Sunday, November 18, 2012

Pear and Cranberry Crisp


The beginnings of Pear and Cranberry Crisp


It's snowing here today which makes it a perfect day for hibernating.. AND.. for turning on the oven to bake something fragrant and yummy like this Pear and Cranberry Crisp. It's guaranteed to gather the troops from all corners of the house and put a smile on any face.

You need your basic apple crisp kind of recipe, but then replace the apples with not-too-ripe pears and add some fresh or frozen cranberries (I used fresh).

There are a couple of yummy varieties of the recipe over at Epicurious. One includes walnuts, one is without; one is served with vanilla ice cream, the other with cinnamon ice cream.

A tip about the cinnamon ice cream -- I just take a few scoops of vanilla ice cream, sprinkle it with cinnamon, and then mix it together. You can serve it softer or put it back in the freezer till hard again. 


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Here's wishing you a peaceful Sunday!

Hugs,
Brenda
xox




11 comments:

  1. Now that is a new thought to me and shows how little I get out...cinnamon ice cream. Hmmmm, I think I can smell this delight all the way here.

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  2. That looks so lovely and fairly easy. I can just imaging the lovely smells.

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  3. A dessert made in Heaven! sandie

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  4. Sounds warm and cozy and delicious!

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  5. Hello Brenda. Hoy gracias a Dios te he encontrado por internet, creo que nada es casual, me ha fascinado tu blog, tus palabras, las necesitava. Todo cuánto escribes me parece maravilloso, y estoy de acuerdo contigo cuando crees que la belleza es Dios. Me alegro de haberte encontrado y voy a poner tu blog en mis favoritos para poder leerte de vez en cuando. Enhorabuena por tu bonito encuentro. Un abrazo desde España.
    http://eljarddelagns.blogspot.com.es/ este es mi blog.

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  6. I love your blog....It's so sweetly written and so positive. I am borrowing your words that I caught a glimpse of heaven in your blog...:)

    tl

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  7. That picture has a definite hint of Christmas about it! I think it must be the cranberries. Lovely.

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  8. thank you Brenda... i love anything cranberry!! have a happy Thanksgiving!!
    ^)^ linda
    where are my 'sticks' & 'string'??!!

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  9. that sounds delicious...I bought some pumpkin chocolate chip bread today but there's nothing like smelling it baking in the house!

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  10. There is a restaurant here in the Valley, the Vintage Press, that makes a wonderful cinnamon ice cream. Although I am not an ice cream eater, that one always gets to me.

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  11. Hi there! I was visiting Sandra at Ravenhill Cottage when I came across your lovely blog. It is a blessing to read your posts and see your love for the Lord and Savior. I am now following you and I look forward to future visits. Blessings to you!

    Hugs,
    Stephanie
    www.theenchantingrose.blogspot.com

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