Oven Baked Plums with Bee Creamy Honey & Lemon Myrtle

When you are looking for a super quick, seasonal dessert, our Oven Baked Plums with Creamed Honey & Lemon Myrtle will hit that sweet spot and may well be the easiest dessert you make this Autumn. If you're finding it hard to get your hands on plums, any stone fruit will suffice! Simply halve your plums and dollop a small about of Bee Creamy Honey & Lemon Myrtle in the middle. Roast in a preheated oven until the plums soften and the top caramelises. Grate over some lemon zest for an added hit of citrus! These plums pair beautifully with a creamy vanilla ice-cream, or will brighten up your brekkie, served with greek yoghurt and muesli.




  • 10 plums (halves and de-stoned)
  • 60-80 g Bee Creamy Honey & Lemon Myrtle
  • zest of one lemon


  • Preheat the oven to 200°C. Line a baking tray with baking paper and set aside.
  • Halve the plums with a sharp knife and carefully remove the stone. Place the halved plums cut side up on the lined baking tray, spaced evenly.
  • Fill the de-stoned plums with approximately half a teaspoon of Bee Creamy Honey & Lemon Myrtle.
  • Place the plums into the preheated oven and bake until the plums have softened slightly and the honey has started to caramelise. This will take around 20-25 minutes, depending on how ripe your plums are.
  • Let the plums cool for at least 5 minutes before grating over the lemon zest.
  • The honey baked plums delicious balance of sweet and sour pairs beautifully with a creamy vanilla ice-cream, or brighten up your brekkie and serve with greek yoghurt and muesli.


Calories: 122 kcalCarbohydrates: 31 gProtein: 1 gFat: 1 gSaturated Fat: 1 gPolyunsaturated Fat: 1 gMonounsaturated Fat: 1 gSodium: 1 mgPotassium: 267 mgFiber: 2 gSugar: 29 gVitamin A: 569 IUVitamin C: 16 mgCalcium: 11 mgIron: 1 mg
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Bee Creamy Honey & Lemon Myrtle 325g Jar

Creamed honey combined with lemon myrtle is sweet and savoury, where honey meets the zesty tartness of lemon myrtle.

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