Cream Chargers London Bridge, Elephant & Castle

Providing for all restaurants, cafés, bars, as well as domestic kitchens, you can get reliable cream charger delivery in London Bridge, Elephant and Castle and their surrounding areas. With such a simple and safe process of making light and airy whipped cream, cream chargers no longer have to be restricted to commercial catering and hospitality businesses, and can instead become a culinary essential at home too. After all, whipped cream is an essential and appetising ingredient or accompaniment to endless recipes and dishes, from trifle to tiramisu. The quick and easy method to make whipped cream is to attach one or two nitrous oxide, or NOS, canisters to a dispenser with whipping cream and allow the high-pressured gas to whip up the cream into a feather-light consistency. The size and style of the cream chargers we deliver are the industry standard 8gm to fit with the dispensers used most commonly in restaurants, bars, cafés and coffee shops. The N2O is stored safely under high pressure in the stainless steel cylinders which can, upon emptying, be fully recycled. Expertly designed to save you time, effort and money in a demanding industry, Cream Chargers London Bridge, Elephant and Castle & Surrounding Areas delivery service will not disappoint.

The sub-regions that the Cream Chargers London Bridge, Elephant and Castle & Surrounding Areas service delivers to are the following; Borough, Tower Bridge and Bermondsey. This bustling corner of London is a melting pot for innovative restaurants, outdoor eating and quirky bars. Arguably the top destination for food in the area is Borough, home to the famous Borough Market, a foodie’s heaven! Browsing the stalls, sampling rare ingredients and even eating out at the restaurants in the local area will provide heaps of inspiration for creative recipes and ideas for your own kitchen.

Serving Suggestion – Profiteroles

No one can resist the temptation of a delicate profiterole, made light as air and filled with delicious orange flavoured whipped cream – a zesty take on a beloved classic!


For the choux pastry

200ml cold water

4tsp caster sugar

85g butter

115g plain flour

Pinch of salt

3 medium eggs, beaten

For the cream filling

1 pint whipped cream

1 orange zest

For the chocolate sauce

200g dark chocolate, broken


  1. Preheat oven to 200C
  2. For the pastry, place the water, sugar and butter into a large saucepan. Heat gently until the butter is melted
  3. Turn up the heat and pour in the flour and salt in one go
  4. Remove from heat and beat vigorously until a ball forms at the bottom of the pan. Transfer to a large bowl and leave to cool
  5. Beat in the eggs one at a time until the mixture is smooth and glossy
  6. Spoon the mixture into individual profiteroles on a prepared baking tray
  7. Bake for 25-30 minutes until golden brown. Remove from oven and prick each profiterole with a skewer. Bake for a further 5 minutes
  8. For the filling, combine the whipped cream with the orange zest. Pipe the cream into the cooled profiteroles
  9. Melt the chocolate over a bain-marie
  10. Lay the profiteroles on a serving dish and pour over the melted chocolate