Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

This recipe is from the britain express website. A great grandmother's recipe that has been passed down for this lovely clotted cream. Spoon this over fruit for tea or breakfast....mmmmm mmmmm good!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a large bowl.
  2. Mix together thoroughly until all of the sugar has dissolved.
  3. Spoon over fruit or use like a fondue dip.
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I am doing a high tea after a dedication at church I made this. I only put in half the sugar and am glad. I really like it on the tart side. It is still plenty sweet.

I looked at a bunch of recipes and chose this one as the ingredients are most likely to be in the house. I did learn that I ould substitute cream for either the sour cream or the cream cheese or just add it. OR instead of cream cheese and sour cream use marscapone and cream

Ambervim September 24, 2011

Yum! My family ate this on chocolate chip scones. Made it just the way you have posted and it works wonderfully. Thanks!

Brandy Sue August 12, 2007

Yum! This cream was so delicious with a piece of spice cake, and I'm sure it will improve all of the other desserts I will be adding it to. My only quibble is that I couldn't get the cream cheese to completely break down, no matter how long I beat together the ingredients. There were little tiny lumps of cream cheese in it, but it really tastes great (kind of like a thinned cream cheese frosting). Thanks for sharing!

Aunt Cookie August 30, 2006