Sweet and tart together and so yummy. DH thought it tasted like a fozen yogurt and DS's girldriend who doesnt eat plums loved this! A little chocolate sauce was used to entice the plum haters of the family, after a little hesitiation in tasting it .....they also loved it! I followed recipe as per directions using blood plums, although I did half and pit the plums before cooking. I did think it would not freeze as after 5 hours it was still soft, but left overnight....Perfection. Soft, creamy tangy and delicious.
It's plum season and this was the perfect way to showcase some gorgeous plums that had been sitting in the fridge just a day or so too long. The kids didn't want to eat them as fruit, but the flavor was still in them and you should have seen those kids wolfing down the ice cream. I can't wait to make this again for this week's Sabbath lunch, and I think I just might add a bit of My Mom's Plum Brandy for extra oomph. Thanks for a great recipe!