12 months +

Roasted Plum With Oat Crumble

Prep: 10-30 mins
Cooks in: 10-30 mins
Serves: 2 adults and 2 children

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Suitable for:

  • Vegan

  • Gluten free

  • Vegetarian

Ingredients

Roasted plums

3 large plums 
Coconut oil (or melted butter) to brush

Almond & oat crumble

3 tbsp porridge oats (or gluten free oat)
1 tbsp ground almonds (or desiccated coconut if nut allergies)
½ tsp ground cinnamon 
1 tbsp melted coconut oil (or butter)
2 tbsp maple syrup (or honey for children over 12 months)

 

Mascarpone cream

150g of mascarpone
3 tsp lemon juice
3 tsp maple syrup (or honey for children over 12 months)
¼ tsp vanilla extract
A couple of mint leaves (optional)

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Method

Step 1

Preheat the oven to 200°C/fan 180°C/gas mark 6. Line a baking tray with parchment paper.

 

 

 

Can be enjoyed warm or cold. 

For younger babies, blend the plum into a smooth puree or mash to suit and serve just with the mascarpone cream. For toddlers you can roughly chop the plum into bigger pieces and serve with the crumble topping and mascarpone cream.

Be safe! Avoid the crumble for little ones under 7 months.

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Method

Step 2

Prepare the crumble by mixing the oats, ground almonds and cinnamon powder together in a small bowl. Add melted coconut oil (or butter) and maple syrup. Stir until you get a crumble texture.

Can be enjoyed warm or cold. 

For younger babies, blend the plum into a smooth puree or mash to suit and serve just with the mascarpone cream. For toddlers you can roughly chop the plum into bigger pieces and serve with the crumble topping and mascarpone cream.

Be safe! Avoid the crumble for little ones under 7 months.

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Method

Step 3

Spread crumble on baking tray. Bake for 10-15 mins until golden and crisp. Remove from oven and set aside to cool down.

Can be enjoyed warm or cold. 

For younger babies, blend the plum into a smooth puree or mash to suit and serve just with the mascarpone cream. For toddlers you can roughly chop the plum into bigger pieces and serve with the crumble topping and mascarpone cream.

Be safe! Avoid the crumble for little ones under 7 months.

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Method

Step 4

Put the grill on to 275°C. Cut plums in half and remove stones carefully, brush each plum all over with some melted coconut oil (or butter). Arrange plums in an oven proof dish, cut side up. Place until the grill for around 5 mins or until the plums soften.

Can be enjoyed warm or cold. 

For younger babies, blend the plum into a smooth puree or mash to suit and serve just with the mascarpone cream. For toddlers you can roughly chop the plum into bigger pieces and serve with the crumble topping and mascarpone cream.

Be safe! Avoid the crumble for little ones under 7 months.

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Method

Step 5

While the plums are in the oven, mix mascarpone with lemon juice, maple syrup and vanilla extract in a small bowl.

 

Can be enjoyed warm or cold. 

For younger babies, blend the plum into a smooth puree or mash to suit and serve just with the mascarpone cream. For toddlers you can roughly chop the plum into bigger pieces and serve with the crumble topping and mascarpone cream.

Be safe! Avoid the crumble for little ones under 7 months.

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Method

Step 6

To serve, dollop the mascarpone cream on a plate. Add 2 halves plum per adult or 1 half plum per child on top of mascarpone cream. Sprinkle with crumble. Add a couple of mint leaves on top if using.

Can be enjoyed warm or cold. 

For younger babies, blend the plum into a smooth puree or mash to suit and serve just with the mascarpone cream. For toddlers you can roughly chop the plum into bigger pieces and serve with the crumble topping and mascarpone cream.

Be safe! Avoid the crumble for little ones under 7 months.

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