Monday, October 16, 2006

Pear Cranberry Crisp

Ok, here's another pear recipe for your reading pleasure. The bag I have seems to bottomless so I made some pear cranberry crumble to try and use them up.

This is a super simple recipe to prepare. Peeling and slicing the pears takes the most work in this classic fall dessert. Topping off the fruity filling is a oat crumble made with melted butter. Pop the dish in the oven and you'll have dessert on the table in about an hour.

Words cannot describe how yummy it is to eat hot crisp with cold vanilla ice cream. It is divine. The tart-sweet and crunchy crisp marries well with the smoothness of ice cream. If you'd prefer, try frozen yogurt or vanilla yogurt, however, I cannot vouch for the yumminess factor. I think I'm going to make this again soon!

Recipe: Pear Cranberry Crisp
(Note: Just replace raspberries in recipe with cranberries.)


Brilynn said...

I love your pear recipes. This one definitely requires some high quality vanilla ice cream!

Anonymous said...

OMG I get so hungry when I visit your blog. I don' tthink there has been one thing on here that looked bad. And I agree, there is something wonderful about warm crisp and cold vanilla. Mmmmmm.

Lauren said...

To start - I love your blog... such wonderful recipes and pictures to match.

I have the Pear Creamcheese Squares saved in my folder of things to make!

Anonymous said...

Oh. My. Goodness. This looks so good. What a great photo. I'll have to give this recipe a try. I love pear in crumbles/crisps.