Simplistic sugar-free peaches and cream cake topping

Gin Lee
Sugar-free peaches and cream/ basic sugar-free white cake/Gin Lee

Simplistic sugar-free peaches and cream cake topping

This article is the second part of my homemade basic sugar-free white cake article. So, if you haven't read that article yet, you might want to head over to read it, prior to reading this article. In this article I will be walking you through how I make my peaches and cream topping for that particular cake recipe.

Even though I won't be adding my basic sugar-free white cake recipe to this article, the photos included here are of that particular cake that I prepared earlier today. Both the cake and the cake topping are completely sugar-free and dairy-free. The two main ingredients (for the cream) are dairy-free butter and Splenda.
Sugar-free peaches and cream/ basic sugar-free white cake/Gin Lee

Sugar-free cream topping


  • 1 cup (2 sticks) of softened, non-dairy butter
  • 4 cups white granulated Splenda
  • 2 tablespoons of water
  • 1 teaspoon of pure vanilla extract
  • 4-6 cups fresh peaches, peeled, sliced, and chopped in bite-sized chunks
  • 2 tablespoons of ground cinnamon (optional)
  • 1 cup of Splenda (optional)


First, add the Splenda to a blender or food processor, and pulse it for a few minutes. Doing this will make the Splenda powdered. This is the technique that I also do, to make homemade sugar-free powdered sugar.

Now, add the softened non-dairy butter to a bowl and whip it with a whisk or mixer for about a minute and a half, until it turns creamy. Slowly add in the processed powdered Splenda. Mix until all the ingredients are completely blended together well, then blend for another two minutes. Add the two tablespoons of water and the pure vanilla extract; mix for one minute more.

If you haven't already done so, peel, slice, and cut the peaches into bite-sized chunks. At this point, I added six cups of fresh peaches to a large bowl, then added cinnamon, Splenda, and stirred to incorporate the ingredients well.
Adding the peaches on top of the cake/Gin Lee

Finally, I added the prepared peach mixture on top of the basic sugar-free white cake, then added spoonfuls of the cream topping over the peaches and used a spatula to spread the topping evenly over the cake.
Sugar-free peaches and cream/ basic sugar-free white cake/Gin Lee

I added the peaches and cream topping while my cake was still lukewarm, so my cream melted just a little. Then I placed a lid over my cake pan and transferred the cake to the refrigerator.
Sugar-free peaches and cream/ basic sugar-free white cake/Gin Lee

The end results are deliciously amazing!


To make a strawberry and cream topping, follow the above instructions and use the same ingredients for my cream recipe. Then substitute sliced strawberries in place of the peaches. To make additional fruit flavored toppings, do the same, by changing one type of fruit for another.

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