Thanks so much for posting this it look delicious. I had never heard of clotted cream and then in 2013 I went to Devon and Cornwell and had it for the first time and it was so amazing. I am definetly going to make this. Anyone have a recipe for keto scones?
With the caveat that I haven’t tried either, here are a couple recipes I found on a search of “I breathe I’m hungry” which generally has (or points to) good recipes:
(I’m also selfishly posting these so I can look them up later, when I’m done with my Holy Week fast and can make some clotted cream )
Ooohh… Looks like Easter breakfast to me. Niice!
So, in the grocery store I can only get pasteurized cream. Will it still work?
Otherwise I could get farm fresh milk, that’s not pasteurized, but I’m not sure if the fat content will be sufficient (add butter…?).
Based on the description in the video, it sounds like pasteurized should work…just not ultrapasteurized.
I don’t think using milk + butter would work, because it would likely be hard to get the fat integrated properly once having been separated.
That is the sexiest video I have watched for ages!
Also really pretty on the breakfast table. So the little bowl of clumpy fatty goodness was aalllll mine.
The last time I bought some in the UK I was not impressed so I am definitely going to try making it. The texture was not great but this stuff looks like what I would expect - that combo of silky smooth and then fatty clots - oh my! It is so good when it is good.
I made this clotted cream this weekend, and had it a short time ago. It is FABULOUS! It’s incredibly rich and there is a slight nutty flavor because of the caramelization. I also used a low carb scone recipe, but because we have a dog, and sugar subs tend to make me sick (except stevia in small amts), I used honey instead of xylitol. No matter, they still turned out wonderful and they were a little more cakey, probably because of the honey. I also made a no-sugar added nectarine jam with a few added stevia drops. If you haven’t made this clotted cream, I highly recommend it. You won’t regret it.
I’m so glad you posted your low carb scone recipe!! Just made this clotted cream and, obviously, need to bake some scones now. :)