I had a hard time too, but a chain of grocery stores in the Mid-west called Kroger’s does carry “Regular Whipping Cream” as well as “Heavy Whipping Cream”. I bought both, and there is very little difference in nutritional data. Per tbsp.: Regular = 45 calories, 4.5g fat, 1g carb., 1g, sugar; Heavy = 50 calories, 5g fat, 0g carb, 0g sugar. So fat and calories are about the same, the regular has a bit of carb/sugar and the heavy has none. Might as well go with the heavy cream. Kroger does carry its own brand of “Low Carb” milk & yogurt called Carbmaster, but I have not looked into the details as I don’t shop there very much.
Reply To: Food sourcesJaeme2014-03-17T00:44:17+00:00