Plum Paste in the Thermomix

Plum Paste in the Thermomix

A fruit paste rounds out a cheese platter so perfectly, adding a delicious morsel of fragrant sweetness. While quince paste is by far the most common, plum paste is equally delicious, and much easier to make! A perfect batch cook when plums are at their peak, it will cost you cents on the dollar to cook at home and you’ll have a taste of summer to last throughout the cooler months. It doesn’t matter what variety you use, just look for the ones that look best. I also love this recipe for edible gifting – wrap bars in baking paper and secure with twine or set paste in little pots or jars.

Makes 12 Bars

+ dairy free
+ gluten free
+ vegetarian
+ vegan


Plums, cored and roughly chopped
Lemon, juice only


This recipe can be found on page 131 of our brilliant thermo cookbook Thermo Cooker Fresh Favourites. If you don't already have this one in your collection, you can check it out here...



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