Cream Chargers Brighton

For all your catering needs or just for experimentation in your own kitchen at home, cream chargers offer fantastic results and excellent value for money. If you have a café, restaurant, bar or coffee shop in Brighton it’s likely that you’ll need whipped cream in a number of food and drinks, and N20 canisters, filled with the highest quality nitrous oxide, are readily available for delivery across the city. Many websites offer swift and reliable cream charger delivery in Brighton, as they understand the time pressures within the catering industry. The stainless steel NOS canisters are the standard 8gm size, which permits them to attach to the most commonly-used dispensers to whip the cream. Some dispensers may require the power of two chargers, in which case buying in multipack offers the greatest value for money. The dispensers allow you to get creative with your cooking, with the possibility of adding flavouring and colouring in with the cream to achieve a more original finish.

About Brighton

Brighton has an esteemed reputation for a young and vibrant nightlife and a rich dining culture. The choice of restaurants and cafés is extensive and it can often be hard to choose from such a wide variety. Even at the most prestigious destinations in Brighton there is a distinctive relaxed and friendly atmosphere that runs through everything in the seaside town. As with many other towns and cities along the coast, there is a long-standing tradition of fish and chips here which comes in many shapes and sizes, from modest takeaway shops on the beach to trendy, celebrity-owned restaurants. And it’s not just fish that’s a speciality here, but all manner of seafood, including a number of oyster bars and menus with decadent, sharing seafood platters. On the other hand, because of the young and trendy community, there is a wide range of excellent vegetarian, vegan and other innovative restaurants on offer, such as the renowned Food for Friends, which first opened in 1981 and has since served and delighted both residents and visitors alike. After dinner the city picks up and the hundreds of bars, clubs and nightspots start to play the newest up-and-coming music and serve the most exquisite cocktails.

Serving Suggestion – Brighton Rock Buns!

Named after the famous novel by Grahame Green, Brighton Rock Buns, are tasty afternoon delights made from simple store cupboard ingredients and taste delicious served with a dollop of whipped cream.


200g self-raising flour

50g ground almonds

Pinch of salt

90g butter

90g caster sugar

90g dried fruit (currants, raisons, sultanas etc.)

1 egg, beaten

200ml whipped cream


1.       Preheat oven to 190C / Gas 5

2.       Sift the flour, ground almonds and salt into a large mixing bowl. Rub in the butter

3.       Stir in the sugar, dried fruit and egg until the mixture combines to form a stiff dough

4.       Divide the dough into 12 rough shapes and place them on a baking tray

5.       Bake in the oven on the middle shelf for 15 minutes, until light golden brown

6.       Sprinkle with a little extra caster sugar and leave to cool

7.       Serve with a helping of whipped cream