Pear & Cinnamon Crumbles: How To Make Some. Hello friends. Happy Sunday. So are you looking for a new recipe to try? Also, something warm and sweet?
Are you looking for a nice pudding recipe to serve up with custard or cream? How about trying out this tasty Pear & Cinnamon Crumbles recipe? Yum, yum.
Layers of chopped pears with an almond crumble on top. What’s not to love about this recipe? Perfect for an after Sunday dinner served up on a cold afternoon. Or maybe a dinner party or week night treat?
How To Make Pear & Cinnamon Crumbles:
Serves 4 | V F
Time 40 mins
Calories 657 | Fibre 7.2g | Salt 0.4g | Sugar 35g | Fat 41g of which | 16g is saturated
Pears 4, peeled, cored and chopped
Caster sugar 1 tbsp
Butter 110g (4oz)
Demerara sugar 110g (4oz)
Ground almonds 110g (4oz)
Plain flour 110g (4oz)
Ground cinnamon 1 tsp
Flaked almonds 2 tbsp
1.) Firstly, preheat oven to 190°C/170°fan/Gas 5.
2.) Place pears and caster sugar in a saucepan with 2 tbsp water. Cook gently for 5-8 minutes, until soft. Spoon pears into 4 ovenproof ramekins using a slotted spoon.
3.) Tip all remaining ingredients except almonds into a food processor and pulse several times until mixture resembles breadcrumbs. Sprinkle crumble mixture over pears and top with flaked almonds.
4.) Bake for 20 minutes or until topping is golden. Last but not least, enjoy.
Pear & Cinnamon Crumbles: How To Make Some:
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So what do you think about these Pear & Cinnamon Crumbles? Love pears, cinnamon and almonds? Also, love crumble? We do here. Do you also fancy making and trying out this pear and cinnamon crumble recipe out?
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