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Quick - how can we use up clotted cream?

8 replies

AGnu · 07/06/2015 14:04

Got lots of clotted cream to use up today & there's no way we can eat it all between the 2 of us. I'd give it a good go though...

Does anyone have any recipes that include it, ideally that are freezable? All I can find when I google are recipes "with clotted cream" rather than incorporating it.

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Pipbin · 07/06/2015 14:07

I seem to recall that I made some short bread and just stirred some in to the mix.

everyonefednobodydead · 07/06/2015 14:08

Rice pudding

Timeforabiscuit · 07/06/2015 14:09

Clotted cream fudge?

sarahandemily · 07/06/2015 14:10

I think you can just freeze it to use again in the future. My mum does

CaTsMaMmA · 07/06/2015 14:12

it keeps for a few days past the sell by by ime, and I''d eat it with a spoon

can you make scones? Or icecream?

ancientbuchanan · 07/06/2015 14:19

1Freeze it.

2Easy ice cream,

A) mash banana and stir. Whisk cream. . stirCan put in small bits if choc or marsh mallow fluff if want. Add stir freeze. Eat.

B) whisk marmalade until goes white . As before.

C) anything else. But you need to make it break down a bit.

3) add to a mushroom stroganoff. Yum with rice, baked potatoes.

4) add to any hot sauce. Or soup.

5) take homemade scones, cream and jam to your next door neighbours. Love and peace will ensue. ( I pass on all my extra puddings this way...)

AlternativeTentacles · 07/06/2015 14:22

Bung it into a glass jar, and shake it until it turns to butter. Keep shaking and then pour the buttermilk out [preferably into a cake recipe], add some cold water and shake, then pour that away and keep rinsing with water until it comes out clean. Then pat into pats, and freeze. Then you will have lots of fresh butter.

OnIlkleyMoorBahTwat · 10/06/2015 15:10

Lots of ideas here. But I would just make or buy more scones, or eat it with a spoon. Yum!

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