Cream Chargers Leeds

Cafés, restaurants, bars and coffee shops, as well as domestic kitchens offer dependable cream charger delivery in Leeds. The NOS cream chargers are available in both wholesale and multipack quantities, offering the best value for money and are readily available bought online for delivery and collection. Whipped cream is a versatile ingredient that takes many recipes, both sweet and savoury, to the next level, and the best part – it’s so straightforward to make! The cylinder canisters are filled with nitrous oxide that is stored under high pressure so that when it is attached to a dispenser, the gas disperses and whips the cream. The industry standard size of N2O cream chargers is 8gm, which is the correspondent size of dispensers used by the majority of cafés, restaurants and bars. The canisters are made from stainless steel which ensures that the NOS remains under pressure safely and that after use it is 100% recyclable. The quality of nitrous oxide in the cream chargers and the great value for money offers the opportunity to be experimental with recipes and flavours, in everything from banoffee pie to baked Alaska!

About Leeds

Leeds is a buzzing centre for fine-dining, innovative cuisine and a vibrant nightlife, and where cooking is taken seriously both in restaurants and in the privacy of one’s own kitchen. The city is the proud home to many regional and local delicacies that have graced the pages of recipe books in the area for centuries. As with the rest of North Yorkshire, favourites include gingerbread, ginger beer and curt tart. Both in Leeds city centre and in the surrounding suburbs there is a wide variety of eateries, from Michelin-starred restaurants and fusion cuisine to country pubs and neighbourhood coffee shops. Shopping for food is also an exciting experience in Leeds, where there is a large proportion of shops that are specialist and independently run. Kirkgate Market is a favourite among resident and visitors alike, where the lively open air market provides a unique environment to pick up groceries, locally sourced fish and meat and rare ingredients. For the discerning shopper, the Foodmarket on the fourth floor of Harvey Nichols is an upmarket choice, and stocks luxury brands and products. The drinking culture in Leeds is an integral part of the city and there is plenty of choice when it comes to drinking spots, from trendy wine bars to traditional country pubs, each one lending itself to a great time spent with friends and family.

Serving Suggestion – Curd Tart

A favourite across all of Yorkshire, the Curd Tart is a variation on a classic cheesecake and makes a scrumptious afternoon treat, served best with a generous helping of whipped cream!


2 pints full fat milk

4 tbsp lemon juice

½ lemon, zest only

65g butter, softened

65g caster sugar

1 egg, beaten

¼ tsp ground nutmeg

50g mixed dried fruit

1 x packet shortcrust pastry

400ml whipped cream


1.       Heat the milk in a saucepan until lightly simmering. Pour in the lemon juice until the curds form and set aside to cool for an hour

2.       Line a sieve with muslin and lay over a large bowl. Pour over the curds and whey and leave to drain in the refrigerator overnight

3.       Roll the pastry onto a lightly floured surface. Lay the pastry onto a lined pie dish

4.       Preheat the oven to 180C / 350F / Gas 4

5.       Whisk the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy. Add in the egg gradually and continue to beat

6.       Stir in the curd cheese, lemon zest, nutmeg and fruit. Mix well until combined

7.       Spoon the curd evenly into the pastry base and bake for 30-35 minutes

8.       Leave to cool for another 30 minutes before serving with a dollop of freshly whipped cream