You can have High Tea any time, anywhere now that you can make the essential ingredient, clotted cream, at home!

Homemade Clotted Cream

Cream Scones and Clotted Cream (recipe for both) #britain #afternoon_tea #kaffimat

Cream Scones and Clotted Cream (recipe for both) #britain #afternoon_tea #kaffimat

MOCK CLOTTED CREAM  2 ounces cream cheese  4 tablespoons unsalted butter, 2 ounces  1 1/2 teaspoons granular Splenda or equivalent of liquid Splenda  6 tablespoons heavy cream

MOCK CLOTTED CREAM 2 ounces cream cheese 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, 2 ounces 1 1/2 teaspoons granular Splenda or equivalent of liquid Splenda 6 tablespoons heavy cream

Strawberries Filled with “Clotted” Cream, a delicious cheat using whipped cream and silky mascarpone cheese. Perfect for brunch or afternoon tea!

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Strawberries Filled with “Clotted” Cream, a delicious cheat using whipped cream and silky mascarpone cheese. Perfect for brunch or afternoon tea!

Make Clotted Cream (Slow Cooker Method)... from The Culinary Life. Since it takes 8-10 hours to make clotted cream, a slow cooker is SO much better than the oven (which is how most recipes make it)!  Note: It's very important not to use ultra-pasteurized cream (I'll probably get mine at a natural foods store).

Make Clotted Cream (Slow Cooker Method)

Make Clotted Cream (Slow Cooker Method)... from The Culinary Life. Since it takes 8-10 hours to make clotted cream, a slow cooker is SO much better than the oven (which is how most recipes make it)! Note: It's very important not to use ultra-pasteurized cream (I'll probably get mine at a natural foods store).

DEFINITELY making clotted cream soon! - in my crockpot! a commenter writes: I'm thrilled to say using the slow cooker idea worked for me. The end result was a bit stiffer than what we've had in England but the taste is virtually identical.

Clotted Cream Recipe – Making Clotted Cream at Home is Much Easier Than You Think

DEFINITELY making clotted cream soon! - in my crockpot! a commenter writes: I'm thrilled to say using the slow cooker idea worked for me. The end result was a bit stiffer than what we've had in England but the taste is virtually identical.

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