Grain-free Prune Plum Crumble
This time of the year used to be my favorite time as a child. Not only because it was summer and all kids were off from school. It was also prune plum season and if you have ever visited Munich/Germany around that time it is time for Zwetschgendatschi, which is the most delicious prune plum cake. It is my absolute favorite dessert and I recall times where I would eat the whole cake by myself. Which btw I don’t recommend to do :).
Inspired by my recent stay in Germany I felt like recreating something similar. And since I am so in love with my Rhubarb-Strawberry-Crisp and my Apple-Crisp I thought I would do something similar with prune plums. The outcome was so delicious and I cannot wait to share this prune plum crumble recipe with you.
To get the best prune plums just visit your local farmers market.
They are currently in season and therefore super juicy and delicious. Unless you are like my parents and have a fancy stone removing devise, it is a bit annoying to remove all the stones, but it is totally worth it. Simply slice the prune plums lengthwise with a sharp knife. If the prune plums are ripe enough it should be fairly easy to remove the stone.
Once you got rid of the sone cut the half’s into 4 slices like I did in the picture above. Place them in a casserole and add the crumbles on top. Voila! I recommend to eat it while its still warm. Add some whipped creme, coconut whipped creme or ice cream to it if you like.
The finished result is supposed to look very juicy on the bottom. For the best prune plum crumble results make sure the prune plums are ripe. If they are still a bit unripe and the crumble looks a bit dry after the cooking time is up, add 1/4 cup water evenly on top and bake for another 5-10 minutes.