Eggless Plums Oatmeal Crumble Bars that serves as a Dessert or a quick snack or as a healthy breakfast.
These Plum Crumble Bars are loaded with oatmeal and so buttery in taste. The sweet and tart plum filling gives a rich tangy taste to the bars. Moreover these are Eggless. And did i tell you that the Refrigerator that I had with me for the past 14 years, that saw 3 home shifting and still carried on so much with zest, finally decided to take rest and gave up totally. For the past 1 week I’m without a refrigerator at home and oh boy it made me realize how much I depend on my sturdy little fridge and how much I miss it already. Finally went shopping yesterday and booked a huge one for me when compared to the single door one that I had till date. Now to the recipe….
As the plums I had on hand were so tart I had to use a little bit of sugar to the topping to reduce the tartness and as I’m chasing time to post this recipe as today is the last day for the contest, I was so worried whether I would be able to slice them properly with the little resting time I gave in my non functional, almost dead fridge, but the Gods must indeed have been listening to me from heavens as I was able to cut them in perfect slices.
The kids loved these bars so much after they came from school along with a glass of milk. As these bars are so rich in butter, it was quite filling to them. Keep these bars refrigerated and enjoy a slice as and when you wish for a quick bite.
- Instead of oatmeal flour, you can use whole wheat flour as well but the bars will be a bit dense.
- As the plums I had were very tart, I sprinkled sugar over the plum slices to reduce the tartness of the bars after its baked. You can skip the sugar, if the plums are sweet.
- You can use white sugar itself if you do not have brown sugar.
This is off to the contest going on exclusively for the participants of IFBM
featuring “Plums” hosted by KitchenAid.
Labels: Baked Goodies, Breakfast Recipes, Desserts, Fruit: Plums, Microwave Convectional Recipes, Oats Recipes, Snacks