Baked Pears Recipe for Fall

All I can say is YUM! This was the first time I made baked pears and it won’t be the last because they were amazing.  My house smelled wonderful, and they are gorgeous!!

Baked Pears thebearfootbaker.comI looked at several recipes and decided to try my own version. Most recipes called for ingredients that I didn’t have. I live far from a store so I used what I had on hand and I am happy with the results. Baked pears are now on my holiday menu.

Recipe for Baked Pears:

Baked Pears

Baked Pears

Ingredients

1/2 cup honey
1 cup brown sugar
2 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp cloves
2/3 cup apple juice
1 cup water

Directions

Combine all ingredients in a baking dish and stir.
Cut the bottoms off of the pears so they will sit flat. Place them into the pan.
Bake at 350 degrees for 40 – 50 minutes. When they are done, they will be soft and looked wrinkled.Once they cool a little, remove the from the baking dish and pour the liquid into a pot.
Add 2 tsp of corn starch so the mixture will get thicker.
Cook over medium heat and bring to a boil.
Continue to boil for about 5 minutes.
Remove the mixture from the heat and let cool. It will get thicker as it cools.
Spoon syrup over warm pears right before you serve them.
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Combine all ingredients in a baking dish and stir.

Cut the bottoms off of the pears so they will sit flat. Place them into the pan.
Bake at 350 degrees for 40 – 50 minutes. When they are done, they will be soft and looked wrinkled.

  1. Once they cool a little, remove the from the baking dish and pour the liquid into a pot.
  2. Add 2 tsp of  corn starch so the mixture will get thicker.
  3. Cook over medium heat and bring to a boil.
  4. Continue to boil for about 5 minutes.
  5. Remove the mixture from the heat and let cool. It will get thicker as it cools.
  6. Spoon syrup over warm pears right before you serve them. Take it to the next level with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!
Hope you enjoy them as much as I do. Next, I want to make a Caramel Pear Terrine like this one. Who knew pears could be so beautiful!
Happy Creating,
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Comments

  1. Lisa, this sounds delicious! And, the photos are just beautiful :)

  2. These sure do look delicious – and I’m glad you used things you had on hand cuz I have those things on hand too, minus the pears! Guess I’ll be making a trip to the store and what a beautiful photo…really, you should frame it for your kitchen! P.S. Right now I feel just like your pears – soft and wrinkled! :)

  3. Wow! I want to print the picture of the pear and put it on my wall. {I have a thing for awesome food photograhpy}..putting this on my to do list.

  4. These are gorgeous! This recipe might actually get me to eat a piece of fruit!

    • Eat that fruit Lizy! LOL! It was such a pleasure to meet you! Thanks again for helping with my presentation! You are precious!!!

  5. I hope this doesn’t sound weird but I want that plate, in the first picture, did you spray paint it? I bought some trays was hoping to create some nice trays for pictures, just have to get inspired..oh wait you just inspired me.
    Pear looks delicious.

    • Hi Hani! It is not a weird question at all! You won’t believe me when I tell you where I got this plate. I got it at a yard sale for a dime! Best dime I have ever spent! LOL If I ever see another one, I will get it for you;)

  6. Sweetsugarbelle says:

    They’re sooo beautiful!!!!!

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