A Sweet Little Plum And Almond Pudding

This plum pudding is easy to make and even quicker to eat. Slightly sweet, a little tart, and altogether very moreish, the mix of the nutty almond flour and the sour plums is a perfect match.

This plum pudding is easy to make and even quicker to eat. Slightly sweet, a little tart, and altogether very moreish, the mix of the nutty almond flour and the sour plums is a perfect match.

Heavenly even, if you add a dollop or two of double thick cream. But the hardest part – and absolutely essential if you want to enjoy this pudding at the right texture – is to let it cool for a bit to gather some firmness after coming out of the oven.

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Plum and Almond Pudding

This plum pudding is easy to make and even quicker to eat. Slightly sweet, a little tart, and altogether very moreish, the mix of the nutty almond flour and the sour plums is a perfect match.
Servings 2
Total Time 1 hr

Ingredients
 
 

  • 100 g ground almonds
  • 100 g sugar
  • 100 g melted butter
  • 2 large eggs
  • 6 fresh plums

Instructions
 

  • Pre-heat the oven to 180 °C
  • Grease a 23cm baking dish
  • Combine almonds, sugar, melted butter and eggs and mix well to form a smooth batter
  • Halve fruit, remove stones and slice thickly
  • Arrange fruit on the base of the baking dish and pour over the batter
  • Bake for 40-50 minutes, until a skewer inserted comes out clean
  • Serve with lashings of custard, cream or ice cream (or just eat it straight from the dish, like we did)
  • With gratitude to Justine Drake for sharing this very secret recipe

Notes

Almond flour isn’t just delicious, it’s also healthy, nutritious, and gluten-free.
Course: Baking, Sweets and Desserts
Keyword: almond, baking, desserts, gluten free, plum, sweets, tart
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