Rather than cooking on the stove, I cooked the plums on high for 3 minutes in the microwave. To lighten a bit, I used Splenda granulated and fat-free evaporated milk. It took about an hour for the plum mixture to start to thicken (not 30 minutes). I whipped the milk for about 5 minutes, and it never really thickened. Little confused that it says to "gently spoon the whipped milk into the plum mixture" and then the next step is to beat again with an electric mixer?? I just dumped the plum mixture into the whipped milk, and then beat it. Not to worry, really, because it all came out good in the end. In the future, I most likely will chop the plums rather than slice (beating the slices was sort of strange), but we liked this dessert. For anybody following Weight Watchers Plus, the subs I made take this to a 2 point dessert. And it's a nice one. Thanks, Kellie C, for sharing your dessert. This has been in my AR recipe box for nearly a year, and I'm glad I finally gave it a try.
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Rather than cooking on the stove, I cooked the plums on high for 3 minutes in the microwave. ...