This is really more of a suggestion than a recipe. It turns out that I bought way more berries and whipping cream than I needed for Easter. We used berries in Sangria, Pavlovas, and on a Coconut Yogurt Pie, but I still ended up coming home with a carton of whipping cream and a bunch of strawberries and blackberries.
Sitting at the kitchen table later, I noticed the container of Blueberry Oolong Iced Tea mix I had picked up at the local Amish store. I'm not a big iced tea drinker, so it wouldn't have even caught my attention had it not been at eye-level at the end of an aisle. Oolong is my favorite tea, and given that it has peach notes, it pairs nicely with blueberry. (Blueberry-Peach is my favorite pie.)
Because the iced tea mix is pre-sweetened, I thought about adding that to whipping cream instead of sugar to go with the leftover berries. It worked out great!
Whip the cream until soft peaks form, then add a tablespoon or so of your add-in and continue whipping until nice and fluffy.
Look in your cabinets to see what else you might use in whipped cream - chocolate milk powder, Kool Aid, Espresso Powder, Pixie Stix, etc. Just makes sure you select something with a flavor that goes well with whatever you intend to use it with. I'm guessing grape Kool Aid whipped cream would be pretty gross on chocolate pudding. ;)