Baked Pears — Easy Dessert Recipe

This Ginger Baked Pears recipe is a simple and delicious dessert idea. It’s easy to prep and put together. Just throw it together, throw it in the oven, and forget about it…well, almost forget about it–you’ll need to baste the pears a couple of times while they bake. This baked pear dish will be a crowd pleaser for any fancy meal. Print the complete recipe at
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Baked Pears Recipe:
ingredients:
3-4 ANJOU PEARS (or bosc pears)
BUTTER for greasing baking dish
1½ cup HEAVY CREAM
¼ cup BAKER’S SUGAR (superfine ground sugar)
½ tsp CINNAMON
½ tsp VANILLA EXTRACT
1 heaping Tbsp grated GINGER
ORANGE ZEST
optional:
top with toasted nuts
and whipped cream!

Baked Pears Directions:
Use a firm pear ideal for baking, like an anjou or bosc pear.
Peel the pears and slice in half lengthwise and remove the core–use 3-4 pears, depending on need and the size of your baking dish.
Lightly butter the bottom of your baking dish and place the pears sliced side down.
In a bowl, combine the cream, sugar (use superfine baker’s sugar, or regular sugar that has been ground in a food processor),
cinnamon, vanilla, ginger, and orange zest. Whisk ingredients together and pour over the pears. The top half of the pears should
still be sticking out of the cream.
Slice the dish into an oven preheated to 375 degrees fahrenheit.
Remove the dish every 15-20 minutes and baste the tops of the pears with the cream.
Cook 45-55 minutes or until the pear tops are a golden brown.
The cream will be thin when hot, but as it cools it will thicken. Serve pears with a topping of the cream sauce.
For a crunch, add toasted nuts–and a little whipped cream on top would be quite decadent.
I threw maraschino cherries on top for color, but a little more orange zest on top would work, too.
Give this Baked Pear recipe a try and let me know what you think!

The music is “Sardana” by Kevin MacLeod. Music track used with permission Creative Commons: By Attribution and found at this link:
http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400055

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