OK I know that I am supper late on this post, but because I have a giveaway until tomorrow . I kind of hesitated posting something without Aunt Nellie’s goodness but then I thought you have to have a fabulous dessert with a fabulous dinner. So here we go.
Pear Blueberry Crumble Ingredients
7 Pears peeled and Chopped
The zest of a lemon about 3 teaspoons
2 cups Blueberries
1 cup flour
1 cup sugar
Mrs Mix It’s Famous Crumble topping
1/4 pound butter (1 Stick)
1 ½ cups Oats
½ cup Brown sugar
3/4 cup gluten free oat flour
7 or 8 ramekins 4 oz size
Pam Cooking Spray
1 Lined baking sheet with foil or silpat
Take butter and cut into cubes add flour, oats, and sugar and take off your rings because this involves your hands to mix. Mix and knead until well mixed together it should form clumps of the crumble.
Take Ramekins and spray with cooking spray and equally divide the coated pears and blueberries into 7 or 8 ramekins.
Next Make Crumble and cover Ramekins with Crumble Topping.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
TIP OF THE DAY I hold my hand around ramekin when doing this so you do not have a lot of spillage on your baking sheet.
Place in the preheated oven at 350 degrees for 40 min.
Let cool for about 20 min. serve warm with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream.
WOW! These look awesome! Pear is probably one of my favorite fruits and it seems to be so underrated! I need to get some of those small white dishes so that I can attempt this. Thank you for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for visiting my blog and following!! This looks so yummy...love fruit crisps! Also love your blog...following back!ReplyDelete
Looks wonderful. I love how you document the recipe with photos. I am now following you - thanks for the comment on my blog and the follow - look foward to see what you are going to be making next. http://fishfulthinking-cbusch.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
I can imagine how yummy these are with vanilla ice cream. Pears and blueberry sound delicious together. Love individual desserts!ReplyDelete
YUM! Saw some fresh blueberries at the market yesterday and this dish is definitely worth a try. My husband loves crumbles. Great welcome home dish.ReplyDelete