This post sharing homemade cinnamon whipped cream is sponsored by Marie Callender’s. All opinions remain my own. Dutch apple Pie with homemade cinnamon whipped cream
Around here, dessert is king. That’s probably why I post so many different dessert recipes. It isn’t that we have them every night, but it’s always a special thing for my family, and we love finding a new favorite. Sometimes, I want to have dessert – especially if we’re doing a family night either having friends over or having game night. We look for little reasons to celebrate every day. Of course, those are also the times when I don’t want to be working in the kitchen and want to be spending time with my family. Because oh my word, I was just looking at some of the photos as I transfer them to a new computer, and I can’t believe how fast time is flying. Mister Man is somehow in middle school, and Little Miss heads there next year. But I swear… this was just yesterday.

Kids grow up so fast

So when they start asking for apple pie, I’m pulling the Marie Callender’s Dutch Apple Pie from the freezer and baking it while we sit and play cards or a board game. Or sit and snuggle while they tell me about the latest creative story they’ve made up. The good news is that it’s super easy to cook, and it has a made from scratch crust and brown sugar streusel surrounding 100% fresh Fuji apples in our favorite Marie Callender’s Dutch Apple Pie. Of course, I still have to make it my own in some way, which is where the homemade cinnamon whipped cream comes in. That takes just a couple minutes to (sorry) whip up, and it’s the perfect complement to the sweet Dutch apple pie.

Marie Callender's Dutch Apple Pie

Baking the pie is easy as one two three. Gotta love the homemade taste without the homemade work – and the crust is so much prettier than mine ever is too! Only Marie Callender’s delivers homemade quality, and it’s made without compromise. Even though the instructions don’t require it, I always put tin foil around the edge of my pie crust to keep it from burning. This vegan pie bakes for over an hour, and the tin foil wrap really kept it safe while it baked and I played.

Add foil to protect the pie crust while baking

Whenever I make pie, I always do a streusel topping. I joke that it’s because I can’t get the second crust to ever roll out properly, but really it’s because I’m a sucker for anything streusel, which is why I love that there is plenty of brown sugar streusel topping to add to the Marie Callender’s pie once it has baked for 50-55 minutes. I may or may not have sneaked just a little bit of the streusel for myself while the wee ones were “distracted.”

Add streusel crumble to Marie Callender's Dutch apple pie

Pop it back into the oven for ten minutes, and then it’s time to let the pie cool thoroughly. I will say that ten minutes is a guide. The key is to get the filling to 165 degrees to ensure that it will set once it cools. A Dutch Apple Pie definitely needs to set, which is the perfect excuse to play even more.

Check temperature rather than relying on the time

Fortunately, it’s fall in Chicago, which means I can set the pie outside to cool in the 50 degree weather, and it is ready to eat faster! A Dutch Apple Pie is sweet, and I always find that while whipped cream makes for a great complement, cinnamon whipped cream is even better. It’s just a little bit fancy, but oh so easy to make. And it looks pretty too, especially if you use a decorating tip like I did.

Homemade Cinnamon Whipped Cream

While often you add extra ingredients to whipped cream when you make it at home (sugar and vanilla in particular – because the pie is already pretty sweet), I added nothing aside from the cream and cinnamon. If you’re making it for another purpose, add 3 tablespoons of powdered sugar per cup of cream you whip. Make sure the cream you use is cold, as it will whip better. Simply pour it into your bowl and mix. To make enough for a pie – and maybe a little extra for later – a cup of cream is plenty, along with a generous teaspoon of cinnamon.

Add heaving whipping cream to bowl

Start on a low speed then gradually turn it up. You want to whip it until it just starts to thicken, then add sugar and vanilla if you’re adding any, and the cinnamon, then continue mixing until it reaches right consistency . If you over beat it, it will become too thick like butter, so keep an eye on it as it goes quickly from not whipped enough to too whipped.

Add cinnamon to whipped cream once it is whipped

You could just dollop it onto your pie, but I like putting a homemade touch on my homemade tasting pie. Prepping a zip top baggie to pipe the cinnamon whipped cream onto your pie slices is simple too. I snip off a corner of the baggie. If you don’t have decorating tips, just cut off a quarter inch from the corner. If you are using a decorating tip, cut a hole just large enough to slide the tip in and seal it. I like to use my wide star tip, but choose your favorite one.

Makeshift pastry bag

Turn your baggie most of the way inside out either on your hand or resting in a glass. This makes it much easier to fill. As you add your fresh cinnamon whipped cream to the baggie, slowly unfold the baggie so that it is eventually right side out. Press out the air and seal the baggie, and you’re ready to go.

Fill bag with cinnamon whipped cream

Hold the bag closed at the top between your thumb and forefinger and gently squeeze the cinnamon whipped cream from the top down, using your other hand to direct the piping. Then sit back and watch your family devour their dessert.

Add cinnamon whipped cream to pie

And if there happens to be just a little bit left over? Well… I was just talking about how life is short. Go ahead, have pie for breakfast, and use the last of your cinnamon whipped cream in a cup of coffee. You’ll thank me later.

Pie for breakfast

Have you ever had cinnamon whipped cream? How do you top your pies?

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  • Candy


    Love make fresh whipped cream.

  • Elena


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream before, but would like to try it

  • Elena


    https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/664513972377272320

  • Julie Wood


    I have had Cinnamon Whipped Cream and I top our pies with homemade Whipped cream with cinnamon. We love it on our apple and pumpkin pies!

  • Julie Wood


    tweet-https://twitter.com/JewelWood/status/664517788275372032

  • Tiffany


    Oooh! Cinnamon whipped cream! What a genius idea! This pie looks delicious!

  • Chantal


    Oh, this looks so yummy. I thought you HAD to put sugar into cream to get it to whip–this is a cool trick to just put the cinnamon in…Thank you so much for sharing this recipe!

  • Mami2jcn


    I haven’t had cinnamon whipped cream. I top my pie with vanilla ice cream.

  • Mami2jcn


    tweet–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/664561966099374080

  • Kelly D


    I’ve never tried cinnamon whipped cream. I usually top my pie with cool whip or I leave it plain.

  • Kelly D


    tweet
    https://twitter.com/Kellydpa/status/664606913267687426

  • steve weber


    Nope I never have but I’d love to try it!

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  • steve weber


    tweet- https://twitter.com/groogruxking40/status/664618573998854144

  • heather


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream it sounds amazing! I top my pies with homemade whipped cream.

  • Ellie Wright


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream. I like to top any pie with vanilla ice cream. And apple pie with cheddar cheese.

  • Ellie Wright


    tweeted

    https://twitter.com/eswright18/status/664679166114070528

  • Natalie


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream before but ti sounds amazing! I usually top my pies with vanilla ice cream!

  • Natalie


    https://twitter.com/yarbr012/status/664784353306636288

  • Lisa Brown


    I top my pies with stevia sweetened whipped cream

  • Lisa Brown


    tweet-https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/664800734962020352

  • Kimmy Ripley


    I usually just use Cool Whip but this would be nice to try!!

  • Cindy


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream. I put whipped cream and ice cream on the side.

  • Cindy


    https://twitter.com/benz1171/status/665006438847225858

  • shelly peterson


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream before. Sometimes I like to top my warm fruit pies with some vanilla ice cream
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  • shelly peterson


    tweeted
    https://twitter.com/cshell202/status/665061097720811520
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  • Madeline


    We usually use light whipped cream. I haven’t tried cinnamon whipped cream but it sounds delicious!

  • Madeline


    Tweet link: https://twitter.com/shala_darkstone/status/665313953447288832

  • Kristen


    I never have used cinnamon. I usually just add a little vanilla.

  • Kristen


    Tweeted
    https://twitter.com/rubylorikeet/status/665351633816018944

  • Erika


    I don’t usually like whipped cream on my pie, but cinnamon whipped cream sounds delicious!
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  • DaLynn McCoy


    I’ve never had cinnamon whipped cream before. Hubby is a professional baker so I don’t usually do any “pie topping” myself around here!

  • DaLynn McCoy


    Thanks for the giveaway! I tweeted – https://twitter.com/dalynnrmc/status/665747135107698688

  • Carolsue


    The more whipped cream the better! The flavored ones are good, too! We always go through tons of it with our pumpkin pies!
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  • mita


    Not yet, but I’d love to try it!

  • mita


    Tweet – https://twitter.com/mitadav/status/666021362855714816

  • Margaret Smith


    No, I never heard of or had Cinnamon Whipped Cream before, but it sounds delicious. Usually we use regular whipped cream or vanilla ice cream to top our pies. Thanks so much.

  • Margaret Smith


    Tweeted: https://twitter.com/peg42/status/666034051460030464
    Thanks again.

  • Jessie C.


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream. I usually top my pies with plain cream.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  • Jessie C.


    tweet-https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/666095739756384256

  • Margot C


    I have made Cinnamon Whipped Cream before, but I am more partial to Vanilla Bean (made with a real bean and the tiny black flecks!)

  • Margot C


    I posted a tweet too: https://twitter.com/AnnaZed/status/666467914539642880

  • Sarah


    Always top with homemade whipped cream

  • OFG


    https://twitter.com/OneFrugalGirl/status/668287942037798912

  • OFG


    Whipped cream. Sometimes with a little rum 🙂

  • Allison Swain


    I have never had Cinnamon Whipped Cream before. I usually top with ice cream.
    Thank you for the chance to win this

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  • Keisha Gardner


    I have never had cinnamon whipped topping. Sounds delicious! I just use regular or vanilla ice cream.

  • Amy Tong


    I haven’t try cinnamon whipped cream! I usually top my pies with vanilla ice cream or vanilla whipped cream. Can’t wait to give this a try!

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

  • Amy Tong


    tweeted:

    https://twitter.com/uTry_it/status/668619164626452480

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  • rose h


    ooh that looks yum 🙂

  • Elle


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream before. I usually eat my pies plain or with a small scoop of vanilla iced cream depending on the flavor of the pie.

  • Elle


    Tweet: https://twitter.com/PrettyHotPink6/status/669186613377761281

  • rachel


    I usually just use Redi-Whip but that sounds delicious.

  • Pamela


    No I havent tried the Cinnamon Whipped Cream. Vanilla Ice Cream on Hot Apple Pie is the best!

  • Tina m


    No, I haven’t. I use Whipped cream or fruits.

  • Tina m


    https://twitter.com/HappyTina0115/status/669357057271857152

  • D Schmidt


    It depends on the pie flavor but usually with either whipped cream or a homemade custard.

  • D Schmidt


    tweeted https://twitter.com/mummytotwoboys1/status/669715651699843072

  • Ty


    I’ve never tried Cinnamon whipped topping but I will have to now! It would be fabulous on pumpkin pie. Normally we just used Vanilla whipped cream.

  • Ty


    Tweeted https://twitter.com/WiseOwlDesigns/status/670344688071757828

  • BusyWorkingMama


    That looks and sounds delicious! We usually top our pies with plain whipped cream.

  • Anne


    As much as I love homemade whipped cream, buying heavy cream is an indulgence I rarely give in to. I imagine adding a bit of cinnamon puts it over the top–what a great idea! If I do want to top a pie, I confess to using whipped cream from a spray can, but I usually prefer my pie just as it is.

  • Anne


    Here’s my tweet about your lovely cinnamon whipped cream and the Marie Callender’s giveaway:
    https://mobile.twitter.com/NotherAnneOther/status/673234552312217600
    Thanks!

  • debbie


    I haven’t had cinnamon whipped cream but it sounds incredible. We usually use regular whipped cream or ice cream.

  • debbie


    https://twitter.com/suburbsanity/status/678409391956185088

  • latanya


    I add more warm butter to the crust and then whipped cream

  • latanya


    https://twitter.com/sweetums82/status/685142011679248384

  • mita


    Would like to try it. Yum.

  • mita


    Tweet- https://twitter.com/mitadav/status/685199418782531585

  • Jessica To


    I have never had it but it sounds good. I usually don’t top my pies with anything but enjoy them as they are!

  • Shannon


    That looks soooo delicious! My plain whip cream is a shame!

  • Shannon


    https://twitter.com/channynn/status/686253350208208896

  • Shannon


    I love pie a la mode! I heat up my pie a little and add a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream!

  • Shannon


    https://twitter.com/shiebs24b/status/686303309100126209

  • sandra


    I haven’t tried cinnamon whipped cream. usually whipped cream or cool whip

  • CR Williams


    I have never had that before but it sounds very yummy.

  • CR Williams


    https://twitter.com/mommysweetiepie/status/687809286794182656

  • Starla B


    That looks absolutely delicious. I love anything with whipped cream. I have tried cinnamon whipped cream once, last year I made a homemade peach galette- it was amazing!
    starla.batesATyahooDOTcom

  • Starla B


    I tweeted https://twitter.com/mmstarla/status/688941477108424704

  • kjasus


    cinnamon whipped cream looks delicious. i do not top my pies with anything.

  • kjasus


    https://twitter.com/raggammuffin/status/689190553750245377

  • Jeffrey


    I’ve never made cinnamon whipping cream but it sounds delicious. I top my pies with either ice cream or whipped cream depending on what kind it is. Kahlua is a great addition to whipped cream for adults!

  • Jeffrey


    I tweeted: https://twitter.com/FireRunner2379/status/689569599944298496.

  • CR Williams


    I never have but it sounds yummy.

  • Allison Swain


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream! I usually top my pies with a dairy free whip or dairy free nice cream 🙂

    Thanks for the chance to win !

    allisonrsdswain(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  • Allison Swain


    Tweet:

    https://twitter.com/allisonrswain/status/690291835579846656

  • jessica


    I love chocolate pie,it’s a dessert table must !

  • Kimmy Ripley


    I have never had cinnamon whipped cream but it sounds delicious. I usually just use regular whipped cream.

  • Anna Pry


    usually with plain whipped cream but i like cinnamon ice cream too pryfamily5@gmail.com

  • Anna Pry


    tweeted https://twitter.com/DaPryz/status/693560374449344513 pryfamily5@gmail.com

  • janna johnson


    I’ve never had cinnimon whipped cream. I like fat free topping on my pies!

  • tara pittman


    This pie looks so yummy.

  • Katherine


    It would certainly help with groceries

  • Katherine


    https://twitter.com/mkjmc/status/695687706333020161

  • Susan Smith


    I haven’t had cinnamon whipped cream. I top my pie with vanilla ice cream.

  • Susan Smith


    https://twitter.com/susan1215/status/696059421839925253

  • Gina M


    I haven’t tried cinnamon whipped cream, but it sounds delicious! We usually top our pie with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

  • Gina M


    tweet–https://twitter.com/WildOrchid985/status/696457911049068544

  • maria cantu


    Never tried it.

  • Kerry


    tweeted: https://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/696486551593840640

  • Wanda McHenry


    No, I have never ever had cinnamon whipped cream, but I always top my pie with Reddi-Whip!

  • Wanda McHenry


    https://twitter.com/myfolly/status/699496880250757121

  • Angie


    I’ve never tried cinnamon whipped cream, but it sounds absolutely delicious!!! I usually top my desserts with ice cream 🙂

  • Angie


    tweet #SweepstakesEntry

    https://twitter.com/mommy2CGIJA/status/699720143920824322

  • Tarissa


    I usually top my pies with either whipped topping or vanilla ice cream… but now I’m going to have to try your cinnamon idea!
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  • Tarissa


    Tweeted! https://twitter.com/pixel_berry_pie/status/700129568108052480

  • Stephanie Phelps


    I have never had that whip cream and we usually only put ice cream with our pie! I will have to try whip cream because I love cinnamon!

  • Stephanie Phelps


    I tweeted
    https://twitter.com/my4boysand1/status/700407213131755520

  • sarah hirsch


    i’m not sure if i have had cinnamon whipped cream but it sounds great, especially on an apple pie. i usually top my pies with regular whipped cream or ice cream

  • Anastasia Falling


    I’ve never had cinnamon whipped cream! It looks awesome!! I usually top my pies with regular ol’ cool whip… or ice cream… sometimes chocolate sauce… mmmmmmm pie! 🙂

  • Anastasia Falling


    Tweeted 🙂 – https://twitter.com/Enter_Now/status/703103422745092096

  • Jammie


    Never has cinnamon whip topping, we top ours usually with some ice cream.

  • Rebecca


    I have not tried cinnamon whipped cream. My hubby loves the stuff in the can or good old cool whip.

  • Rebecca


    https://mobile.twitter.com/Michael64263870/status/703778726648090624

  • Debbie B


    i have never had cinnamon whipped cream but it sounds good!

  • Debbie B


    i posted a tweet here:

    https://twitter.com/purplepanda1966/status/703794386023223296

  • Ellie Wright


    I don’t like whipped cream, but I do like a scoop of vanilla ice cream on my pie. Or cheddar cheese on my apple pie.

  • Ellie Wright


    tweeted

    https://twitter.com/eswright18/status/703806287860006912

  • Deb Ford


    I’ve never had cinnamon whipped cream….we usually top with ice cream

  • Faith J.


    Usually with whipped cream but never had cinnamon whipped

  • Faith J.


    https://mobile.twitter.com/faithjacklynswe/status/704284332471545856

  • Jerry Marquardt


    I have had cinnamon whipped cream, and it is truly delicious. I top your pies with whipped cream.

  • Jerry Marquardt


    I publicly Tweeted this giveaway: https://twitter.com/versatileer/status/704393336459628544

  • angie


    I have never had this but I think it sounds divine!!! I normally top my pies with either vanilla ice cream (for fruit/pecan pies) or whipped cream (for pumpkin pie).

  • Kathryn C


    my #SweepstakesEntry tweet:

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  • Betty C


    I don’t usually add cinnamon to whipped cream. For fruit pies it’s either sweetened whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.

  • erica best


    no and i love ice cream on apple pie

  • erica best


    https://twitter.com/purplelover04/status/704398243376054272

  • Betty C


    Tweet – https://twitter.com/willitara/status/704406460042575872

  • Kathryn C


    #SweepstakesEntry- comment

    have never tried cinnamon whipped cream- would love to try it! I usually top my desserts with regular whipped cream

    Kathryn C

  • Tabathia B


    I have never seen cinnamon whipped creams and usually top pies with ice cream or whip cream

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  • Tabathia B


    tweet https://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/704419720016093185

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  • Thomas Murphy


    I have not had cinnamon whipped cream. I put ice cream on my pie.

  • Sarah L


    Pies need ice cream for me. I’d celebrate Leap Year Day with a Key Lime Pie! Any excuse for a Marie Callender pie!
    Thanks for the contest.

  • Sarah L


    https://twitter.com/slehan/status/704464865667055616

  • Barbara M


    No I haven’t had cinnamon whipped cream.
    It would be on apple pie.
    We usually top our pies with vanilla ice cream.
    thank you

  • Barbara M


    Tweeted https://twitter.com/JalapenoMama/status/704489217024512002

  • Terri Irvin


    I love the idea of cinnamon whipped creme and plan on trying it.

  • Terri Irvin


    https://twitter.com/flinflan/status/704506052268560385

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