Easy 1 Ingredient Clotted Cream

Clotted cream is a fun and easy recipe.

It turns scones, toast, crepes, and pancakes into rich and delightful dishes.

it takes only 15 minutes however it is spread out over 25 hours.

A brief overview first.

1. Preheat oven to 175 degrees

2. Bake for 12 hours

3. Let cool for 1 hour

4. Refrigerate for 12 hours

5. Lastly, scrape into an elegant jar and serve

Because it takes so long I have found that it is best to start baking at 8 in the morning let cool from 8-9 p.m. Then refrigerate from 9 p.m. to 9 a.m. Plus you can have it with breakfast the next morning.

Supplies:

Step 1: Ingredient and Tools

Ingredient

1. 1 Pint of heavy wiping cream

Tools

1. Large casserole dish

2. Oven mitts

3. Tinfoil

4. A Timer or a good eye on the clock

5. A fridge

6. An oven (they tend to be very useful when baking)

7. a jar with a bow (for extra style points)

Step 2: Start Baking

Preheat the oven to 175 degrees

Pour the pint of cream into the dish

Start a timer for twelve hours, and start baking the cream

Step 3: Let Cool

After being in the oven for twelve hours pull out the cream an let cool for 1 hour. Then put tinfoil over it, and let it set in the fridge for twelve hours.

Step 4: Scrape It

after it has set in the fridge for twelve hours scrape it into a jar. It is ok if there are some watery liquids left in the dish.

Step 5: Bon Appetit

Add a bow for stile points.

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    JustineM32

    4 weeks ago

    One of my friends has brought clotted cream with scones to a party, but I have never tried it! Looks nice! :-)

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    seamster

    4 weeks ago

    Very interesting - this is something I've never heard of before. Thanks!

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    design connoisseurseamster

    Reply 4 weeks ago

    Clotted cream is used just like butter. For example, instead of putting butter and jam on scones put clotted cream and jam on. Once you try clotted cream it is extremely hard to go back to using butter, because clotted cream is much richer and creamyer.