How to make Clotted Cream for the Perfect Cream Tea - it takes very little effort and really just time to make thick, rich, velvety cream perfect for slathering on fresh scones with your favourite jam.

How to make Clotted Cream for the Perfect Cream Tea

Use on the cake in place of frosting?How to make Clotted Cream for the Perfect Cream Tea - it takes very little effort and really just time to make thick, rich, velvety cream perfect for slathering on fresh scones with your favourite jam.

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

Homemade Clotted Cream

You can have Afternoon Tea anytime; anywhere; that, you can make the essential ingredient: clotted- cream; at, home!

A useful description of the different types of tea ceremonies.  Wish more people would read this.

Tea Time Dictionary ~ different types of tea ceremonies: high tea, low tea, cream tea, etc.

Afternoon Tea Scones These look so light and fluffy!  Pass the clotted cream!

Afternoon Tea Scones

Afternoon Tea Scones - Unfortunately, I have a lot to say about scones. First of all, I grew up with scones and I LOVE scones! Scotland’s bakeries and tearooms have to be among the best in the world…the sweet…

Mary Berry's easy scones - serve with clotted cream and jam.  (I miss scones.)

Mary's tea time scones

Champagne Afternoon Tea at The Ritz http://www.theritzlondon.com/tea.html

All the Recipes You Need for a Lovely Afternoon Tea

Champagne Afternoon Tea at The Ritz http://www.theritzlondon.com/tea.html

Delicious Devonshire Split Buns are a traditional treat at an English Cream Tea!

This recipe for Devonshire Split Buns is crammed full of cream and jam, and perfect for a lazy afternoon tea.

Learn the secret of making perfect scones every time, with Angela Nilsen's ultimate recipe

Ultimate scones

Traditional British cream tea please. Scones, clotted cream and jam are the perfect break for the day. I ate a scone every day while on our trip, they are sooo delicious!

Scones kommen aus England - na klar. Traditionell werden die krustenlosen Brötchen mit Clotted Cream und zum cream tea gegessen.

Britische Scones – das Original mit Clotted Cream

Scones kommen aus England - na klar. Traditionell werden die krustenlosen Brötchen mit Clotted Cream und zum cream tea gegessen.

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