Recipe – Chegworth Valley Plum Cobbler

It started with seeing the season’s first plums at the Chegworth Valley Farm stand at the London’s Farmers Market and it ended with…delicious plum cobbler. 

Chegworth Farm Plums

It was a hopeful attempt having never made plum cobbler but so easy and worth a try.  So glad I did!!

My Plum Cobbler

Serves 2

10 small Plums, stones removed and chopped

1 tbsp butter, melted

3/4 cup, self-rising (or raising) flour

3/4 cup, vanilla sugar (you could use regular granulated sugar)

3/4 cup, milk

2 tsp cinnamon

Demura sugar, optional

Plum Cobbler

Place plums in dish or dishes.  (I used 2 small ones for 2 individual portions.)  Mix all other ingredients – butter, flour, sugar, milk and cinnamon.  Pour mixture in dish.  Top with demura sugar.

Bake at 180C degrees  for 22-25 minutes. 

Serve warm alone or with ice cream, milk, or creme fraiche.  Enjoy!

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2 responses to “Recipe – Chegworth Valley Plum Cobbler

  1. glamorous glutton

    It’s great when you get inspiration from fresh produce. Your cobbler looks delicious. GG

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