Organic Baked Pears

Organic Baked Pears

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These warm, cooked pears have a surprise in the middle: a pool of light syrup made of honey and whiskey that livens up the dessert, and adds richness to the fruit.


  • 4 organic Bosc pears
  • 2 Tablespoons organic sugar
  • 2 Tablespoons whiskey


Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Slice each pear laterally 2 inches away from stem. Remove top, and scoop out 1 tablespoon from the body of the pear. Carefully place the open pears on a baking dish. Pour ½ tablespoon sugar and ½ tablespoon whiskey in each hole. Replace the lid of each pear. Bake on the center rack for 30 minutes. Remove from oven. Serve with chocolate sauce.

Nutritional Facts


Calories Per Serving168

Recipe: Baked Pear Trail Mix (Vegan, Gluten-Free)

Serves: 16
Source: The Plant Powered Dietitian


2 medium pears (try Green Anjou), unpeeled, diced into small pieces (about ½ inch) (about 2 ½ cups diced)
1 teaspoon lemon juice
2 cups old-fashioned oats, gluten-free
1 cup raw almonds
1 cup raw cashews
1 cup raw sunflower seeds
¼ cup peanut or almond butter
3 tablespoons pure maple syrup
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 tablespoon water
1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice


1) Preheat oven to 275 F.
2) Place diced pears in a large mixing bowl and sprinkle with lemon juice, stirring to coat the pears.
3) Add oats, almonds, cashews, and sunflower seeds.
4) In a small bowl, mix together peanut or almond butter, maple syrup, vanilla, water, and pumpkin pie spice until smooth.
5) Mix the butter-maple syrup mixture into the pear-oat-nut mixture, combining well to moisten dry ingredients.
6) Spray a baking sheet with nonstick cooking spray and spread trail mix evenly in the pan.
7) Place in oven and bake on top rack for 1 ½ hours, stirring every 20 minutes. Turn off oven and keep pan in oven for an additional hour to dry pears.
8) Remove from oven and transfer to an airtight container.

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Recipe Features

  • They take only 2 minutes of prep time to get them ready for the oven.
  • Pears are a nutrient dense fruit that&rsquos great for digestive health. They also contain a wide range of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
  • The entire recipe consists of only 3 simple ingredients that can be found anywhere.
  • You can serve baked pears a variety of different ways including with desserts like brownies or to top breakfast foods like yogurt parfaits, pancakes amd oatmeal.
  • They look absolutely stunning making a great presentation for guests and special occasions.
  • Baked pears are a light dessert making it great for the summer months but also hearty enough for fall and winter.
  • This recipe is 100% vegan, gluten-free, oil-free, nut-free&hellipjust simple whole food goodness!
  • These make a wonderful, wholesome and healthy dessert that everyone will love!
  • Great for brunch too!


Nutrition (per ½ cup serving ): 68 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 2 mg sodium, 17.7 g carbs, 3.3 g fiber, 11.9 g sugar, .5 g protein (calculated without sugar)

Your late night ice cream addiction is just one of those not so innocent things making you fatter, but not to worry—this pear sorbet can seamlessly fill its place. However, we do suggest omitting the added sugar (although real) in the recipe. It's naturally sweet enough.

20 Perfect-for-Fall Pear Recipes You'll Want to Eat All Year Round

Pears are a delicious addition to endless sweet and savory recipes they're best served with breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert (or all of the above). Their mild, sweet flavor pairs well with everything from prosciutto and potatoes to camembert, cranberries, cinnamon, and more.

Pears' peak season begins in late summer and goes through January, though they're widely available in grocery stores year-round. When shopping for pears, look for firmer fruits without soft spots, bruises, or blemishes. The ideal color will depend on which variety you're looking for: Green Anjous, Bartletts, and Bosc pears all come in varying shades of green, pinkish-red, and brown (and there are over 3,000 types of pear across the world). Keep in mind that pears are best when picked unripe and then allowed to ripen off the tree.

Pears are also super nutritious: they're packed with antioxidants, flavonoids, vitamin C, and dietary fiber. Here are 20 delicious pear recipes you can make this fall&mdashand winter, spring, and summer.

Why you’ll love this recipe

  • Ease : This recipe involves only a couple minutes of hands on time, and very little prep.
  • Short ingredient list : Only five ingredients are needed. Pears, honey, butter, vanilla, apple juice.
  • Flavor : Sweet and juicy pears topped with an incredible combination of vanilla, honey, and butter.
  • Versatility : These Baked Pears can be served for breakfast or dessert.

Sparkling Pear and Elderflower Martini

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Have your pears and drink them too with this fizzy sparkling pear and elderflower martini. The delicate, floral cocktail mixes together pear vodka and elderflower liqueur with a finishing topping of champagne for a festive touch. It's just as perfect for a fancy event as a relaxed Sunday brunch or even a "treat yourself" cocktail hour. Garnish it with fresh pears for extra panache.

Baked Pears with Cinnamon and Honey

It doesn’t get any easier than making these baked pears for an easy little healthy snack along with your yogurt. Or to turn an otherwise ordinary fruit into an elegant dessert.

We were at our local apple orchard last week and picked up a 1/2 peck of fresh pears too. I don’t think pears get enough of the spotlight when it comes to turning them to treats.

My daughter decided fond that a dab of vanilla ice cream on top was the best way to have hers. And I have to agree! Serve these at your next dinner gathering and your guests will be shocked at home delectable they are.

Maple Vanilla Baked Pears

First things first: hi! I’m currently in St. Lucia sipping a big ol’ margarita on the rocks while watching the sun set over the pristine water. Wait. Wasn’t I just caught in a blizzard 4 days ago? January, why you be so crazy.

I’m really excited because today’s post is sponsored by my friends at Stemilt Growers. Remember when I visited their orchards back in July? It was my first time in Washington, though I went back in October on my book tour (hi Seattle friends!). When I visited the orchards in July, I went cherry picking, explored the epic grounds, and tasted the world’s juiciest apples and sweetest cherries. The pears weren’t quite ready to be picked yet, so they promised to send me a box when they were.

My mouth has been watering in anticipation since.

Baked pears. I know it all sounds pretty simple. And you don’t even see chocolate or frosting or caramel explosions in these photos. But let me tell ya something. These maple vanilla baked pears? They’re pretty epic. Such a big statement for a humble fruit, no? Well, they’re a prime example of how simple ingredients, good-for-you, and REAL whole foods can come together to produce a dessert that can stand up to a chocolate frosting caramel exploding something. (Which reminds me, have you made my snickers cupcakes yet?)

When Stemilt sent me pears, the first thing I did was eat them. I believe I inhaled 2 in a matter of 30 seconds. Then I got down to business and began brainstorming a new recipe to make. Actually, before the brainstorming, I hiccupped because I just ate 2 giant pears in under a minute.

Baked pears came to mind first. When I’m feeling lazy but want a little something sweet after dinner (always), I often bake an apple, drizzle with honey or melted peanut butter and top with crunchy granola. It’s simple, it’s kinda healthy, and on a cold winter night– hits the spot. In my real mind, baked pears dripping with pure maple syrup sounded just as fabulous and in my weird food blogging photographer mind, they sounded pretty.

I use Stemilt D’Anjou pears. (Aka Anjou pears.) This variety is super juicy and naturally sweet. Their flavor and juicy interior make the pears perfect for baking. Stemilt harvests these pears in September and October and they’re widely available October through June. Fun fact: these pears are used for flavoring Jelly Belly’s juicy pear flavor jelly bean. Ha! More pear facts if you’re a nerd like I am.

About my maple vanilla baked pears– you have to try them! It’s a seemingly elegant dessert that’s thrown together and on the table in under 30 minutes. All you do is whisk maple syrup and vanilla extract together, drizzle over the pears, sprinkle with cinnamon, and bake. When they come out of the oven you can go a little crazy with toppings. Here I have them topped with more maple syrup/vanilla, a little crunchy granola, and a dollop of Greek yogurt.

(I use my super crunchy homemade maple pecan pie granola.)

The baked pears are warm and cinnamon spiced. Oozing with sweet maple syrup and fragrant vanilla. Soft and juicy, topped with crunchy and toasty homemade granola, and that Greek yogurt? It’s cold and creamy. Texture paradise on a plate.

If you can open the oven, you can make baked pears.

Even if you’ve never baked before– no fret. These maple vanilla baked pears take minutes to prepare and it’s virtually impossible to mess them up. AND if you need one more reason to make these super simple maple vanilla baked pears, it should be this: they look fancy. Like you did some super complicated magic that made the pears perfectly tender and sweet. Or you did somersaults and backflips to infuse maple and vanilla inside each juicy pear. I mean, there must have been some trickery involved to make a PEAR taste this good. Right?

Let me show you how to make them!

PS: After I get back from St. Lucia, I begin the rest of my book tour. Here are my upcoming book tour dates. We are working on adding more stops this year, so check back for definite additions!

Pear piccalilli

An old-fashioned condiment that’s making a comeback, this masterful version includes pears for a sweetness of extra depth and roundness.

Makes 5 x 340g jars
1 cauliflower
1 red onion
100g fine green beans
225g courgettes
3 tbsp sea salt
450ml white wine vinegar
125g unrefined granulated sugar
45g cornflour
2 tsp turmeric
2 tsp mustard powder
1 tsp brown mustard seeds
¼ tsp chilli flakes
1 tbsp honey
2 conference pears
A thumb of root ginger

1 The day before, cut all the vegetables (but not the pears) neatly into small pieces. Wash, drain, place in a colander and cover with the salt. Cover and leave overnight in a cool spot in the kitchen.

2 Next day, clean the jam jars, then sterilise them. Whisk the vinegar, sugar, cornflour, spices and honey in a saucepan. Place on the heat and slowly bring to the boil, whisking as the sauce thickens. Continue to cook until you have a thickened sauce.

2 Rinse the salt from the vegetables and drain them well. Peel and chop the pears. Peel and grate the ginger.

3 Put the vegetables, pears and ginger in the sauce and return to the boil. Remove from the heat and put into the clean jars while still hot. Put the lids on tightly and keep in a cool spot for a month before consuming.

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