Clotted Cream Fudge Recipe

Clotted Cream Fudge Recipe

All this snow and cold can make you feel as lonely as this sky looks outside your window. Today I will try to bring some sweetness to your monotonous routine with a delicious Clotted Cream Fudge. I also shared this tasty treat of creamy fudge at a Smart School House almost a month ago and I am extremely excited that I am sharing it with my readers today. 

I was watching TV with my family one night and I happened to watch a show that was drawing attention to fudge recipes. You know all of the stuff we are actually not supposed to have but you crave for it 24/7. It was an absolute national treasure, caramelized, a very rich, brown sugar crumbly fudge with the clotted cream.

Of course, I watched the entire show then went to sleep dreaming of having a creamy fudge. The taste, the smell, and the look. I love creamy fudge very much. I have a Clotted Cream Fudge Recipe that my children beg me to make this winter. So, in the hope of warmer weather and inspired by that night’s show I thought I would lively share a recipe with you. Now you do not have to wait for Christmas or birthday parties for  Clotted Cream Fudge as you can make it in your homes with an easy recipe.


  • One cup of clotted cream
  • One cup white sugar
  • Three tablespoons butter
  • One and a half cup golden syrup
  • One and a half teaspoon kosher salt
  • One cup of lightly packed brown sugar
  • Two tablespoons of pure Vanilla extract

Step by Step making of Clotted Cream Fudge Recipe 

Step 1

Prepare an 8×8 pan by lining the pan with parchment paper and then spraying it with a nonstick spray. Afterward, combine all of your ingredients in a large pan and whisk them to combine over the medium flame. Boil your ingredient mixture by whisking and then cook for  5 minutes until it touches 260F. 

Step 2

Then, pour your fudge into a prepared pan and utilize a spatula to spread out the fudge evenly. Then allow your fudge to cool slowly.  Cut your fudge into small pieces.

Recipe to make a Clotted Cream

Step 3

Pour almost 2 pints of the heavy whipping cream into the large and shallow baking dish to make your clotted cream.  Then I bake it for 12 hours at about 175F.

Step 4

Allow this cream to cool down at room temperature for about one hour. Afterward, cover it with plastic wrap and refrigerate the cream for about 6 to 8 hours. Now use a spoon to scrape off your solid clotted cream into your small bowl.

Step 5

You can also save your liquid whey and can use it in the stones and biscuits.  A trick to make a good homemade creamy fudge is to cook your ingredients at the right temperature to make a sugar syrup and then cool this sugar syrup properly so that your fudge can have a firm and smooth texture but can also be soft enough to cut. 

Clotted Cream Fudge Recipe

Keywords: Clotted Cream Fudge Recipe

Cuisine: British

Cuisine type: Recipe

Servings: 20 person

Total time: 1 Hour 30 Minutes

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Serve this yummy fluffy clotted cream fudge recipe to your kids!!!