Top Rated Pear Recipes

Pear Ice Cream
You’ll never believe how easy this ice cream recipe is! This is a great substitute for fat, sugar, and calorie-laden store-bought ice cream.
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Pears are one of fall's most forgotten-about fruits, but we can't imagine why when there's a juice recipe with pears this good. Made by Marra St.Clair and Lori Kenyon-Farley, certified nutritional consultants and co-founders of USDA-certified organic Ritual Wellness Cleanse, this combination of ingredients is especially good to boost your immunity as the colds and coughs come rolling in. 
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spiced martini
Created by the Sidney Frank Importing Company, Grey Goose was named the world's best-tasting vodka within two years of its founding. In 2004, the French vodka not only became the best-selling premium vodka in the United States — selling more than 1.5 million cases that year — it was also acquired by Bacardi. Grey Goose remains popular as ever in 2017 yet also continues to experiment with new varieties; Grey Goose Le Melon, for example, came onto the market in summer 2014, as made with Cavaillon melons from the Provence region of France.Here's one that uses some of the seasonal vodkas of Grey Goose.
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Pears
This recipe is extremely simple, yet elegant. This alternative to rich, unhealthy desserts will satisfy your sweet tooth, but leave you feeling light.
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Pear-Wheatgrass Smoothie
Wheatgrass is a sprouted green grass that has many reputable health benefits; one of which is increased energy levels. Just one ounce of wheatgrass provides the vitamin and mineral equivalent to almost 2.2 pounds of healthy vegetables. It also contains energy-enhancing chlorophyll that may play an important role in cancer prevention. If you’re hesitant to try wheatgrass in the form of a shot, try it in a smoothie instead.This recipe is courtesy of Wheatgrass.com.
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This dish features layers of spicy gingerbread, vanilla pastry cream, caramelized pears, and a bit of Poire William liqueur. As with most trifle desserts, this is even better on the second day, so plan ahead and take advantage. It also feeds a crowd, making this gingerbread trifle a great party dish. For more recipes, visit Bakepedia.com.
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If you like your slice on the sweet side, there's another option besides Hawaiian-style (that's pineapple and ham for the uninitiated). Try some nonfat ricotta sweetened with orange marmalade, a touch of honey, and slices of fiber-filled pears for a healthy meal that tastes like it could be dessert.
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Honey-Pear Pizza
To me, there's nothing better than light, sweet and savory pizza — which is why this lightly sweet pear, honey, smoked gouda, and basil combination is one of my favorite recipes. It's a fun and delicious twist on the standard pie that's also super easy to make! See all pear recipes. Click here to see Bake Me a Pizza as Fast as You Can.
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Tuscan Pear Cocktail
Refreshing and fruity, this Tuscan cocktail seamlessly blends three liquors into one delicious drink.This recipe comes courtesy of Cocktails.About.com.
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Zest up your cranberry sauce this holiday season by infusing it with ginger and onion. This relish is a great low-calorie option for Thanksgiving thanks to spray oil and no-calorie sweetener.This recipe comes courtesy of Slimming World. 
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Christine Dionese, health specialist and author of The Best Craft Cocktails & Bartending with Flair, has long been suggesting prickly pear for its blood sugar lowering effects. Researchers at the University of Vienna in Austria have found in a small study that prickly pear decreased blood glucose by 11 percent. Take a look at our Prickly Pear Mezcal Mule Recipe Read more about the Best Alcoholic Drinks for Your Diet
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