Mum reveals how to make clotted cream in a slow cooker

Summer is just around the corner, which means scone season is almost upon us.

Of course, scones can be enjoyed all year round, but tucking into them during a picnic or at a summer afternoon tea is the best way to do it.

A proper scone features sweet, sticky jam and thick clotted cream and if these components are homemade, even better.

The good news is that a mum has revealed a simple way to make clotted cream at home and it requires just two things: some double cream and a slow cooker.

The mum posted her technique in the Facebook group Crockpot/Slow Cooker Recipes & Tips, where she shared some snaps of her creamy creation, with the caption: ‘Clotted cream in the making hopefully cream tea tomorrow afternoon.’

She later posted a video of her spooning the cream onto a scone before the jam (the Devonshire style rather than the Cornwall way).

Her easy method includes pouring double cream into ramekins and putting them in the slow cooker on a low setting for about 12 hours.

Afterwards, place the ramekins in the fridge to cool for 12 hours – then the teatime treat is ready.

Naturally, the super-simple technique caught the attention of foodies in the group, who were keen to try it out for themselves.

One person replied to the post: ‘Will have to give this a try… cream teas will be had.’

While another commented: ‘Oh my gosh I had no idea that’s how you made it!!’.

Someone else added: ‘This looks amazing and I have a feeling it’ll be taking over the fudge fad!’

In other food news, people are going crazy for Lotus Biscoff lasagne which is made up of Biscoff biscuits, cream, vanilla and Lotus spread.

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