Baked Honey, Peaches & Plums with Vanilla & Oat Crumble

I’m still taking advantage of the local peach season that’s slowly winding down, but now I’m seeing beautiful plums start showing up. I just love baked plums. They take on such a gorgeous colour after baking. This dish is simple, fresh and delicious. The plums add a tiny bit of tartness from the skin. With the sweet peaches and crunchy oats, it’s a feast for your mouth and your eyes. You’re going to love it.

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What you’ll need:

Fruit Mixture
5 medium ripe peaches, peeled and sliced
6 plums
1/4 cup of honey

Crumble
3 cups of old-fashioned oats (not instant or quick oats)
3/4 cup organic cane sugar
1/2 cup butter, slightly melted
1 tsp vanilla

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What to do:

To prepare the fruit, follow the tip on easy pealing of the peaches here. Once you’ve peeled the peaches slice them and place them into a glass round pie dish. Wash and slice the plums, and place them into the dish with peaches. Drizzle the honey and mix lightly with your hands.

In a separate bowl mix the oats and sugar together, set aside. In a separate ramekin melt the butter slightly until soft but not completely melted, add vanilla and stir to combine. Pour the butter over the oat mixture and mix with your hands until the oats are evenly coated.

Scoop the prepared oat mixture on top of the fruit mixture. Bake in a pre-heated 350°F oven for about 45 minutes. After it’s done let it cool. Serve warm with ice cream if desired. Enjoy!

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