Mock Devonshire Cream Substitute

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Yield: 1.5cups
  • Ingredients

  • 1 (3ounce) packages cream cheese, softened
  • 1teaspoonpowdered sugar
  • 1cupheavy whipping cream
  • Directions

  • In small mixer bowl, beat ingredients. It keeps from 10-12 days in refrigerator.
  • Reviews

  • “Whether this is or is not like the real thing is irrelevant…it’s just tasty is what it is. So get it out of your head you’re going to recreate something like you had in England and just enjoy.”

  • “Fantastic! Made this to go with scones and strawberry preserves. SO GOOD with a cup of tea! Thank you!!!”

  • “I love devonshire cream and I had a ton of scones so I needed to find a substitute.I found a recipe online that was very close to this recipe except that it suggested using marscarpone instead of cream cheese.All I had was goat cheese so I used that and the results were fantastic!”

  • “Since the real thing is very hard to find here in the US, this is an excellent substitute.”

  • “Perfect! This is exactly the recipe I was looking for. It was perfect with the scones we had for breakfast — thanks!!”

  • “This was wonderful with raspberry jam on cream scones!”

  • “Fantastic! It is light and creamy, as a “cream” should be.It’s slightly sweet and VERY rich.Yum!I’ll make it again.My guests loved it.dashiel”

  • “My class had a tea party today and this was a great addition to the scones I made.I have never had Devonshire Cream, so I have nothing to compare it to, but this was quite good!”

  • “I used this on my tea room scones (white chocolate and cranberry) #132357.It was veeeerrry tasty.I did however use two tablespoons of powder sugar because I like mine a little sweeter.”

  • “I used this on cranberry scones.What a wonderful topping!I light cream cheese.I also used 3 teaspoons of granulated sugar.”

  • “This is wonderful on scones! Tastes just like the real thing. I like using the heavy cream rather than frozen whipped topping because I think it gives it a fresher taste.”

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