In case your dessert wasn't rich enough, here's a delectation to top it with. It's incredibly sweet and rich, compared to ordinary whipped cream. This recipe comes from my first mother-in-law and I believe it had been in her family for several generations. This version is in my (then teenaged) daughter's handwriting and is transcribed as written. See the note below.
1/2 c. sugar
1/2 c. butter
1 tsp. vanilla
1/2 c. condensed* milk
1 Tbsp. flour
Mix sugar and butter well.
Cook flour and milk into a THICK paste.
When paste is body temp, combine with butter and sugar.
Beat on high speed until sugar granules are gone. Add in vanilla and beat until mixed.
*It is not clear to me whether this means sweetened condensed milk or unsweetened evaporated milk, although I suspect it's the former. If you prepare this recipe, please let me know which you used and how it turned out.