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Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Broiled Plums with Sour Cream and Honey

Broiled Plums with Sour Cream and Honey is quick and easy! This will be one of the easiest and most delicious breakfast dishes to offer, whether at home or camping in your RV!


I mentioned in the last post for Nuts and Honey Granola that we had begun a new journey. Our house is ready for a closing date and we are packing up the household for safe storage. And while we have so much work to do, it is also energizing at the same time. Because to achieve a dream and carry it through is very empowering. We have six or seven steps to take in this new journey and each step will be a bit of a challenge and bring joy at the same time.

Alongside packing up our life, is the strong need to stay well-fed. Here, in my little apartment kitchen, I am packaging up staples and going through recipes to take with me so we eat as healthy on the road as we do at home. I don't really cook much differently when we are out and about in the RV. I have learned to tame the flame* in my RV oven allowing me to serve all our favorites, like these Easy Oven Baked Whole Wheat Pancakes.  Or this pan of Easy Overnight Baked Amish Oatmeal.  For me, that little oven in the RV is a good friend! While having coffee with my hubby, breakfast is cooking. All the food when you are camping, should
be this good!


You will find, that this recipe for Broiled Plums with Sour Cream and Honey is just as delicious made at home! Served as part of any meal it will bring smiles from those around your table, and that always makes a cook happy. While it is perfect for the weekend, it is easy enough for any day of the week. Flexible recipes like that are my favorite recipes and we enjoy them whenever possible. You know easy-to-cook food is often some of the most delicious...and it doesn't leave you with tons of clean-up. Because who wants to do a lot of clean-up when there is a beautiful day to enjoy?


Some thoughts on this recipe:

Don't feel locked into using fresh plums. Nectarines and peaches are just as delicious. 

Sour cream is listed, but greek yogurt or even cottage cheese are also delicious!

And if you would like a little crunch on top, sprinkle with your favorite granola or chopped nuts.

The amount of sugar used is minimal just enough to get a little crust when broiling the fruit.


Ingredients needed for this recipe:
  • plums, nectarines, or peaches
  • sugar
  • sour cream, Greek yogurt, cottage cheese
  • honey or jam
  • cinnamon 
You will also need:
  • kitchen knife
  • chopping board
  • flat/shallow pan for broiling
  • kitchen spoon
Now we are ready to begin!
 


Broiled Plums with Sour Cream and Honey
by the seat of my pants!

Plums, nectarines, or peaches
sugar - 1 to 2 teaspoons, 
Sour Cream or Greek-style yogurt
Honey, or Jam
Cinnamon or any spice you enjoy
granola or chopped nuts

Wash the fruit, remove pits and the peel if desired. 

Place fruit into a shallow pan. 




Sprinkle lightly with sugar. 

Broil until lightly browned.




Top with sour cream or yogurt, and drizzle with honey or a spoonful of jam.  

Add a bit of cinnamon if you like, or granola or chopped nuts.

Storage options for Broiled Plums with Sour Cream and Honey. Store covered in the refrigerator for up to three days. These are also delicious cold...

* RVKitchen tip. To tame the flame in your oven, place a small cast iron griddle (no larger than 8X12) over the flame to spread out the heat and eliminate hot spots. 


UPDATE:  For your convenience, a "copy and paste" version of Broiled Plums with Sour Cream and Honey has been included below. 

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Broiled Plums with Sour Cream and Honey
by the seat of my pants!

Plums, nectarines, or peaches
sugar - 1 to 2 teaspoons, 
Sour Cream or Greek-style yogurt
Honey, or Jam
Cinnamon or any spice you enjoy
granola or chopped nuts

Wash the fruit, remove pits and the peel if desired. 

Place fruit into a shallow pan. 

Sprinkle lightly with sugar. 

Broil until lightly browned.

Top with sour cream or yogurt, and drizzle with honey or a spoonful of jam.  

Add a bit of cinnamon if you like, or granola or chopped nuts.

Storage options for Broiled Plums with Sour Cream and Honey. Store covered in the refrigerator for up to three days. These are also delicious cold...

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  1. Oooooh -- now I can't wait for plum season!

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    1. Our Italian Plum trees froze out last year, I sure hope I can find plums at the farmer's market to make this again. It is so simple, yet so good!

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  2. This sounds so delicious! Getting ready for change is hard work for sure!

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    1. Change is a challenge for sure! But it adds excitement to our lives as well, like your new kitchen spot, I can't wait to see it! Kitchens are my weakness...and this plum recipe is good too!

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  3. It's Judee from Gluten Free A-Z Blog. For some reason the new comment system on blogger only allows me to comment anonymously. Anyway, great recipe. Love the plums and interesting flavors.

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