I have taken it upon myself to re-name this recipe to “the key to my mother’s heart.”
Plums are pretty much my mommy’s favorite fruit ever. She loves them all: sweet, sour, black, red, overripe, fresh, baked, dried, juiced… you name it.
So I jumped at the chance to invite her over when I was making these and as soon as I said the magic words (plum cake, duh) she came right over. She says she came for the company but I think she secretly came for the cake 😉 She walked in and could smell the plums mingling with the cake and cinnamon and she was eager to try some! Which is rare as my mom isn’t really one for a lot of sugary baked sweets.
Lucky for her, I scaled back the recipe (I quartered it and it was perfect for 3 ramekins) which meant that it was in and out of the oven in no time. Topping it with some homemade vanilla ice cream (recipe coming soon, promise) guaranteed that this dessert wouldn’t last long.
And that held true. She inhaled it and loved every delicious, warm bite.
That makes it a definite repeat in this house 🙂
A big thanks to Becky of Project Domestication for choosing this recipe, you made my mom very happy 🙂
Head on over to Becky’s blog for the recipe. (Or click here to go directly to it.)
8 thoughts on “Flip Over Plum Cake – TWD”
What a sweet lovely daughter you are! Im sure your mom enjoyed every bite she took! I love your idea of using ramekins! The ice cream on top is the finishing touch to a perfect cake!
Yay, glad your mom was so happy about this one! My step-father felt much the same way 🙂 I love that you made it in ramekins, they’re so cute.
I love the idea of making this in ramekins for everyone. Yours look gorgeous!
Love your individual servings. It’s always fun to have your own little serving of wonderful! And this recipe was wonderful.
I’m glad your mom liked it! I love plums and this was very good. It looks great with ice cream.
This looks really good, and all the better if you made your mom happy!
So cute in the ramekins! I’ll have to remember that for next time. =)
I thought this recipe was fantastic, maybe even edging out the Dimply Plum Cake! Glad your mom, aka the Plum Lover, agreed