Pear Recipes

With the holidays upon us, this weeks #TuesdayTips is all about a partridge in a pear tree. Okay just kidding, I thought it would be fun to use Christmas song lyrics that are relatable to what we are covering.

Pears have been quite popular in fall and winter dishes for a few reasons. Firstly, it is national Pear month. Secondly, Pears can last long due to the cooler weather. Thirdly, Pears are seen as elegant and are quite flavorful. Lastly, they are very versatile in dishes, as are many things. So below I share a few dishes with you that are perfect for the season.

SAVORY BAKED PEARS WITH GORGONZOLA, WALNUTS, AND CRANBERRIES – Three Olives Branch

A half of Savory Baked Pears with Gorgonzola, Walnuts, and Cranberries on a small plate

“A delicious sweet and savory side dish that is perfect for fall and Thanksgiving!” – Kim

AIR FRYER PEARS (NO SUGAR OR BUTTER) – Sava’s Kitchen

Two baked pear halves facing the cut side up on a white plate. They are drizzles with honey and one of the halves has granola on top.

“These air fryer pears are a beautiful and simple dessert to enjoy any time of the day. Perfect for a healthy dessert or breakfast when served with granola, fruits, and yogurt.” – Sava

ginger pear gluten free coffee cake – The Healthy Epicurean

A slice of pear coffee cake on a white plate.

This ginger pear gluten free coffee cake is made with oat flour, yogurt, cinnamon, ginger and vanilla with a pear filling and buttery oat crumble topping. A healthier coffee cake with all the flavor and tenderness! It’s perfect for breakfast, brunch, dessert or as a snack! Take it to your next potluck and everyone will be asking for the recipe.” – Julie

cranberry and goat cheese stuffed pears – The Healthy Epicurean

A birds eye view of a baking dish with cranberry and goat cheese stuffed pears.

Tender baked pears are filled with sweet and tart cranberries, creamy goat cheese, and crunchy cinnamon oat crumble for an end of a meal out-of-body experience!” – Julie

STEWED PEARS – The Short Order Cook

Stewed Pears closeup PN3 closeup of a white ramikin with cinnamon spiced pears and a red cloth napkin and silver spoon

“Stewed pears are an easy recipe to turn fresh pears into an even sweeter treat.  The pears are simmered in a cinnamon sugar sauce that is similar to a simple syrup.  It creates a beautiful fragrant glaze to these classic Fall fruits.  As it cooks on the stovetop your house will have that sweet-spicy scent of cinnamon and the floral smell that pears have as they cook. It is so wonderful and thankfully it only takes a few minutes to cook so you don’t have to wait that long to enjoy it. ” – Angela

Pear Crisp – Little Sunny Kitchen

a bowl of pear crisp topped with scoops of vanilla ice cream

“This delicious Pear Crisp recipe is the best way to enjoy fresh pears. Tender slices of cinnamon spiced pears with a crunchy oat topping are just begging for you to eat them with a big scoop of vanilla ice cream on top!” – Diana

PEAR & BLUE CHEESE SALAD WITH GLAZED HONEY WALNUTS – Sungrown Kitchen

Honey Walnut Pear Salad

“This Pear & Blue Cheese Salad with Glazed Honey Walnuts is a delicious side salad to any meal, and perfect for the holidays!  It’s loaded with that sweet and savory fruit-nut-cheese combination, with sharp blue cheese balancing tart pomegranate seeds, sweet pear slices and amazing honey glazed walnuts!” – Meryl

Pear And Walnut Muffins Recipe – Simplify Create Inspire

Pear and walnut muffins

“We recently ended up with a heap of pears in the house, that no one was eating. Our kids are fussy… because they’re kids! And neither hubby or I really eat pears on their own, so rather than let them go to waste, it was time to get creative. The result – the most delicious pear and walnut muffin recipe!” – Holly

Pear and Prosciutto Pizza – Chisel and Fork

overhead shot of pear pizza sliced

This pear pizza with prosciutto is the perfect combination of sweet and savory topped off with caramelized onions and makes for a great unique pizza.” – Ryan

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