Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Pear & Cherry Crisp With Lemon Cream

Friday, September 4, 2020

Pear & Cherry Crisp With Lemon Cream

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I know that fall doesn't officially start for a few more weeks, but for me, fall starts the day after Labor Day.  The holiday marks the end of summer for many of us because it's when we start to pack up our warm weather essentials, the pools close, and the feel of cooler temps start to kick in. Of course we'll still see a few more warm days, so I thought for this week's Golden Blossom Honey recipe, I'd share a delicious treat that combines the goodness of both summer and fall into one tempting dish. This Pear Cherry Crisp with Lemon Cream is a great way to say goodbye to summer and hello to autumn.

When you can't decide between a summer and fall dessert, this is the recipe you're going to want to turn to. You get your summer fix in with the cherry and lemon, then your fall fix with the pear. A crisp is one of my favorite cool weather treats to eat warm out of the oven paired with a hot cuppa tea. If you're doing Labor Day celebrations this weekend, I highly encourage you to put this on the menu. It will be a surefire hit with your guests. 

Ingredients

Filling:
10 firmly ripe pears, peeled, cored, cut into 1/4-inch thick slices
1 cup dried tart cherries or any dried berries
2 1/2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
2 tablespoons GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
2 teaspoons lemon peel, finely grated
Topping
5 tablespoons unsalted butter, room temperature
3/4 cup flour
3/4 cup old-fashioned or quick-cooking oats
3/4 cup brown sugar
3/4 cup walnuts, coarsely chopped
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon ground ginger
1/2 teaspoon ground allspice
Lemon-Honey Cream
1 cup whipping cream
3 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
3 tablespoons GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY

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What are your favorite transitional seasonal desserts?

 

 

29 comments:

  1. Crisps are best Autumn dessert☺

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  2. has a lot of water content is good for our body

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  3. Pumpkin or apple desserts here! I like pears but can’t find any locally grown ones and grocery store ones are expensive.

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    1. I lucked out and stumbled upon several pear trees at the local elementary school. They get so overgrown each year, so we go scoop some up for our fall baking. I'm shocked nobody but the deer seem to be enjoying these trees!

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  4. That is such an elegant combo - pears and cherries! I'd like a perfume with the mix of those two. I have Avon's cherry bodymist and it is very lovely. You did such lovely photos with all those greens!

    It became cold overnight here as well this week with temps as low as just 10*C at night. I like it as it cools down the house well enough so that I don't have to use AC during the day. When I go out for my 9PM evening walk I have to put my winter vest over my shoulders it is so cold! This dramatic change in daily and nightly temps should give Autumn leaves beautiful colours this year.

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    1. It's getting really cold here too. I've already packed up my summer things. I've been holding out on putting out the Halloween, simply because Jason has my bamboo flooring stacked in front of it. I'll power my way through it by next weekend though because I'm itching to get fall started this year!

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  5. Que buena pinta que tiene tu dulce de hoy :-)))

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  6. I want some now. Happy weekend

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  7. I need this so bad right now!!!!!! LOL #CoronaStress

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  8. I'm the only one in my family that likes pears.

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    1. I'm sure you could cut the recipe in half for yourself :)

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  9. Say it isn't so! I hate that the Summer passed up by. Actually, I hate that the past 2 years just passed us by so maybe I should stop complaining. :) While the crisp sounds delicious, I think I'd pass on the cream. Something about the consistency doesn't appeal to me. My favorite autumn dessert is basically everything. LOL I do love stuffoli!

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    1. Stuffoli is so good! I'm with you though. Give me all the autumn desserts!

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  10. I love pear...your recipe is appealing....thank you for sharing....
    Have a great weekend

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  11. Pear Cherry Crisp with Lemon Cream...man, that says it all right there, doesn't it??? It sounds SO tasty to me. Usually I run with cranberry or pumpkin for Fall but honestly, I haven't done a lot of baking for a few years running now. This might tempt me to change things up.

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    1. I've slacked on the baking myself, but have gotten back to making cheesecakes frequently. They seem to be a big stress reliever for me lately.

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  12. I love this Theresa I love pears desserts looks delicious !

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  13. Yum 😋. I don’t get pears all that often. My parents had a pear tree, when I was growing up. I think I just had pear overload. Ha! This does look tasty. I think I just got wore out of eating them alone.

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  14. So hey diddle diddle a recipe for the middle?

    Yep, summer is pretty much over once the kiddies start to go back to school and things go into a routine. Although there isn't much routine this year. So maybe summer can go til March.

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  15. It looks amazing delicious! Thank you for sharing the recipe
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  16. I don't think I've ever bought 10 pears at one time. But this looks so yummy!

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