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Food: Filling and Healthy Plum Tart


Today's recipe is a good'un and I feel confident saying that as my family actually ate it and enjoyed it too. (They're a fussy bunch!)

I present to you my plum tart. It has juicy plums and a nice almond taste combined with a nice cake like consistency, but the denseness of a tart.


I'm really not doing this cake justice. However, it is definitely something I'll be making again. (and again and again!)


"Filling and Healthy Plum Tart" servings="6" time="40mins" difficulty="easy"


1 Punnet of plums

80g Oats

1 banana

2 eggs

Almond extract

120ml skimmed milk or unsweetened almond milk

20g of light soft brown sugar


1) Preheat the oven to 160 degrees

2) Place your oats in a blender and mix until they resemble flour.

3) Then add the banana, eggs & almond extract until it resembles a batter, then slowly add your milk.

4) Once all the milk has been added, pour the mixture into your serving dish.

5) Take the stones out of your plums and then cut them in half, so they fill the outside of your dish, then and for the next layer cut them into quarters (they'll sink which will give a nice layer to the tart.)

6) Once all the plums have been added, sprinkle the soft brown sugar over the top of the tart.

7) Put in the oven and bake for around 20-25 mins, until golden brown and springy to touch.

8) Cut, cool and serve.


It may be worth saving half the sugar and adding it at the end and placing the tart under the grill so it becomes caramelized.

The whole thing is 4 propoints (on F&H) but one slice will be 0