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Roasted Plums with Greek Yogurt, Honey, and Almonds

Roasted Plums with Greek Yogurt, Honey, and Almonds

When we bought our house, one of the selling points was the plum tree along the fence. I knew we would enjoy eating ripe, juicy plums right off the tree every summer. So far, we have, but the tree has gone above and beyond our wildest dreams. It must really like us, because it keeps producing buckets and buckets of plums. To use up some of our plums, I made a special treat for breakfast, roasted plums with Greek yogurt, honey, and almonds. After one bite, I knew I would be making this plum recipe again.

I love oven roasting tomatoes, asparagus, winter vegetables, etc., so why not try roasting some of our never ending plums? I drizzled the plums with honey and sprinkled them with brown sugar and cinnamon. The oven did the rest of the work. I love the flavor roasting brings out in just about everything and I was not disappointed with roasted plums. The flavor was intense-sweet, tart, and juicy.

I spooned the roasted plums over a dish of creamy Greek yogurt. I added a dab of honey and chopped almonds to finish off my refreshing breakfast treat. The tender, shiny plums melted in my mouth and left me with a new love for my plum tree. A true celebration of summer.

Roasted Plums with Greek Yogurt, Honey, and Almonds

Yield: Serves 4

Cook Time: 15-20 minutes

Ingredients:

1 pound plumbs, pitted and cut in half
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
24 ounces Greek yogurt
Drizzle of honey
Almonds, chopped

Directions:

1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with foil and spray with cooking spray. Set aside.

2. In a medium bowl, combine plums, honey, brown sugar, and cinnamon. Stir well.

3. Pour plums onto the prepared baking sheet. Roast in the oven for 15-20 minutes or until plums are soft and juicy. Make sure you stir the plums at least once. Remove from oven and let cool.

4. Put yogurt into serving dishes or bowls. Top yogurt with roasted plums, a drizzle of honey, and almonds. Serve immediately.

*Note-roasted plums are also good on frozen yogurt and ice cream.

If you like this roasted plum recipe, you might also like:

Roasted Plum & Creamy Chai Rice Pudding from Sweet Tartelette
Roasted Plums with Tarragon Ice Cream from Cannelle et Vanille
Sugar-Roasted Plums with Balsamic and Rosemary Syrup from Serious Eats

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65 Responses to “Roasted Plums with Greek Yogurt, Honey, and Almonds”

  1. 43
    doggybloggy — August 31, 2010 @ 8:21 am

    how nice to have such a great plum tree – this is exactly what I would want for breakfast right now!

  2. 44
    Judimae — August 31, 2010 @ 9:16 am

    What a yummy, easy, recipe with beautiful photography. I use to have two Santa Rosa plum trees when I lived in California. It yielded the sweetest, best plums that were to die for. I must try this recipe soon. Thanks for sharing.

  3. 45
    Sandie {A Bloggable Life} — August 31, 2010 @ 9:56 am

    You are so fortunate to have a plum tree growing along your fence line! And what a lovely recipe to have presented with your bounty! Gorgeous, Maria. Just gorgeous!

  4. 46
    Megan — August 31, 2010 @ 3:17 pm

    This looks incredible. I just love how the simplest dishes can be so flavorful. And I am super jealous that you have a plum tree — well any fruit-bearing tree really!

  5. 47
    Anna@Tallgrass Kitchen — August 31, 2010 @ 7:15 pm

    I would LOVE to have a plum tree – and this is a simple, lovely recipe. Thank you.

  6. 48
    Jenn AKA The Leftover Queen — August 31, 2010 @ 8:03 pm

    This looks absolutely delicious! A plum tree would definitely be a selling point for me too!

  7. 49
    Kristen — August 31, 2010 @ 9:18 pm

    A plum tree would be fantastic! What a delicious recipe!

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  9. 50
    Feast on the Cheap — September 3, 2010 @ 10:21 am

    Mmmm, sounds like an extra tasty way to start the day!

  10. 51
    Cookin' Canuck — September 4, 2010 @ 7:44 am

    How lucky you are to have such a prolific tree! Fantastic, healthy way to highlight fresh plums.

  11. 52
    best cook — September 4, 2010 @ 11:51 pm

    I mostly like the way you roast the plums, never thought of it before. Thank you for posting. P.S. Love your pictures too.

  12. 53
    Barbara @ moderncomfortfood — September 6, 2010 @ 8:33 am

    I’m totally smitten with this simple, light, and healthy recipe, which must really bring out the beautiful flavors of tree ripened plums. I can also picture this working very well for dessert, perhaps with a bit of extra honey. Brilliant!

  13. 54
    m — September 8, 2010 @ 11:18 pm

    these look delicious! then again, anything with greek yogurt and honey can’t be too bad! :) your blog lovely!

    • twopeas replied: — September 9th, 2010 @ 6:21 am

      Thank you!

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  16. 55
    Jeanette — August 28, 2011 @ 11:25 pm

    Love the simplicity of this recipe – envious that you have a plum tree in our backyard! What else are you making with all these lovely plums?

  17. 56
    steph (whisk/spoon) — September 6, 2011 @ 8:16 pm

    you are so lucky to have a plum tree! i’m thinking of trying to roast some prune plums i bought at the farmers’ market. sounds like an interesting thing to do with them!

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