Delicious Autumn plums are our fresh food pick this week! This recipe is so delicious and is a great way to use any late season stone fruit that may have seen better days... Blood Plum Rockets thanks to Guest recipe contributor @eva_and_tissy Poached blood plums and nectarines 2 cups natural greek yoghurt Dash of honey Poach nectarines and plums until reduced and soft. Allow to cool. Blend all ingredients and freeze in rocket moulds. Makes 4. Save leftover poached fruit for breakfast! Or don’t freeze the mix and make natural fruit yoghurt! #realfoodforkids#gourmetjuniors#recipeoftheday#bloodplums#stonefruit#healthytreat Moulds available from @minimax_aus and online at @petersofkensington
About to cook up the last of our blood plums. Maybe to go with a baked rice pudding ... hubby grew up eating runny rice pudding cooked in a saucepan while I grew up with my Mum making baked custard rice pudding with cinnamon on top. #bloodplums#seasonaleating#homeorchard
Such a generous gift from our friend @paulbangay – 7 kilos of blood plums! I have shared with friends and made a spicy chutney and stewed and frozen lots for breakfast. My fingers are so sore from gouging out the sharp little stones.
How good do these backyard #bloodplums look!! #firstworldproblems of food intolerances however, leave me unable to tolerate plums as part of my #lowfodmapdiet 😢. Going to make friends with coworkers and neighbours giving these away...