Plum Tart

IngredientsQtyProteinFatCHO
Almond meal or almond flour - 2 cups
220g
46.5
110
20
Erythritol - 1/2 cup
100g
0
0
0
Baking soda - 1/2 teaspoon
1/2 tsp
0
0
0
Salt - 1/4 teaspoon
1/4 tsp
0
0
0
Butter, melted - 2 tablespoons
40g
0
32
0
Egg, large - 1
60g
8
7
0.5
Plums - 5 medium
400g
3
1
40

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IngredientQtyProteinFatCHO
Double cream - 1 tablespoon
20ml
0
9
0
Coconut yogurt - 2 tablespoons
40ml
1
10
1

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Serves - 12
per Serve - main ingredients:     150 cal   /   650 kJ   


Plums: If you don't have plums, any stone fruit will work with this recipe. Even apple or pear will taste great, especially with a pinch of cinnamon added to the crust. If you are tracking carbs, just keep the weight of substituted fruit to 400g and it will work out much the same as the plums. 


Almonds: you can use almond meal (with skin) or almond flour (without skin). You can make almond meal in a blender or food processor. It will have a courser texture than almond flour.
 

Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius
Line a 23cm/9 inch round pie dish with grease proof paper.
 

  • Combine the almond meal or flour with baking soda, erythritol and salt
  • Add the melted butter and egg and combine well
  • Press the dough out flat in the lined pie dish, speading evenly to cover the base (a sticky job)
  • Layer the top of the dough with slices of fresh plum
  • Place in the oven for 25 minutes or until the plums are soft and the dough is toasted brown.


Serve with a dollop of cream or coconut yogurt
 

 

  • Prep time - 30mins
  • Cooking time - 30mins
  • Serves - 12

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