20 plums cut in half
2 pieces of cinnamon
2 pieces of star anise
zest and juice from one lemon
2 cups plum mousse
2 cups low-fat greek yogurt
½ cup honey

I just love the combination of plums with cinnamon and star anise. Especially the cinnamon elevates the taste of plums. I found the idea for this plum ice cream in some magazine and it applied to me so much that I could not resist it.To make it on a health side  I used a small amount of honey to sweeten the plums. Adding low-fat yogurt is another healthy option. The ice cream is really lovely, it would be a delicious addition to any plum desserts.

Cut the plums in half (don’t bother to remove the stones at this time) and put them cut side up on the baking tray lined with parchment paper. Squeeze the lemon juice all over the plums and sprinkle them with lemon zest. Put two pieces of cinnamon bark  and star anise among the plums. Roast in the oven in 200 degrees Celsius for 30 minutes, until the plums are soft and have rendered some of their juices. Put the plums aside to cool them, remove the stones, cinnamon and star anise. Put in the blender and blitz until  smooth. Put the plum mousse in the zip lock bag and freeze laying flat in the freezer. Remove the frozen mousse from the bag, put it in the blender together with honey and yogurt and whizz until the ingredients are combined and form a smooth base. Put into the container and freeze until needed. Thirty minutes before serving,  remove from the freezer and put in the fridge for the yogurt to soften slightly.

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