Spoon into this plum frangipane dessert with tangy plums, sweet almond filling and crunchy topping. An easy gluten-free fall treat baked and served in ramekins.
Happy October! Now that fall is here, it’s time to bake! I love spending time in the kitchen trying new recipes that incorporate seasonal fruits and vegetables. If you feel the same way, you’ll enjoy the collection of recipes my friends and I have put together as part of The Happy Housie’s Seasonal Simplicity series. Continue reading to discover all kinds of scrumptious fall recipe ideas!
A couple weeks ago I picked up a rather large basket of plums at the market. Not going to lie, I was mostly drawn to their deeply-hued colour and knew they’d look beautiful on our kitchen counter. What I didn’t realize is how darn tasty they’d be.
As a kid, I was turned off plums and didn’t get back to enjoying them until a few years ago. Let’s just say it had something to do with eating lunch in elementary school, then hopping on the merry-go-round a short while after. You get the picture…
Nonetheless, this batch went rather quickly. Beforehand, I managed to save a few with the intention of making a tart. I baked a plum and berry galette a few years ago and remembered how much we all enjoyed it. Now that I eat gluten-free, I was thinking of ways to make something similar so we weren’t missing out on that deliciousness. That’s when frangipane came to mind.
Plum Frangipane Ramekin Desserts
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What is Frangipane Made Of?
I used butter, sugar, honey, almond flour and an egg to make this sweet almond cream (or paste) filling. When combined, these simple ingredients become a tasty filling for tarts, cakes, pastries, as well as this crustless plum dessert baked in ramekins. It’s perfect if you’re eating grain-free and want to use up plums.
Plum frangipane sounds fancy, but I promise it’s super easy to make (keep scrolling for recipe).
Why You’ll Love These Dessert Ramekins
Preparing, baking and serving in the ramekins simplifies the whole process. I especially enjoy how effortless it is arrange the fruit and spread the batter over top. Plus, there’s less cleanup in the end!
If you don’t have any ramekins on hand, you can also use oven-safe small bowls, jars or even mugs. Keep in mind that you may have to adjust the baking time.
For a fall look, go with a moody dark colour like these black ceramic ramekins. They’re ideal for fall entertaining!
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Once baked, you’re left with syrupy and tangy fruit covered in rich batter that puffs up somewhere between custard and cake. Let’s not forget to mention those crunchy almonds. Yum yum!
Add the Toppings
I like to serve warm with a light dusting of confectioner’s sugar and small scoop of vanilla ice cream. Slightly rustic and perfectly fall.
Would you like a dessert ramekin of your own? Grab a spoon and dig in!
Plum Frangipane Ramekin Dessert
Spoon into this plum frangipane dessert with juicy plums, sweet almond filling and crunchy topping. An easy gluten-free fall treat baked and served in ramekins.
- 2 plums large
- 6 teaspoons jam strawberry or raspberry
- 7 tablespoons butter plus more for greasing ramekins
- 1 egg large
- 2 tablespoons honey
- 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
- 1 cup almond flour
- 1 pinch sea salt
- ¼ cup sliced almonds
- confectioner's sugar
- vanilla ice cream
Preheat oven to 350°F. Butter 6, 4-5 ounce ramekins and set aside.
Slice plums into thin wedges. Arrange in concentric circles to line bottom of each ramekin. Top with 1 teaspoon of jam per dish.
Warm butter until just melted. Meanwhile, in a large bowl, beat egg with honey and sugar. Gradually drizzle in butter, whisking continually.
Stir in almond flour and pinch of salt. Mix thoroughly.
Spoon evenly over each ramekin covering plums and jam. Top with sliced almonds.
Place on baking sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until edges are golden brown and center is puffed.
Cool for a bit, then serve with a dusting of confectioner's sugar and/or scoop of vanilla ice cream (optional).
- This dessert is gluten-free, grain-free and vegetarian.
- Store leftovers covered in refrigerator for up to 3 days.
Be sure to pin this plum frangipane ramekin dessert recipe for later!
Other Fall Recipes
Today I’m joined by a talented group of blogging friends who are also sharing their delicious Fall Recipes with you! Simply click on the links below the images to be taken to the full post…
Instant Pot Split Pea & Ham Soup at The Happy Housie
Chicken Tortellini with Pumpkin Alfredo at Grace In My Space
Tomato and Goat Cheese Dip at My Sweet Savannah
French Onion Soup in a Breadbowl at My UnCommon Slice of Suburbia
Chicken Lasagna Soup at The Handmade Home
Easy Overnight Breakfast Casserole at The Turquoise Home
Butternut Squash & Sundried Tomato Frittata at Cassie Bustamante
Pumpkin Spice Granola at Craftberry Bush
Saskatoon Berry Muffins at Love Create Celebrate
Quick Sugar Free Applesauce at Aratari at Home
Mason Jar Pumpkin Pies at Modern Glam
Easy Pumpkin Dip at She Gave it a Go
Fall Brioche at Inspiration for Moms
Baked Apple Cider Donuts at Paint Me Pink
Instant Pot Pumpkin Applesauce at Cherished Bliss
Pumpkin Spice Granola at Zevy Joy
Plum Frangipane Dessert at Satori Design for Living
Pumpkin Pie Cream Cheese Ball at Tatertots and Jello
Pumpkin Spice Snickerdoodles at The DIY Mommy
Apple Cannon Balls at In My Own Style
5 Minute Flaky Pie Crust at Jenna Kate at Home
Pumpkin Spice Cake with Brown Sugar Glaze at Sincerely, Marie Designs
Pumpkin Cheesecake Swirl Brownies at A Pretty Life
Yummy S’Mores Cheese Ball at This is Our Bliss
Keto Low Carb Pumpkin Crisp at Summer Adams Designs
Pumpkin Nutella Swirl Bread at Clean & Scentsible
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Lindsay Aratari says
This sounds incredible! So pretty too :)
Looks so good Shauna! I’ve never tried frangipane before…it sounds delicious, and perfect with plums!
cassie bustamante says
i don’t know if i have ever heard of frangipane, but i am pretty sure i would lick that ramekin clean.
Sure sounds fancy and looks delicious! Thanks for sharing on the blog hop.
Jennifer S. Hadfield says
How beautiful! My girls love plums. I pinned it to my Beautiful Brunch Recipes board to make! Thanks for the recipe!
This looks amazing! I have little black ramekins like these and I’m always looking for recipe ideas for them!