This time I oped for the Gingerbread bar. It is amazing as a snack on its own, but I'm currently more than a little bit intrigued to explore the possibilities of cooking with these dense little bars of fruity, nutty goodness, so I restrained myself and used it to make pudding instead.
|Artistically served under a blanket of yoghurt!|
I wanted to keep it a) very easy and quick and b) as healthy as I could, and the result is a pud that is ready in 15 mins and only has 4 ingredients:
|2 of the 4 ingredients|
|Ready to be baked|
- 4 small not particularly ripe red plums
- 1 Nakd Gingerbread bar
- 1 large chunky or 2 normal sized plain oatcakes
- 2 tsp runny honey
Preheat the oven to 180C
Half the plums and cut out the stones.
Place the plums cut side up in a casserole dish.
Chop the Nakd bar into very small chunks.
Crumble the oatcake into a small bowl.
Add the Nakd bar, honey and mix thoroughly.
Press teaspoons of the mixture into the stone cavity and over the cut surface of each plum.
Bake for 15 mins until the topping starts to brown.
Cool for a minute or two before serving, unless you like burning your mouth with molten plum!