screwing into place and removing.

The charger handle is made of a more substantial plastic than some of the competitors, but our tester found it was also more difficult to attach and remove from the dispenser. It's compatible with any N20 cartridge, giving you lots of flexibility. The ICO Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser comes at a bargain price, too. The included small brush makes cleaning the nozzle tips easy if any ingredients want to stick, and a long handle dish brush makes cleaning the inside of the canister easy work as well.

What Our Testers Say

"The whipped cream it produces is nearly flawless, which is what matters the most."Jenny Kellerhals, Product Tester

Best for Gifting: Gorgeous Kitchen Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser

Gorgeous Kitchen Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser
What We Like
  • Refrigerated whipped cream holds for 7-10 days

  • Makes pristine whipped cream

  • Includes spoon for coffee or tea

What We Don't Like
  • Only has a 30 day warranty

  • Box shows different parts than what's included

If you're looking for the perfect gift for aspiring pastry chefs, newlyweds, foodies, or coffee lovers in your life, the Gorgeous Kitchen Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser is both practical and fun. In addition to three decorating tips, it comes with a charger holder, a cleaning brush, and a bonus stainless steel coffee spoon (supplies may be limited) so all you have to do is purchase the N20 cartridges and you're on your way to gourmet whipped cream-topped creations.

The 1-pint dispenser is made of high-quality aluminum, so it's lightweight, and our tester was impressed with the luxurious whipped cream that it produces. The dispenser was able to handle both plain and heavier creams, as well as whipping up a homemade nitro cold brew coffee.

Fans of signature coffee beverages are in for a special treat with this dispenser. The nitro cold brew this dispenser produced while testing wasn't quite as thick as a coffee shop version because the canister lacks the intense pressure of an industrial nitrogen tank, but the cold brew we made still came out with a smooth viscose texture and silky bubbles that added a little something extra to morning coffee.

The Gorgeous Kitchen dispenser was also easy to clean by hand, without too many additional parts to keep track of.

What Our Testers Say

"This model could easily give a home cook the ability to make professionally finished desserts and satisfying nitro coffees."Jenny Kellerhals, Product Tester

Best Manual: Mastrad Qwik Wisk

Mastrad Qwik Wisk
What We Like
  • Wide variety of mixing uses

  • Easier than whipping by hand

  • Dishwasher safe

  • Safer for children

What We Don't Like
  • Requires more physical effort

  • Smaller ingredient volume

Just grab the handles, pull up, and push down. The spinners inside spin rapidly to whip the cream. While you can whip cream with a hand mixer or stand mixer, they aren’t particularly efficient when you have a small amount. This whipper is ideal for petite batches when you need just enough whipped cream for one or two servings.

This isn’t a one-trick pony, though. The main purpose of this mixer is to emulsify salad dressings, make mayonnaise, or whip drinks to a froth. Measurements on the side are in ounces and milliliters, so you can measure ingredients right in the container.

Our tester noted that a small batch of plain whipped cream took about 5 minutes of churning to reach a medium-soft peak, which was appropriate for topping a drink or bowl of fruit. Denser creams, like chocolate cream, whipped up faster than looser creams. The higher fat content, the easier it is to whip.

The handles are a comfortable silicone that’s easy to grip, even for children that may want to help out when making a batch of hot chocolate or an ice cream sundae. When empty, it’s dishwasher safe, which we found to be easier than trying to wash this little mixer by hand.

What Our Testers Say

"For a single serving or two small servings of whipped cream to top a hot chocolate or Irish coffee, this mixer will get the job done. It’s also ideal if you make more salads than desserts, but want the option in case the mood strikes."Jenny Kellerhals, Product Tester

Final Verdict

Our top pick is the NSF-certified iSi Cream Profi Whip because it gives you the same high-quality performance you see from dispensers in coffee shops, ice cream parlors, and pastry shops. We also recommend the EurKitchen Professional Whipped Cream Dispenser, which performed well in our tests and comes in at a lower price.

How We Tested

We sent these whipped cream dispensers directly to the homes of our experienced product testers so that they could rate each one on quality, performance, ease of use, ease of cleaning, and any other additional features. Our at-home testers spent hours with the dispensers, making batches of both plain whipped cream as well as flavored concoctions and even nitro cold brew, disassembling them, cleaning them, and filling them back up again. Our writers then submitted their feedback on everything they liked and didn't like.

What to Look for in a Whipped Cream Dispenser


Many whipped cream dispensers will hold about a pint of liquid, though you can find half-pint canisters as well. Once a canister is discharged into the dispenser, you cannot refill it, though you can save some for later. If you only want occasional whipped cream for hot cocoa, a half-pint canister will probably suit your needs and keep you from having to pour out old cream. However, if you have bigger projects or a larger household, the pint might be perfect. If you’re not sure which makes sense, think about how long it typically takes you to work through a can of whipped cream from the store. Most store-bought canisters contain a little under half-pint of whipped cream. Keep in mind a pint of cream will make far more than a pint, by volume, of whipped topping once the nitrous oxide is added. 

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Dispensers are typically made of metal, though they may have plastic or other materials on the outside. Stainless steel is preferred for longevity and ease of cleaning, though aluminum can be a budget-friendly option. You can also find insulated canisters if you need to keep the contents warm or cold; these use a double-walled vacuum seal that helps the contents maintain their temperature longer. This is a nice-to-have feature but not strictly necessary, unless you anticipate needing to keep the contents cold outside of the fridge for a long time, such as while you're decorating. If you plan on using the dispenser for warm foams, insulation will also keep the outside of the canister cool to the touch. 

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Ease of Use

There are a few things to consider when thinking about ease of use: how easily a new cartridge of nitrous oxide is to insert, how quickly it can be whipped (sometimes in as little as four shakes), and how easy the handle is to squeeze and guide. If you want to use a dispenser to decorate, not just to add some creamy topping, you’ll certainly want to consider the comfort of the handles, bottle, and arm lever. 

iSi Gourmet Whip

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In addition to whipped cream and other chilled toppings, some dispensers can also whip warm toppings to make foams and whips. If you anticipate wanting to experiment with more than just whipped cream, look for a dispenser that is safe to use with both hot and cold liquids. 


Depending on the material and design, some canisters are designed to hold a charge for up to two weeks. Others only guarantee to maintain pressure for a few days. If you want to have whipped cream on hand for regular use, consider one that can store longer. 


A whipped cream dispenser will eventually pay for itself with regular use, but it can still be a sizable investment. Higher-end, restaurant-grade whips can cost around $100, but budget-minded ones made from aluminum are also available for around half that price. 

EurKitchen Whipped Cream Dispenser

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An Austrian company, iSi has been making restaurant-grade dispensers since the 1960s. Today, it also makes a range of whips designed for the home cook with ease of dispensing in mind. 

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ICO, or Impeccable Culinary Objects, is another company that started as a distributor for professional chefs and is now popular among serious home cooks. It sells both stainless steel and more budget-minded aluminum models. 


Dispensers need to be cleaned between uses. Many are dishwasher-safe and can be cleaned that way. If you don’t have a dishwasher, you may want a bottle brush to really clean it. Smaller parts, like the tips, may also need to be hand-washed. Cleaning the nozzle may also require removing the smaller parts, like the gasket, to get it fully cleaned. These can be hand-washed with soapy water or placed in the dishwasher inside somewhere safe, like in a silverware basket, to keep it from getting lost. Once the cleaned parts are dried, you can reassemble your dispenser and store it until future use. 

iSi Gourmet Whip

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Tips for whips work much the same way tips on an icing bag work: They influence the size and shape of the dispensed foam or whip. Some dispensers come with additional tips, and companies may also sell tips that fit onto the dispenser.

ICO Whipped Cream Dispenser

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You can’t use a whip without a nitrous oxide cartridge. These tiny cartridges have gas under high pressure that is released into the dispenser. Refill cartridges sell from around 50 cents to $1 a pop, depending on how many you buy. In general, they’re cheaper bought in bulk. Made from steel, they can be recycled after each use. 

Cleaning Kits

Some dispensers come with a bottle brush or smaller brushes for cleaning the nozzle. If not, you may want to consider getting some brush heads to clean the canister between use, especially if you don’t have a dishwasher. 

iSi Cream Profi Whip

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How do you use a whipped cream dispenser?

In general, using a whipped cream dispenser is pretty straightforward. Simply pour the cream into the can, add the nitrous oxide cartridge, and dispense the cream after a few shakes. 

How do whipped cream dispensers work?

Whipped cream canisters work much the same way as the disposable grocery store cans do: Nitrous oxide gas in the canister is forced into the cream under pressure, creating a whipped texture. But instead of discarding the can when you are done, you simply load in a new cartridge of nitrous oxide. 

How do you make nitro cold brew with a whipped cream dispenser?

Making nitro cold brew at home is easy with a whipped cream dispenser and N2O cartridges. It won't be quite as dense as a nitro cold brew from the coffee shop, though, because coffee shops use industrially pressurized nitrogen tanks and cold brew kegs to create that luxuriously creamy cold brew. Still, you can get pretty close at home. Make sure to dilute your concentrated cold brew first, then pour 1 cup to 1 pint of cold brew into the canister. Charge with one N2O cartridge and shake the canister vigorously for 30 seconds to a minute. Slowly dispense into a glass and enjoy! For best results prepare and chill your cold brew the night before you want to infuse it.

Why Trust The Spruce Eats?

Donna Currie is the author of the cookbook Make Ahead Bread and specializes in product reviews and kitchen gadgets for The Spruce Eats. In fact, she personally tested three of the whipped cream dispensers in this roundup, giving the iSi Gourmet Whip top marks for how fun and versatile it is to use.

This roundup was updated by Jenny Kellerhals, a pastry chef, food writer, and the baking expert for The Spruce Eats. She personally tested five whipped cream dispensers for this roundup.

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Jenny Kellerhals is a freelance writer covering food and beverage. She is also a pastry chef and an active recipe developer with more than a decade in the industry.

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Marshall Bright is a freelance writer covering food and cooking for The Spruce Eats. A self-taught home chef, Marshall is passionate about making home cooking approachable and fun for more people.
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