Maple Vanilla Baked Pears #vanilla #desserts #cakes #maple #meals

Maple Vanilla Baked Pears #vanilla #desserts #cakes #maple #meals

4 fixing too straightforward maple vanilla heated pears that are cooked until warm and delicate, totally mixed with maple and vanilla, and beat with crunchy granola.

First of all: hello! I'm right now in St. Lucia tasting a huge margarita on the stones while watching the sun set over the immaculate water. Pause. Is it accurate to say that i wasn't simply trapped in a snowstorm 4 days prior? January, why you be so insane.

I'm truly energized on the grounds that the present post is supported by my companions at Stemilt Growers. Keep in mind when I visited their plantations back in July? It was my first time in Washington, however I returned in October on my book visit (howdy Seattle companions!). When I visited the plantations in July, I went carefully selecting, investigated the epic grounds, and tasted the world's juiciest apples and best fruits. The pears weren't exactly prepared to be picked at this point, so they vowed to send me a crate when they were.

Prepared pears. I know everything sounds really straightforward. Also, you don't see chocolate or icing or caramel blasts in these photographs. Be that as it may, let me tell ya something. These maple vanilla heated pears? They're truly epic. Such a major articulation for an unassuming natural product, no? All things considered, they're a prime case of how straightforward fixings, bravo, and REAL entire sustenances can meet up to deliver a pastry that can face a chocolate icing caramel detonating something

Maple Vanilla Baked Pears #vanilla #desserts #cakes #maple #meals

Also try our recipe : Cranberry Orange Cheese Ball #orange #cranberry #cheese #desserts #yummy

Ingredients :

  • 4 D’Anjou pears (aka Anjou pears)
  • 1/2 cup (120ml) pure maple syrup
  • 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • optional toppings: maple pecan granola, Greek yogurt

Instructions :

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F (190°C). I don’t line my baking sheet when I make these, but you absolutely can with parchment or a silicone baking mat.
  2. Cut pears in half, then cut a small sliver off the underside so the pears sit flat when placed upright on the baking sheet. See video above for visual. Using a large or medium cookie scoop or melon baller (or even a teaspoon), core out the seeds. Arrange pears, facing up, on the baking sheet. Sprinkle evenly with cinnamon– feel free to add more cinnamon if you’d like.
  3. Whisk the maple syrup and vanilla extract together in a small bowl. Drizzle most of it all over the pears, reserving about 2 Tablespoons for after the pears are finished baking.
  4. Bake pears for about 25 minutes until soft and lightly browned on the edges. Remove from the oven and immediately drizzle with remaining maple syrup mixture. Serve warm with granola and yogurt. Store leftovers in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.

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