_In December, I posted about my Christmas stuffed pears. Since then, some of my friends have added to the discussion.
Grace Gleason from Wisconsin shared her recipe and photos. Let's call this the Lenten version of baked pears. It is a good, light meal... and minus the syrup (in case you have scratched sweets off your list for Lent). Enjoy!
Took 30 minutes in the oven. Worth the effort.
pears JoshEwea's Garden Gingerbread Oatmeal Cereal (optional), butter, sour cream, and two drizzles
Mix melted butter with cereal,
Fill cored pear halves with mixture
Bake at 350 degrees 20 or 30 minutes
Top with favorite drizzle(s) and creams...
We drizzled with Smoky Robinson syrup & maple syrup.
Great photos! Thank you Grace Please share again!
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