Spoon any extra sauce over scoops of vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt, or serve as a syrup with hot pancakes or waffles.
The sweet pears in this sensational crisp are nicely contrasted by the savory thyme and tangy goat cheese mousse. The drizzled lavender honey on top caps off the perfect dessert.
This pretty pear cake is also versatile-you can frost the bottom layer and stack the second for a bigger cake, or cut each layer into slices or squares.
A flavorful pie combining Rogue Red pears and the subtle tartness of dried apricots.
Simple and delicious. Poached Bosc pears retain their distinctive buttery flavor and are firm enough to maintain shape. Lightly used, spices add their voice to this dessert, served warm or chilled.
This elegant pear dessert was developed by Chef Asher Miller of 20.21 Restaurant & Bar in Minneapolis, MN.
Nationally renowned Chef Matthew Lightner of Portland, Oregon's Castagna restaurant is known for his special flair with seasonal ingredients. In this elegant-yet-approachable dish, Bosc pears are basted in caramel and served with homemade hazelnut butter and crunchy roasted hazelnuts. A scoop of good vanilla bean ice cream is the perfect complement to this fragrant and flavorful dessert.
For cupcakes, prepare same cake batter. Fill paper baking cups 3/4 full. Bake for 30 minutes. Top each with walnut or pecan half if desired.
This pretty sundae gets seasonal flavor from the addition of fresh pears. Add a different flavor of ice cream (peanut butter, rocky road, strawberry) to make it your own!
Although any firm pear will do, this recipe is perfect for long-necked Bosc pears as they hold their shape well during cooking.
The rich flavors of the brown sugar and the fresh pears blend beautifully in this decadent cinnamon cake. Serve with coffee.