This are autumn recipe I made last year, in 2020, beautiful number but it was tough year though. In early autumn we have abundance of plum as it in season, cheap and yummy. Unfortunately it is only me who enjoy it, occasionally my daughter too, but most of the time it is only me, don’t know why, even though it is delicious.

So that is why this recipe is for personal serve. I want to have something warm which is almost all the time I prefer something soothing and comfort and I found a lot of support from food *sigh.

This crumble is tart, not too sweet, and by adding the dried fruits, it make the crumble even more fresh, you could always add brown sugar in it, and switch it into apple instead of plum. I just love plum, the colour is beautiful and good for my digestion.

The crumble itself is crunchy from the chop mix nut, not too sweet, and a bit savoury. I was thinking it is almost like Christmasy apple pie but without Christmas, apple and the pastry, hehehe. Maybe because of the Cinnamon and the suave plum and crunchy crumble.




  • 2 tbs plant based cold butter
  • 3 tbs oatmeal
  • Hand full chop mix nut (mine also have some dried fruit in it, cherry, blueberry and raisin)
  • 1/2 tsp organic ground cinnamon
  • 2 tbs cup all purpose flour
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 3 tbs brown sugar
  • Pinch of sea salt


  • 2-3 Small plum, pitted and slice it in small wedges
  • 2 tbs of brown sugar
  • 2 tbs of all purpose flour
  • 1/2 tsp organic ground cinnamon


  1. Pre heat the oven for 175 Celsius degree
  2. For the filling, mix all the ingredient thoroughly. Then set aside.
  3. For the crumble, mix all the ingredient, except the chop nut, mix thoroughly well. Then add chop nut, if you find some small chunk of butter just let it be.
  4. In medium size ramekin, place the filling in the base of ramekin, then top with the crumble, put the crumble evenly on top of the filling. For mine, I add extra dried fruit for flavour.
  5. Bake the crumble in the oven for 20-25 minute, or until golden. Then take out from the oven.
  6. I serve mine just as it is, but you could also add some cream.


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