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Pear Crumble

November/December 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (42 votes)

This easy, comforting pear crumble is sure to please. Serve it as is or with low-fat ice cream.



READER'S COMMENT:
"awesome dessert!, easy to make and everybody loves it. I am not a fan of pears, used apples instead, so i don't know how it is with pears, also i cut back on the sugar to 1/4 cup each. "
Pear Crumble

5 Reviews for Pear Crumble

10/09/2014
Anonymous
Tasty

We are a family of diabetics. I used sugar free maple syrup and Splenda brown sugar in this recipe. It is delicious. Probably better with the real stuff but good with sugar free ingredients too. Will make this again.

Simple to make
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10/06/2014
Anonymous
Ideal for all ages and calorie counters

I love this recipe! i use whole wheat flour and coconut oil instead.
i cut back on the brown sugar (1/4th)too and add a little more pure maple syrup (sent from canada! :)) It pairs exceptionally well with vanilla or butter scotch icecream.

walnuts! oats, ginger, pears and raisins are great for you!
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11/11/2012
Anonymous
Followed recipe exactly= perfect

I followed it exactly and it was delicious. Using fresh pears made them soft but not mushy. I can't complain- it was sooo good.

So fresh and just sweet enough
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11/20/2011
Anonymous
Easy and tasty

I really enjoyed this with vanilla ice cream. I had 4 lbs. of pears, and was concerned about having too much liquid from them, so I used 4 T. of cornstarch instead of the flour, which I mixed into the maple syrup and lemon before adding to the pears. Also only had quick oats, but it all came out really good!

easy, delicious, basic
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11/13/2010
Anonymous

awesome dessert!, easy to make and everybody loves it. I am not a fan of pears, used apples instead, so i don't know how it is with pears, also i cut back on the sugar to 1/4 cup each.

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ashley.s.hanna wrote 3 years 16 weeks ago

I made this with craisins instead of raisins, used splenda instead of maple syrup, and doubled the cinnamon in the topping. So good!

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