Slow Cooker Strawberry Jam and Scone Pudding

Slow Cooker Strawberry Jam and Scone Pudding

While the sun does keep showing its face here, it quickly disappears behind clouds to produce April showers with a bite to the wind.

After a long day walking in the countryside and working up a healthy appetite, I found some scones that needed to be used up in the bread bin, and thought I could make a cream tea-inspired pudding in the slow cooker as a treat for the family.

It was time to make a slow cooker strawberry jam and scone pudding!

Slow cooker strawberry jam and scone pudding

Strawberry jam, sultana scones, and a homemade custard combine to make this tasty warming pud.

This is proper comfort food, which if they’re anything like my lot, the whole family will love.

Slow Cooker Strawberry Jam and Scone Pudding

If you like my recipe for slow cooker strawberry jam and scone pudding, have a look at my guide to baking and making puddings in the slow cooker, with loads of recipes and tips for slow cooker baking.

You can also find lots more slow cooker desserts in my archives or by using the search function!

Slow Cooker Strawberry Jam and Scone Pudding

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Slow Cooker Jam & Scone Pudding

Slow Cooker Strawberry Jam and Scone Pudding

A comforting pudding made in the slow cooker with jam and scones
5 from 2 votes
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Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Slow Cooker
Keyword: bread pudding, jam, scones
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours 5 minutes
Servings: 4
Calories: 315kcal


  • 6 sultana scones sliced
  • 50 g Strawberry jam to spread on the scones
  • 300 ml semi-skimmed milk
  • 1 large egg
  • 4 tsp caster sugar
  • 1 tsp caster sugar to sprinkle on top


  • Slice the scones in half, and spread them with jam.
  • Arrange half of the scones in the base of the slow cooker.
  • Whisk the milk, egg and 4 tsp of sugar in a jug, and pour it over the scones.
  • Add the rest of the scones on top, and sprinkle on the remaining teaspoon of sugar.
  • Cook on high for approx. 1.5 to 2 hours, or until the custard is set, with a tea towel under the lid to catch water dripping off it.



Note: I made this in an oval 3.5 litre slow cooker. If you have a larger slow cooker you would need to increase the quantities or it will be very shallow.
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with Casa Costello and Maison Cupcake

with From Plate to Pen guest-hosting this month, usual hosts Fab For 4 All and Fuss Free Flavours

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Oh wow Lucy! This looks amazing!! I still haven’t made a cake of baked using the slow cooker. This looks like something my hubby would love! x #tastytuesdays

Fuss Free Helen

I actually think that it is worth baking scones just to make this! What an amazing idea. Thanks for sharing with #creditcrunchmunch

You know I always forget that scones exist and I’m not sure why! We need a scone revival! Thanks for joining in with #BAKEoftheWEEK – round up and new week’s linky is now live on my site.

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Flipping hek! You are getting more and more creative – just incredible. Would never have thought of using scones. Thanks again for joining in with #bakeoftheWeek

I absolutely love the idea of using up leftover scones this way. If only I’d seen this #BakeoftheWeek post earlier today – we have 4 left form this morning’s batch that the kids made!
Thanks for a great idea!

Loving this, afternoon tea and a pudding all in one, just need a dollop of clotted cream for a fabulous treat:-) Thanks for a delicious #CreditCrunchMunch entry:-)


What a brilliant idea Lucy. I reckon this would make a fantastic dessert to celebrate the Queen’s 90th come 12th June! Thanks for linking up to #CreditCrunchMunch

What a great way to use up leftover scones, a fab idea & definitely a comfort pud to try. Thanks for sharing Lucy x


What a brilliant idea Lucy – next time I make scones I will make an extra set so that I can try it.


I have yet to make this kind of pudding in my slow cooker (mostly because we would never have leftover scones in my house!) but it looks like pure comfort food. Yum!

This looks tasty and easy to make. Wonderful idea to make in the slow cooker. Stumbled and Pinned.

What a great idea to use up some scones. I have never thought of using my slow cooker for sweet things … You have opened up a whole new world!