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Light cream, also half and half cream, or half cream is a mixture of one-part milk to one-part cream with a butterfat content of approximately 10%.
The United States dairy product known as half and half is a mixture of one part milk to one part cream. In the UK it's called half cream which is a very light cream commonly used in coffee.
Its butterfat content it lower in calories and more stable in coffee than heavier cream.
It is widely available in the United States, both in individual-serving containers and in bulk (usually not requiring refrigeration). It is also used to make ice cream. Non-fat versions of the product are also available, containing corn syrup and other ingredients.
Light cream (half&half) is usually found in the dairy section or aisle of the grocery store or supermarket.
Light cream (half&half) is a member of the Dairy and Egg Products USDA nutritional food group.
|1 fl oz||30|
|1 container, individual (.5 fl oz)||15|
|British (UK) term:||half cream|
|en français:||crème légère|
|en español:||crema ligera|
There are 794 recipes that contain this ingredient.
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