Clotted Cream

For our May event we did a little English Tea Party complete with scones, biscuits, and clotted cream.

…wait, what the hell is clotted cream?

Well, I’ll tell you! Clotted cream is kinda like Devonshire cream, which we use in the U.S. often as a fruit dip. But for the English, clotted cream is very common at a tea to put on your scones. Now, what I made is probably not what the English would call real clotted cream, but I found a recipe on Allrecipes.com and whipped up something that tasted delicious! And it was really easy!

clotted cream

Easy Clotted Cream

1 Cup Heavy cream
1/3 Cup Sour cream
1 Tb Confectioners’ sugar

Using a whisk attachment on the mixer, whip heavy cream until stiff peaks form. Remove from mixer, and hand whisk in the sour cream and confectioners’ sugar until just combined. Store in refrigerator.

Ta da! That simple!

xo,
Bryce

Bryce

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4 Comments on “Clotted Cream”

  1. June 23, 2013 at 9:55 pm #

    The “clotted” in the name sounds kinda gross, eh? Clotted cream is such a hideous name for something so delicious! Thanks for this faux version, girls.

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