Plum Spelt Crumble Cake

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In this delicious summer coffee cake, juicy, sweet and tangy plum halves are embedded in a buttery spelt crust and covered with a crunchy crumble topping. If you can’t get spelt, use wheat flour instead.

Plum Spelt Crumble Cake

adapted from essen und trinken
  • 100 g Wholegrain spelt flour
  • 200 g Refined spelt pastry flour
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 2/3 tsp Cinnamon powder
  • 100 g Sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 200 g Butter, diced
  • 1 Egg yolk
  • 800 g Plums
  • 2 tbsp Almonds, toasted and ground
  1. Place spelt flours, baking powder, cinnamon powder, sugar and salt in a mixing bowl. Add in diced butter and egg yolk. With a hand-held mixer, stir until well combined.
  2. Press 2/3 of the dough onto a 8 to 10-inch springform pan lined with parchment paper. Wrap the pan and the rest of dough separately with plastic film. Chill for 1 hour.
  3. Meanwhile, wash and dry the plums. Cut them into halves and remove the stones. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F.
  4. Prick dough thoroughly with a fork. Sprinkle the ground almonds over, then place the plum halves, cut side up, onto the pan. Crumble the rest of dough on the top of the plums. Bake in the center of the hot oven for about 40 minutes until golden brown. Serve, dust with powdered sugar or with ice cream.

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108 comments:

Ellen B Cookery 1/8/12 06:12

This looks fabulous! I can't wait for plums to come into season within the next couple of weeks!

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Mythreyi 1/8/12 06:57

Looks Yummm, esp the pic with ice cream..

-Mythreyi
Yum! Yum! Yum!

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Gina 1/8/12 07:08

Hi Miss Angie Dear, Missed coming by here and seeing all the yummy eats. I can't tell you how many plums I've eaten lately, but I could still go for more, especially if they are in a yummy crumble. Hopefully now my daughter is back to school I can get back to baking more. I hope everything is well with you.
-Gina-

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baker in disguise 1/8/12 07:13

this looks soo soo good.. i love recipes that use whole wheat in the recipes.. and this has fruit... this is baking totally up my alley!!

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kitchen flavours 1/8/12 07:33

Looks so delicious and beautiful, Angie! I really would love to have a slice, make that two slices! This is my kinda cake!

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Amy 1/8/12 07:39

This is a gorgeous cake! I think it's perfect for breakfast or afternoon tea.

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ping 1/8/12 08:22

A crumble pie! Two yumminess in one ... my favorite kind!
I have 3 plums in my fridge .... hmm .... I'll have to halve or even make just a third of this recipe. Better than just ogling at this :)

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Guru Uru 1/8/12 08:23

I would love this for anytime dessert my friend it looks delicious :D

Cheers
Choc Chip Uru

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Alida 1/8/12 08:37

Simply wonderful. Made to perfection. I love this.

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TasteHongKong 1/8/12 09:21

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful ...

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Baker Street 1/8/12 09:52

I just got a whole bag of plums! I was thinking crumb cake but this spelt version looks fantastic!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 1/8/12 10:49

Oh, I love this variety of plums (Quetsch) and plan on making many delicious treats with them.

This cake looks amazing!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Nizz 1/8/12 10:58

This looks delicious!! Perfect use for plums :)

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Munatycooking 1/8/12 11:24

Your Crumble Cake looks beautiful on its own, then you go ahead and add an ice cream on top! That's teasing, and I don't have plum at home :(

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anne 1/8/12 11:36

That plum cake looks lusciously delicious ! I wouldn't mind a slice or two ! lol

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Susan 1/8/12 14:20

I'm behind on making some plum jam this year, but I think it will have to wait until I try this cake. It looks so amazing and I love the addition of spelt. XOXO

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Belinda @zomppa 1/8/12 14:38

That pie is out of this world!! Some crumbly and PERFECT!!

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Kat 1/8/12 15:53

It looks absolutely perfect!! I love plums.

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Helene 1/8/12 16:14

I have never tried splet flour before, that makes a fabulous dessert!

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Tricia @ saving room for dessert 1/8/12 16:37

Wow Angie - you did it again! Love plums and crumble topping and pretty much anything you make! Beautiful cake.

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Eva 1/8/12 17:22

What a great idea to combine spelt with the plums, I'm certain the nutty flavour spelt brings to the table really made this coffee cake wonderful; and I love that it's crumbly.

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Namitha 1/8/12 17:52

So pretty ! I am in love with that last pic :)

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Pam 1/8/12 17:55

It looks BEAUTIFUL and delicious.

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Cathleen 1/8/12 18:20

This cake looks perfect! I LOVE crumble cakes. And plums. But I have never made anything with plums before! It's past time I did though :)

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Devaki 1/8/12 19:09

This crumble looks just amazing. I LOVE that you sandwiched your fruit between two layers of crumb and the addition of egg yolk had me sitting up. Something new :)))

Love it all ANGIE!

chow:) Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

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Michael Toa 1/8/12 19:17

OH YUM! I love plums and crumbles and cakes... and all in one... fantastic. Oh, and of course, ice cream too :)

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Jen @ The Scrumptious Pumpkin 1/8/12 19:23

What a beautiful coffee cake! I think I need to go out and get some fresh plums, ASAP! :)

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Catalina @ Cake with Love 1/8/12 19:25

Mmm plums, in a crumb cake!! This is heaven, I love how juicy and sweet the plums turn when baked! All that beautiful crumb topping sounds delicious!

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 1/8/12 20:38

Omg...I wish I could express how much I want a slice of that cake right now. Looks divine. I rarely ever bake with plums, not so sure why. And that perfect ice cream scoop on top. You're killin' me!!

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tigerfish 1/8/12 21:14

I especially love the look of the crumbly top :)

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Curt's Delectables 1/8/12 22:13

this looks rich with flavors going to try this one and book mark love plum anything!

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SkinnySimpleRecipes 1/8/12 22:23
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SkinnySimpleRecipes 1/8/12 22:27

This Crumble Cake looks gorgeous!!I am your new follower. Meriem

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Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook 1/8/12 22:41

I could love a coffee cake filled with those delicious plum! Looks fantastic!

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Heidi @ Food Doodles 1/8/12 23:32

Beautiful cake! I love those blue plums, they are my favorite kind of plums! I can't wait for them in a month or two!

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 1/8/12 23:35

I love plums in the summer--so much that they rarely last long enough in our home for me to bake with them! :D This looks delicious & I love how you added some nutritional value with the spelt!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 1/8/12 23:53

How delicious that looks, Angie! Especially with that scoop of ice cream. I've seen some beautiful plums at the store lately and would love to try this.

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Sonia ~ Nasi Lemak Lover 2/8/12 00:06

Look delicious and good, can I have a slice?

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Gloria 2/8/12 02:56

Angie I love this Crumble cake look beautiful!!

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Cake Duchess 2/8/12 03:26

Can't wait to find more plums here soon. Love this crumble topping...and with spelt-even better:)gorgeous cake, sweet Angie.xx

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The Squishy Monster 2/8/12 04:04

I love how often you use spelt. Gorgeous treat, my friend!

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mjskit 2/8/12 05:03

I never think of using plums in a dessert. This tart with those purple plums looks delicious!

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motherrimmy 2/8/12 05:14

I adore crumble anything. I like the use of plums, they would add a bit of tartness to the sweet crumble.

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 2/8/12 10:05

Oh WOW! This looks so tempting & i just LOVE the crumble topping! Sooo YUMMY with ice -cream! I'm melting already! heheheheeh

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Online wine store 2/8/12 12:26

This is utterly delicious. I must make it tonight. Thanks for the recipe..:)

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Top Cuisine avec Lavi 2/8/12 12:47

Angie, this recipe is delicious! Nice blog!

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lena 2/8/12 13:41

i just had dinner and now i think i want these for dessert! your crumbles are fantastic!

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Mary 2/8/12 15:18

What a gorgeous cake. It would be perfect for a company brunch. It sounds delicious. Have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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eatgood4life.blogspot.com 2/8/12 16:38

This looks awesome. I bet I can make it with other flours. Love the fact that you used plums, I have never used them before. I should now :-)

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Balvinder Ubi 2/8/12 17:03

I hopped over from KB when I saw the tag plum cake. This is one fruit that I normally see in cobblers or crumble and the word cake intrigued me. I like the idea of making a pie kind of dough and then adding fruits and crumble on top.

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Jennie @themessybakerblog 2/8/12 17:40

You had me at buttery crust! This crumble cake looks scrumptious.

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Jenny (VintageSugarcube) 2/8/12 21:39

That looks absolutely scrumptious.

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Rosita Vargas 2/8/12 23:15

Quiero llevarme un trozo para mi desayuno está muy rica y linda,abrazos hugs,hugs.

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Angela 2/8/12 23:23

Breathtaking as always.

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The Café Sucré Farine 2/8/12 23:25

Oh my, I am imagining this warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, yum!

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Beth 2/8/12 23:28

Plum crumble cake - that sounds absolutely divine! Your pictures are mouth-watering.

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All That I'm Eating 2/8/12 23:41

This looks so good, great way to use plums.

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Debra Eliot 3/8/12 00:50

Those plums look amazing. Fantastic photos and delicious looking dessert!

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Hotly Spiced 3/8/12 02:41

This is a very beautiful looking cake and I'm sure with the plums it is bursting with flavour. I love how you have used spelt flour. I'm using spelt a lot these days and am finding it a great ingredient xx

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Cakewhiz 3/8/12 03:07

I never know what to make with my plums...i once tried making plum cupcakes but they were awful. Lol. But, your crumble cake looks beautiful... Crumbly on the outside and soft on the inside! Just perfect!

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Elisabeth 3/8/12 03:24

Angie, we all know you're the "spelt queen"...no one has made so many different kind of spelt creations as you have, and this magnificent light summery plum crumble topped cake is perfect for every occasion. Love the ice cream topped slice...save that piece for me, please!
xo

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Marina@Picnic at Marina 3/8/12 03:25

I love plums, they make everything taste so delicious! Your cake is lovely... :)

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Vicki Bensinger 3/8/12 04:28

I love this, it looks so tasty. I really do need to try the spelt flour. I know I keep saying that but I have got to pick some up.

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Terra 3/8/12 05:54

I adore plums, and I adore crumb cake! I love the crumb top on your cake, it looks fantastic! Hugs, Terra

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Abhilash Pillai 3/8/12 07:03

That is a mouthwatering recipe Angie. Reading delicious recipes in the morning increases the desire of having more food in the afternoon :)

Thanks for sharing it.
Regards,
Abhilash

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rita cooks italian 3/8/12 07:39

Delicious, crumbles with spelt and jucy fruits! my plums are not ready yest, but I have got plenty of blackberries....

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sophiesfoodiefiles 3/8/12 10:42

MMMMMMMMMMM,...What a beautiful spelt plum & almonds crumble cake!

Looks spectacular too!

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My Italian Smörgåsbord 3/8/12 14:28

it is really a talent you have to make so many amazingly looking bakes with healthy flours. and I love your use of fruit in food. did you say coffee? bookmarked!

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love2dine 3/8/12 15:05

this is not only delicious looking, it’s beautiful!!

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Lynda 3/8/12 22:02

My this a beautiful cake! I never think to make plum cake, but now I really want a slice.

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Reem | Simply Reem 3/8/12 23:03

I picked so many plums yesterday only...
Now this looks like a delicious cake.... I think I will give it a try over the weekend....
Spelt flour is making me very interested here...

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Words Of Deliciousness 4/8/12 03:00

Your crumble cake looks so yummy. I have never baked with plums before, I must try.

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Roxana | Roxana's Home Baking 4/8/12 04:46

Such a beautiful summer cake Angie. I should bake more often with spent, you always have some great recipes calling for spelt flour.

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Lyndsey Chapin 4/8/12 06:42

Angie this looks amazing and I wish it was sitting in front of me right now. I am always amazed at all your great spelt recipes!

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Gerry @Foodness Gracious 4/8/12 07:46

Fantastic looking crumb cake, I really prefer things like this as opposed to a cookie or something with an espresso! Mmmm..

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Sue 4/8/12 08:12

YOur crumble cake looks stunning and delicious!

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Priya 4/8/12 09:49

Mindblowing and fantastic cake.

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peachkins 4/8/12 09:52

stunning, stunning photos!

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Barbara 4/8/12 13:15

That looks fabulous, Angie! I really must try spelt flour....you've been using it a lot and I've never tried it.

(Yes, 16 egg yolks is shocking! I halved the recipe and then ate a lot of egg white omelets that week!)

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Kathy 4/8/12 14:08

Oh Angie, This is so beautiful! Love the crumble topping…lovely!!

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Pola M 4/8/12 17:51

Wow! That looks good! I'd love some!

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lisa is cooking 4/8/12 18:52

I was just thinking about using plums in a cake, and this one looks delicious!

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Jenn Kendall 4/8/12 21:27

oh my gosh this is such a fantastic cake!

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Sawsan@chef in disguise 4/8/12 22:34

I love plums but have never thought of using them in a crumble cake!
this must be amazing and I can't wait to try it

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Norma Chang 4/8/12 23:59

I cannot believe how easy this crumble is and looks great. I should try it when my kids are home to help eat it.

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Fimère 5/8/12 01:42

un morceau ne serai pas de refus, j'adore
bonne soirée

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Reeni 5/8/12 01:53

I've never seen a more beautiful plum cake Angie! So dreamy!

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Ali 5/8/12 02:22

I've never tried a plum crumble cake before but this looks delicious!

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Ivy 5/8/12 07:56

Plum makes one of the most beautiful and delicious crumbles. It looks fabulous.

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Cass @foodmyfriend 5/8/12 12:03

That looks amazing! Perfect Winter dessert. Big scoop of ice cream and I'm in!

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Bianca 5/8/12 12:04

This is so delicious.. Made it yesterday evening, nothing left in the morning. Have a super Sunday :)

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Chic & Gorgeous Treats 6/8/12 11:29

oh gosh.. this is wicked good. I usually eat plums as they are and rarely incorporate them to my treats. Definitely have so much more to experiment on and I am always left inspired after reading through your goodies.. cheers, Jo

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Terrianne, Call me Ree 6/8/12 12:46

This looks irresistible. I love how bright the prunes became after baking. We'd really enjoy this in my house. =)

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Katie 6/8/12 19:57

Angie, this looks divine! I am a huge fan of anything with crumble on top.

Katie

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Asmita 7/8/12 06:11

This looks "WOW". So inviting!

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sophiesfoodiefiles 7/8/12 20:52

I have made twice your tasty crumble cake & it tasted divine, Angie!

A huge thanks to you! :) xxx

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Thom Zehrfeld 8/8/12 00:38

I messed up! I didn't get in line to get a piece of this. Super recipe as always!

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Lizzy Do 8/8/12 20:28

I am a huge fan of fruit desserts! I need to pick up some plums and try your crumble :)

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MaryMoh 8/8/12 20:59

That's a really beautiful crumble cake.With that scoop of ice cream....mmmm....drooling heavily :D I would love to try this one day. Thanks very much for sharing.

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marie@citronlimette 8/8/12 22:14

Looks so beautiful and delicious.

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Yudith @ Blissfully Delicious 9/8/12 03:55

I haven't baked using spelt, but I have been meaning to. This will be a good introduction to it. Thanks for sharing Angie!

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Biren @ Roti n Rice 9/8/12 04:04

Your crumble cake looks delicious! Wish I can have a slice for dessert right now.

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My Little Space 9/8/12 11:04

Ooo...I love the last photo very much. So irresistible!
Kristy

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grace 9/8/12 23:11

i've never eaten plums any way except raw, but this looks glorious! i imagine i might have a battle getting the pits out, but it surely must be worth it. :)

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Monet 10/8/12 04:54

Delicious! I love all these recipes with spelt!

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Amelia 11/8/12 04:41

Hi Angie, this look awesome, should paired very well with vanilla ice cream. Gorgeous photos.

Have a nice weekend.

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Tania @ A Perfect Pantry 13/8/12 02:20

My neighbour always gives me a huge bag of plums each summer from his trees, so I know what I'll be making with them Your tart looks so delicious.

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