Slow Cooker Clotted Cream Fudge Here's what you need: 275g sugar 100g golden syrup 270g clotted cream 1 tsp. vanilla extract  Method: 1) Add the sugar, golden syrup, clotted cream and vanilla extract to the slow cooker pot and mix together 2) Put on low heat, cook for 4 hours 3) Remove from heat 4) Beat together for 10-15 minutes until mixture is very thick 5) Add to paper-lined tray and fold in half.  6) Refrigerate until solid.

Slow Cooker Clotted Cream Fudge Here's what you need: 275g sugar 100g golden syrup 270g clotted cream 1 tsp. vanilla extract Method: 1) Add the sugar, golden syrup, clotted cream and vanilla extract to the slow cooker pot and mix together 2) Put on low heat, cook for 4 hours 3) Remove from heat 4) Beat together for 10-15 minutes until mixture is very thick 5) Add to paper-lined tray and fold in half. 6) Refrigerate until solid.

How to make the perfect afternoon tea treat – scones. Once they’ve baked, enjoy them with butter, jam and plenty of clotted cream.

How to make the perfect afternoon tea treat – scones. Once they’ve baked, enjoy them with butter, jam and plenty of clotted cream.

Make extra creamy clotted cream fudge and wrap up squares as a Christmas present. They will store in a cake tin for a week, so you can make them ahead and label with the dates.

Make extra creamy clotted cream fudge and wrap up squares as a Christmas present. They will store in a cake tin for a week, so you can make them ahead and label with the dates.

I made these and they came out so lovely- the best scone recipe i have used!! The definitive recipe for traditional devonshire scones from the queen of baking Mary Berry.

I made these and they came out so lovely- the best scone recipe i have used!! The definitive recipe for traditional devonshire scones from the queen of baking Mary Berry.

Easy fluffy scones! These are the business - light but with a nice crusty outside

Easy fluffy scones! These are the business - light but with a nice crusty outside

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