Baked “candied” Pears 3


I am always looking for sweetener -free deserts. I try to not substitute paleo-ish sweeteners in my recipes (raw honey or grade b maple syrup) and just completely eliminate sugars all together.

To me, this had the perfect flavor and we didn’t miss the sugary sweetness at all.

Your choice of pears, I actually used an assortment of pear varieties. I halved 8 pears and removed the cores, then lined a baking dish with the pear halves.

Inside the center, where the cores were previously I added a small pat of grass-fed butter and sprinkled the pears with cinnamon. Then I topped each half with a mixture of chopped organic and unsweetened dried cranberries and raw pecans. Over the top I crumbled just a little gorgonzola cheese (if you are dairy free, just omit this ingredient). Finally, I squeezed the juice of a lemon over the top.

Bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 20-25 minutes.

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