We’ve been pretty crazy for desserts recently, and in celebration of the return to our televisions of Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry (yes, we’re Bake Off nerds – are you surprised?) we thought we’d post another sweet recipe. This recipe for baked plums is criminally easy, quick and absolutely delicious.
Start off by preheating the oven to 170°C. Halve your plums and take out the stones then place them on a baking sheet, flat side up. Pile them up with a small knob of butter and heaped teaspoon of brown sugar. Once the oven has heated up, put them in – they should take about 10 minutes.
You’ll just have time to softly whip some double cream (about 100 ml for two people) to serve it with. Once whipped, fold in 1 tsp icing sugar and 1 tsp vanilla extract.
Serve the warm plums with the cream on top – it will start to melt straight away so eat it quickly! We had some meringues lying around which we crushed over the top, but a great alternative would be ginger biscuits.
We hope you enjoy this one! Hopefully it will get you through the long week’s wait before the next installment of the Great British Bake Off. Do you have a favourite yet?