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19.6.14

Spicy Honey Cinnamon Plum Tart #Henry's Humdingers #Foodie Friday

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Spicy Honey Cinnamon Plum Tart: simplelivingeating.com

This post is sponsored by Henry's Humdingers. All opinions are my own.

The four Balch bears huddled around the jars of Henry's Humdingers Honey dipping their paws into each one and proclaiming: Diabolical Dad and Grumpy Grandpa are delicious but too spicy for a dessert, Naughty Nana could work, but Phoebe's Fireball with chipotle chile and cinnamon is JUST RIGHT for a plum tart.


Henry's Humdingers Honey: simplelivingeating.com

We have been enjoying exploring the cooking possibilities of Henry's Humdingers Honey and I hope you will too... it is great to support a good cause: protecting the honey bees, and encourage a young entrepreneur, Henry who is only 17 years old. So please, check out his honey!

Spicy Honey Cinnamon Plum Tart: simplelivingeating.com

This dessert couldn't be simpler all you do is roll out some pastry dough, mix some plum slices with Phoebe's Fireball Honey, or a your own mixture of honey, cinnamon and spices. Sprinkle sugar around the edges and pop it in a oven until it is golden brown.


Spicy Honey Cinnamon Plum Tart: simplelivingeating.com

Out comes a dessert that is light and perfect for summer. The contrast between the chipotle chile and the honey wakes up your taste buds. The cinnamon smooths these extremes of flavor out into an exceptionally easy and delicious dessert. Have it plain or top it with vanilla ice cream or fresh whipped cream.


Spicy Honey Cinnamon Plum Tart: simplelivingeating.com


Spicy Honey Cinnamon Plum Tart

by Diane Balch
simplelivingeating.com

Ingredients:

1 frozen puffed pastry sheet thawed
8 plums sliced
1 teaspoon of lemon juice
2 6 ounce jars of Phoebe's Fireball Honey or (honey, cinnamon, chipotle chile)
1/8 teaspoon of salt
sugar for sprinkling


Directions:

1) Pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees.

2) Roll out puffed pastry sheet on to a 9 inch non stick baking sheet.

3) In a large mixing bowl mix drizzle lemon juice on plums. Next mix in honey and salt.

4) Spread plums over tart, but not to the edge.

5) Press a fork around the edges of the tart and sprinkle sugar on just the edges so they will brown more.

6) Bake until edges are golden brown about 20 minutes.


Serve with ice cream or whipped cream.
Experiment with different fruit as it becomes seasonal. Peaches would work really well with this recipe. 








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39 comments:

  1. The variety of honey looks really interesting and so does your dessert. Great post and thanks for another great linky party.

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    1. The seasoning of the honeys is like nothing I've ever tasted before. Henry's products are fantastic.

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  2. Thanks for hosting Diane!! That plum tart looks really delicious!! Have a great weekend!

    Sandi @ A New York Foodie

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    1. Thanks Erica and it's simple to make.

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  4. Hi Diane, I LOVE your tart! Pinning that! Thanks so much for hosting and have a great weekend!

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    1. Thanks Deb, you are such a good baker I am flattered.

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  5. Diane,
    My hubby would love that tart. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend.
    Annamaria

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    1. Then you need to make it for him. My husband loves fruit desserts too.

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  6. That plum tart looks amazing! Thank you for hosting this wonderful party.
    Blessings,
    Shari

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    1. Thank you so much Shari. Glad you could make the party.

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  7. Your tart is so pretty, Diane. I like the idea of a spicy honey.
    Thank you for the party. I haven't been posting much, but finally have something to share.

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    1. I had never seen spiced honey before it is delicious. So glad you have a recipe this week.

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  8. What a lovely Tart Diane. The Honey looks so good, I don't think I have seen that brand here, but I am sure going to look for it, I love all those flavors! Hope you and your family are having a great summer and thanks so much for the party!
    Miz Helen

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    1. I hope you can find some of his honey... it can be ordered on line too, great for making grilling sauces. Thanks for coming by.

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  9. Pinned this tart, looks great! Sounds like good flavors! Thanks for the party, enjoy your weekend. :)

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    1. You are welcome, hope you get to make it soon.

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    1. You are welcome Jamie... such a busy blogger. I appreciate you coming by.

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  11. Those honeys look really fun,and that tart looks delicious! Thanks so much for the party. Have a great weekend. :)

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    1. Thanks Lisa, I like the idea of supporting a small business with a good heart.

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  12. Happy Foodie Friday everyone ! Enjoy & have a fabulous weekend. Diane, you have a great day too.
    Blessings, Kristy

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  13. What a lovely combination of flavours in your plum tart. Henry's Hummdingers sound like wonderful honeys - and how lovely that it is a young entrepreneur that is making them. It's so important to support bees and small beekeepers are definitely a big help when it comes to that! I've shared my Beef Stroganoff Macaroni this week. Thank you for hosting, Diane. Have a lovely weekend!

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    1. Thanks April,
      This kid Henry is pretty impressive for a 17 year old. A businessman with a good heart. We need more of them.

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  14. Hi Diane,
    I've been wanting to try Henry's Humdinger Honeys since I saw him on Shark Tank! Your tart looks so tasty - Stumbling it.
    Thank you so much for featuring my Spicy Shrimp dish - very much appreciated. Have a wonderful Friday!

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    1. You are welcome Robyn,
      I saw him on Shark Tank too... the deal fell through, but it did give him a lot of exposure. You can order directly from Henry if you like.

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  15. What a nice variety of honey and I love your tart. Thanks for hosting each week and I hope you have a lovely weekend.
    Sam

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    1. Thanks Sam,
      Always a pleasure to see you here.

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  16. That tart looks scrumptious. You have inspired me to buy plums and of course, use them in something delicious such as the above. Thanks for hosting, Diane.

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  17. I'm loving your party! Thanks for hosting. Please come and party with us. We would love to have you! http://loulougirls.blogspot.com
    Happy Friday! Lou Lou Girls

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  18. Lovely tart, Diane! It sounds divine with spicy honey and plums! I can’t wait to give it a try!

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  19. Such a simple and pretty tart ! Hope you are having a lovely weekend. Thanks for the party.

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  20. Visiting from Moonlight and Mason Jars Link Party. I love plums and currently have a tree in our garden with a ton of them ripening, all the flavours in this sound delicious. I co-host Sweet and Savoury Sunday and would love for you to stop by and share this and other recipes with us. Have a great day!

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  21. Hope you have a great weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday!
    Come Back Soon,
    Miz Helen

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  22. Beautiful recipe! Pinned. Thanks for being a part of our party. We are always thrilled to have you. Please stop by tonight at 7 pm and party with us. It's a thrill to have you! http://loulougirls.blogspot.com
    Happy Monday! Lou Lou Girls

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  23. Delicious plum tart, thanks for sharing with Hearth and Soul blog hop, pinned recipe.

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