This is amazing. I didn't intend on trialing plums, bitin was making this for my sweet kiddos and somehow a little syrup ends up in my mouth. I can't quite remember if it had fallen on t finger or what, but clearly, it wanted to be eaten.
I just made a cut in each overripe mini plum, pulled out the pit and pulled off the stem, plopped in a pot and let them simmer covered for a hour or two. I sort of forgot about them. Oops. But a yummy oops!
Them I poured them into my omniblend and added about 1/4 cup coconut sugar. They probably didn't need the coconut sugar. Blended and it was pretty thick, so I added some water and blended again. Possibly 1/2-1 cup of water. I didn't measure. Aren't you impressed with how exact I am in syrup making?
I'm thinking pancakes and eggs for dinner, so my family can find out how AMAZING this syrup is!
Update: It was amazing warm, then tasted more like ketchup cold. So I tried it putting it on the chicken I was baking. AMAZING BBQ sauce!