What you´ll need:
- 125 grams of (cold) butter
- 125 grams of cane sugar
- 125 grams of self-raising flower
- 50 grams of walnuts
- a pinch of salt
- cinnamon and cardamom, together half a teaspoon
- plums, 6 big ones, 8 smaller ones
What you'll need to do:
Preheat the oven at 200 ˚C. Wash, destone and cut the plums into chunky parts, and add them to a buttered tin.
Make the crumble topping by mixing the flower, sugar, butter, salt, cinnamon and cardemom with your hands, until you get a crumble-y mixture like in the picture.
Chop the walnuts and add this to the topping.
Add this to the plums and bake for 25 to 30 minutes, until the topping gets a golden colour.
You can eat this crumble warm or cold, with or without a scoop of ice cream. If you don't want to make a whole crumble, you can also freeze the topping and use it when needed. Enjoy!
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I love any type of crumble! Yours looks delicious! Good idea to bake the plums a bit before adding the topping - especially if the fruit is super firm. I might try this with apples :)ReplyDelete
I always thought that crumble is so hard to make! I may try this recipe too. Looks yum!ReplyDelete
If even I can make it, you can make it too!Delete
Oh yum, I also love crumble and plums. I am such a fan of fruity pies and tarts so this is totally my kind of thing. Bookmarking the recipe right away. Psst: I am about to send you an email. Have you seen this morning's post? xo :)ReplyDelete
Yes I've seen it, I am so excited!Delete
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Crumble topping makes it all the more delicious! Yum. I don't think I've ever tried a plum dessert. It's about time, don't you think? =0)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the recipe.
Yes I think it it :-)Delete
Oh, looks delicious!!ReplyDelete
I can relate to your thoughts "while everyone is saying that it's easy to make, i always end up making the worst disaster" This happens to me in so many aspects and situations heeheeReplyDelete
Just looking at the pictures, I can tell it tastes great!
Btw, I have to say that you really take great photos. All your photos are worthy of a magazine spread
Thanks Diane, your comment made my day! I have to admit that lots and lots of pictures are taken before ending up with these :-)Delete
Oh my gosh! Marieken, this looks sooooo yummy. I used to make apple crumble a lot, but the kids don't like it too much anymore. They might like this plum version. TY for sharing:)ReplyDelete
Looks yummy! Thanks for sharing the recipe!ReplyDelete
I will for sure try it. You make it seem so easy although I don't think I will manage to make it look so yummy like yours ;)ReplyDelete
Omg. That looks delicious. Your pictures always make things look so appetizing.ReplyDelete
Yum, this looks super tasty and aslo helathy(ish) for a dessert! Cinnamon and cardamon are two of my favourite spices so I can imagine this is divine :) xxReplyDelete
I've never had a plum crumble but it looks delicious!ReplyDelete
Mmmm...I'll take mine warm, ala mode!ReplyDelete