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

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.

A traditional British cream served with scones and jam for afternoon tea.

Clotted cream for afternoon tea

Mary Berry - the Queen of baking - and her scones. Just tried it and haven't stopped "quality testing" them!

Mary Berry's scones

Mary Berry - the Queen of baking - and her scones. Just tried it and haven't stopped "quality testing" them!

British Scones - got to love the Brits, they sure know how to cook scones.

British Scones - got to love the Brits, they sure know how to cook scones.

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

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

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

Ultimate scones

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

Tea! N.B -cream tea is served with jam- not marmalade!(marmalade is served with breakfast toast!); it's 'elevenses' & is morning TEA break! low tea generally means tea & a sandwich & possibly cake or a biscuit - has nothing to do with seating arrangements!? https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101925982155308055157/+Homesteadsurvivalist/posts/7sLNvYJQfL6

Tea! N.B -cream tea is served with jam- not marmalade!(marmalade is served with breakfast toast!); it's 'elevenses' & is morning TEA break! low tea generally means tea & a sandwich & possibly cake or a biscuit - has nothing to do with seating arrangements!? https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/101925982155308055157/+Homesteadsurvivalist/posts/7sLNvYJQfL6

Traditional English Tea Time Scones With Jam and Cream / Recipe     Read more at: http://www.food.com/recipe/traditional-english-tea-time-scones-with-jam-and-cream-230515?oc=linkback

Traditional English Tea Time Scones With Jam and Cream

Traditional English Tea Time Scones With Jam and Cream / Recipe Read more at: http://www.food.com/recipe/traditional-english-tea-time-scones-with-jam-and-cream-230515?oc=linkback

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