It’s What’s for Dessert This Holiday Season!

Janice Feuer-Haugen
Nov – Dec 2021 • Vol 3, No 118

Consider a luscious, roasted pear dessert for your holiday table. Easily-prepared Roasted Pear Maple Pecan Crisp comes together in 15 minutes. It then bakes unattended for about 40 minutes. With most holiday dishes requiring organization and concentration, what a treat to have a light and lovely dessert with so little effort.

Presentation’s Everything
The transformation of the traditional fruit crisp into more sophisticated holiday fare retains all that we love about fruit crisps, from the crispy topping to the tender fruit.

Imagine a roasted pear half atop a swirl of maple yogurt. The pear is filled with golden brown, crisp, chunky and gently spiced Maple Pecan Topping. And, it’s all embellished with a sprinkling of ruby red pomegranate seeds (arils) for both striking color and complexity of flavor.

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