31 July 2014

Roasted pear Crumble









Was a cloudy day today (still we are in winter) and yes I can heard some of you say what? well when you are in summer (North) here we are in winter (south).

But the times goes  fast and my friend  Betsy said me the days  are like autumn(she lives in Ohio) so would  begin the spring here soon.
(You can visit Betsy she is an awesome lady with beauty pics and a lovely family)

And yesterday I saw a Dove looking by a nest:)
I don't have problem I love winter and especially autumn.
But the pics are difficult some times.
Anyway these roasted pears were delicious and easy!

Source:Bon apppetit

"Consider this sweet and crunchy dessert a free-form fruit crisp.
Be warned. The nutty oat topping is addictive"
Bon appetit

Im sharing with Cook your books of Joyce







Ingredients
(4 servings)

2 ripe but firm Anjou or others pears you have
halved and cored
2 tsp  plus 2 tbsp oil
1/2 cup almonds laminated
1/4 cup shelled pumpkin seeds (optative)
2 tablespoon light brown sugar
2 tablespoons old fashioned oats
pinch of salt
1 tablespoon sesame seeds preferably black
1 cup cream cheese or mascarpone
3 tablespoons greek yogurt
2 tablespoon sugar

Method

Preheat oven to 180°c (375°).
Place pears cut side up on a small baking sheet.
Drizzle with 2 tsp oil and roast on until are soft (about 20 minutes). Let cool slightly.
Meanwhile toss almonds-pumpkin seeds-brown sugar- oats-salt and remaining 2 tablespoon oil in a small baking sheet.
Toast on lower rack and stirring occasionally until golden. about 10 to 12 minutes.
Remove from oven and mix in sesame seeds. Let cool.

Whisk cream cheese  and greek yogurt in a small bowl and add sugar.
Spoon this cream onto plates and top with pears and nut oat crumble.

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En español

Peras al horno con crumble


















Me encantan las peras y este año hemos comido muchisimas!
(Las naranjas y mandarinas han estado carísimas) comemos muchas en forma natural sobre todo al desayuno pero cuando puedo reservo unas pocas para algún postre.

Este postre es sencillo y delicioso lo comimos hoy al almuerzo.
Pero pienso que sería estupendo despues de una comida tambien.
Adaptado de Bon Appetit.

98 comments:

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    1. Oh, this looks SO SO good! I love pears! Pinning this, dear! :)

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    2. Did You love your post ?I know you love pears and put a link lol
      to your blog!
      xo

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    3. haha I can see you there betsy!

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  2. Yum! I'm actually ready for fall and winter now! It's SO hot here. 90 degrees plus most days.

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    1. Yes I think maybe is enough summer !
      I hope here we dont have so much hot weather in summer!

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  3. Looks yummy.

    Today was like Autumn here. I loved it. The entire summer so far, feels more like Autumn. I'll take it.

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    1. Nice Ivy autumn is so good I love this weather! xo

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    2. Yes Im not soo happy in summer sometimes is hard!

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  4. oh i love pears like this...T makes them similar...and they are so good....
    i have pear trees as well...smiles...if the blackbirds dont get them...
    or the wood bees...they love them too

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    1. Y&es we love too and have some trees but the last years all pears were eatne by the birds!
      Omy!
      Yes is like all birds here love pears and cherries.
      I noticed the dont eat so much apples lol

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  5. One thing is for sure Gloria, I am always hungry after seeing your wonderful creations here. Pears are awesome!

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  6. Gloria, This little dessert looks good and sounds nice too... We've never done anything with roasted pears so thanks for the idea! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  7. All crumbled and ready to eat. And geez, sucking up to Betsy lol

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  8. This looks delicious. Gloria, your pictures always look amazing. But I know what you mean about the winter months and the days are short, it is harder to take food pictures.

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    1. Thanks Dawn.Is true cloudy days are difficult.
      My best time to cook or bake is in the morning but sometimes is al day cloudy:)

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  9. What a beautiful dish, Gloria! Mmmm...roasted pears sound lovely to me. I hope the winter isn't being too cruel to you...summer hasn't been very pleasant for us.

    In regards to the blog updates, I fixed the feed two days back and from what I can tell, it looks as if the feeds are working. I can see our latest post has updated on your sidebar, so hopefully it will keep you updated going forward. Let me know if it stops working though...moving from Blogger to WP has been one migraine after another. Thank you for subscribing and for giving me the heads up!

    Have beautiful weekend.

    xo,
    Tammy<3

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    1. Thanks Tammy dear
      BTW I love winter because summer is really hot here)
      Anyway today I want bake something is a sunchine day today!
      Yes I was sompre problems but I notices is in my sidebar again.
      But Im happy to subribe is more Tammy I have others friends I receive in e-mails.
      I noticed always is difficult when you change from Blogger to WP but is only a time.I think you and Catherine are ok now:)
      Send you hugs!!
      have a nice weekend!

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  10. Your pear crumble looks really delicious!

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    1. Thanks dear. I m thinking in link up this to Cook your books but I think will be better for AUgust because is the final of month (and I can't believe)
      x

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    2. Hi Gloria,
      Thanks for linking with CYB!
      Hope you have a wonderful week ahead!

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  11. Delicious looking crumble for your pears, Gloria! Am also anxious to try the yogurt/cream cheese combo!

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    1. Thanks Barbara!
      Yes I try this mix yogurt and cream cheese because is more easy to stir was good!
      xo

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  12. I have never had pear in a crumble...I must need try this, sounds and looks delicious Gloria.
    Have a great weekend dear :D

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    1. Juliana is really fresh you now cause the pears are more moist than apples .
      BTW the lids wanted more and I haven´t lol
      xo

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  13. I adore crumbles of every variety, but I have never tried pear in a crumble either.
    That will now be rectified!
    Thank you so much for sharing. :)

    Big Hugs xxx

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    1. Thanks Ygraine! I bet you will love this:)
      xo

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  14. I have to wait until the Fall when pears come back to make this delicious dessert.

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    1. Thanks Chaya! Happy to see you again! :)

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  15. Un dessert très gourmand. J'en mangerai avec plaisir.
    A bientôt

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  16. Hi Gloria,
    thanks being passed my blog, nice to meet you, follow you again!:)
    Dani

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  17. It's a hot day here today and a little stormy too. We'll have those short winter days before long. Your dessert looks delicious and perfect with pears!

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    1. Thanks dear Pam, have a nice weekend!

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  18. We love anything with crumble or streusel...these roasted pears look scrumptious, Gloria.

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    1. I love crumble or streusel too Angie:)

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  19. I love apple crumble so I'm sure a pear crumble will be equally delicious!

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  20. Mi piace molto questo abbinamento del morbido e del croccante!!!!! Complimenti

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  21. this looks so good, and the warm weather will be there before you know it

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    1. Thanks Rebecca yes I know, in September begin spring here:))

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  22. un dessert gourmand et délicieux
    bon week-end

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  23. Love crisp and crumbles and this looks delicious!!

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  24. what a delicious dessert, I love pears !

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  25. Pears are one of my favs.
    Yum ~ Eddie :)

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  26. Now you are talking. Like Eddie I love pears done like that, but I use Creme Fraiche and honey on them, sprinkled with cinnamon and nutmeg.. Not keen on yoghurt.

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    1. Aw thanks Keith!
      You are welcome here:)
      I love cream fraiche and with cinnamon and nutmeg sounds delicious!

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  27. I have the same problem with photos too (I'm also in winter!)- I tend to wake up late, so by the time I finish cooking/baking and have time to take photos, it's usually getting dark :( Your roasted pear crumble looks like an amazing dessert to have in winter though!

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    1. Is a problem didn't? I n many bakes Im lucky with a little sunshine but this day was really cloudy!
      Yesterday I taked others and was a lovely day like spring!
      Thanks Von!

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  28. My state is right next to Ohio and we were very cool this morning! Quite odd for August. I'll hold onto summer peaches and berries a little while longer, but when autumn arrives, I'd love to make your yummy pear crumble! xo

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    1. Really? Betsy say that days were realy like Autumn! and yes August is still hot there!
      I think in august maybe we have some rains but we need!!
      I hope you enjoy dear when you make this desserts!
      xo

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  29. Lovely crumble, Gloria.. perfect in winter and all year round to me..

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  30. Yes we usually have pears aways.
    Thanks dear:)

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  31. Pear is one of my favourite fruits to bake with - your crumble looks lovely

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    1. CC I love pears I think is one of my favorites fruits!

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  32. This is lovely Gloria! This is great at any time of the year.
    How strange to think that some people are in the winter and some in the summer. I enjoy all seasons as they are different and all interesting.
    Have a good week. Ciao!

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    1. Thanks Alida. Im agree I love pears all the year.
      Yes about the seasons always I think when we are in winter others people are in summer.
      Fortunately many recipes you can make to every season ! And sometimes I make someones of the season!
      Thanks dear:)

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  33. wow! Bellissima ricetta, complimeti!
    Ciao Gloria a presto
    Federica :-)

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  34. Looks so tasty - and pretty blue plates. Crumbles/Cobblers/Crisps are some of my favourite things. I see you didn't get interrupted above - how nice! ;-)

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    1. Thanks Suzy! Yes I love these old style plates.
      Yes is so quiet here today:))
      Really nice:)

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  35. Four servings, please. :)) And a dentist....

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    1. Ok four servings: we serve really fast:)
      And still a dentist? Omy! You have to go to a dentist grumpy...tomorrow
      Dear today is Sunday (:
      Take care grumpy!

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    2. Haha yes you are really fast! Dentist? What dentist? I'm eating ;)

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  36. This looks fab and the plates are beautiful too!

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  37. This crumble has me in the mood for fall, too.

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  38. A fabulous dessert and very fall-like recipe.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  39. I am looking forward to getting seasonal pears here in the U.K, this seems like such a gorgeous dessert to make.

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    1. Thanks Shaheen , I hope you enjoy so much!

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  40. I love pears, so I know I would adore this Gloria!

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  41. Our Pears will be ripening soon...
    That looks scrumptious, Gloria....
    I love ripe, soft pears!
    Enjoy your week...
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. I love pears too Ljnda!
      Thanks!
      Have a nice week too!
      xo

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