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HappyAgainOneDay Sat 08-Nov-14 21:04:44

I bought some clotted cream from Sainsbury's today and used some in scones when a friend came round. I have no use for the large amount left but don't want to waste it. Is it possible to freeze clotted cream without spoiling it? There's no information about storage on the card sleeve that was around the pot.

cece Sat 08-Nov-14 21:05:58

Yes it is fine to freeze it.

Doilooklikeatourist Sat 08-Nov-14 21:07:11

I have a cafe , and buy pots of frozen clotted cream , which once defrosted keeps for 10 days in the fridge .
So , it can be frozen
It also makes fabulous fudge

HappyAgainOneDay Sat 08-Nov-14 21:12:53

I'm so relieved that I can freeze it. The alternative has been is to sit and eat it with a teaspoon. Freezing it will stop me from doing that and help me to lose a bit of weight. Thank you all.

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