Award-winning online vegan and gluten-free bakery Positive Bakes has launched 'Not Clotted Cream' - a delicious vegan alternative to classic clotted cream, in time for National Cream Tea Day this Friday 24 June.

The vegan clotted cream, made with shea butter, coconut oil and creamy oats looks and tastes just like traditional clotted cream, and is available in generous-sized glass ramekin jars or compostable pots as part of the company's Afternoon Tea range.


Customers can now buy Afternoon Tea hampers complete with delicious vegan and gluten-free fruit or classic scones, jam, 'Not Clotted Cream' and mini loaf cakes (inspired by classic British desserts) for the full Afternoon Tea experience at home in time for National Cream Tea Day this Friday.

Positive Bakes products are free from dairy, gluten, soya, eggs, palm oil, yeast and GMOs and delivered in plastic-free compostable packaging.

Positive Bakes co-founder Aatin Anadkat said: “Our 'Not Clotted Cream' is the final jigsaw in the Cream Tea puzzle and completes our already hugely popular range of Afternoon Tea hampers. We are incredibly proud to have developed a vegan cream that is so close to traditional clotted cream in terms of taste and texture, and does not contain palm oil. We believe it is the first of its kind on the market in Britain.”

Positive Bakes is a vegan and gluten-free e-commerce brand that was started by husband and wife Aatin and Helen Anadkat in 2020, after they discovered their son had a dairy allergy. Their mission was simple - to produce the most ridiculously delicious vegan and gluten-free bakes, with the least impact on the environment.

All products are ethically-sourced and FREE FROM gluten, soya, dairy, eggs, palm oil, preservatives and are GMO-free. The company also has its own modern gluten-free and vegan bakery which is energy-efficient, where bakes are freshly-produced around the clock in small batches by artisan bakers with no risk of cross-contamination.

All cakes are packaged in compostable plastic-free packaging (a casing made from wood pulp fibres is used instead of plastic) and delivered in carboard boxes.

The brand has had some great media coverage, namely in Tatler 'Best dessert deliveries in the UK', The Independent 'Best Christmas hampers' and also recommendations in Metro, Stylist and BBC Good Food magazine, with their raspberry and white chocolate blondies making a TV appearance in 2021 on C4 Sunday Brunch. 

With sustainability and quality at their core Positive Bakes aims to spread positivity and joy through their beautiful, delectable and moreish bakes.