Plumsicle and Stone Fruit Gallete
Plumsicles came to the pastry party and they brought friends. If you haven’t heard of a galette, it’s similar to an open-faced pie. It can be made using a single type of stone fruit, like peaches, or a variety of your favorites. In this case, we used peaches, nectarines, and plums to make a mixed fruit galette.
Happiness in drink form. Feel free to make the recipe your own by adding additional HMC Farms stone fruits, different yogurt flavors, or fruit juice in place of oat milk. No matter the combo, leave one thing the same...ice (you thought I was going to say Plumsicle, didn't you). Drink up and enjoy!
Plumsicle BBQ Sauce Pizza
The only way to make a BBQ pizza with Plumsicles better, is to add a little Plumsicle BBQ sauce with it.
Start with a dough of your choice. It can be ready-to-eat, refrigerated or homemade, whichever you prefer.
Brush the dough with Olive Oil.
Sprinkle a small amount of cheddar cheese.
Place as much or as little as you prefer of the following:
BBQ Sauce (We prefer homemade Plumsicle BBQ Sauce)
Plumsicle Burrata Board
Plumsicles + burrata...life doesn't get much better than this. This is hands down one of the simplest and most delicious charcuterie boards we've ever created. Start with Plumsicles, add a few other stone fruits from HMC Farms® (peaches, nectarines, white peaches, plums, honestly anything you choose will be delicious), add some burrata (seasoned with salt and a little pepper if you like), fresh bread, and a little balsamic glaze. Voila! Fresh, flavorful, and super simple.
Plumsicle Ice Pops
These ice pops are sweet and refreshing, just like a Plumsicle...only colder. The frosty treats are simple to make and can easily become an adult only ice pop by adding a wine of your choice part way through the process.
Begin by heating 1/4 cup of sugar and 1/2 cup of water in a small saucepan. Once the sugar is dissolved and the mixture begins to simmer, add in 6 Plumsicles that have been cut into slices.
Allow the fruit to cook until it is softened — about a minute or two. Then, allow the mixture to cool slightly.
Place the mixture in the blender and blend until smooth. Add more water if needed.
*If you would like to make wine pops, add one cup of wine to the blender during this step.
Pour your Plumsicle puree into freezer molds and place in the freezer overnight.
Enjoy the coolest summer treat you'll ever eat!
A special thank you to The Produce Moms for helping us develop this recipe.