Salted Caramel Pear Crisp

I love all things Fall recipes – pumpkin recipes, apple recipes and now I’m jumping into pear recipes! And seriously, salted caramel?! It rocks my tastebuds’ world every Autumn. 😉

My mom was out of town this past weekend for a family wedding, so we had my dad, two of my brothers and my in-law’s over for Sunday dinner. I made my delicious Chicken Enchilada Casserole as well as a Salted Caramel Pear Crisp. Both were a hit. You will want to make this recipe as soon as you can. It’s lip-lickin’ good!

Salted Caramel Pear Crisp |

So yummy!!

Salted Caramel Pear Crisp |

Do you cook or bake with pears often? I would love ideas on how to use them! :)



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    • Myra Hope says

      Canned would probably work just fine. I would just make sure they are very well drained. If you try it, let me know how it turns out! :)

  1. says

    Made this last night. DELICIOUS! I used palm shortening instead of butter because little Benjamin is off of dairy right now. Still amazing (though, I suspect butter would add more depth to the flavor). :)

  2. Jenny says

    Hey :)

    I’m wanting to make this tomorrow for our thanksgiving dinner in Canada. Should I cook it all tonight and then leave it in the fridge overnight and just warm it up in the oven tomorrow? I’m only in charge of dessert so I could do it tomorrow too, if I did would I just do that same thing? Leave in fridge until I warm it up after supper? Sorry I’m not the best baker and I’m nervous about making it for so many people! Don’t want to mess anything up. Thank you! I’m so excited to try it


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