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Baked Pears Recipe



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This baked pears recipe is a simple, easy and healthy way to satisfy your sweet tooth. It is a great recipe to do with a younger child as a helper. They can help core the fruit, sprinkle cinnamon, you get the idea.

It's also a simple easy recipe on a GAPS, SCD and Paleo/Primal diet. It only uses three ingredients!



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Ingredients

Ripe pears for baking, I used Bosc 

Stevia to taste (pictured, I used this), or honey to taste

Cinnamon to taste

Instructions

1 Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.


2 Remove cores from pears with a coring tool. I used one like this.


3 Place pears in a lightly greased baking pan.


4 Sprinkle a little stevia (if this is your first time using Stevia, use less than you think you need. Too much can make it taste bitter instead of sweet.) or drizzle honey over and inside the pears.


5 Sprinkle cinnamon on and in the pears.


6 Bake pears at 350 degrees F for about 45 minutes.


I love to eat these plain, fresh from the oven. They are delicious, and when made with stevia are an "E" on the Trim Healthy Mama eating plan.

I imagine they would taste even better with raw heavy cream poured over the top, but haven’t tried that yet. 


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What a simple, easy baked pears recipe! Works great on Trim Healthy Mama (E). Also perfect on the GAPS, SCD and Paleo/Primal diets. It only uses three ingredients, and is perfect for Fall!

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