Looking for a healthy yet tasty dessert? Look no further. With nutrient-dense almond flour and pears, a fruit particularly high in vitamin C, this dish is a great choice. This refreshing crisp is simple, easy to make, and full of warmth and comfort on a chilly fall day. I like to make it with soft, fully ripened pears—Anjou, Bartlett, or Bosc work very well.Adapted from "The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook" by Elana Amsterdam.
Apples can be used in place of the pears. I found this recipe in The Market Basket Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Guide. This is from New York WIC Program Farmers Market Nutrition Program. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.
From my Best of Country Cooking Cookbook collection. We love fruity cobblers and crisps - served warm with ice cream or cold. With its wholesome oat topping, this is one that we particularly enjoy in the fall when pears are in season.
A terrific way to use up the best winter fruit that we have going for us! This classic crisp has no bottom crust to get soggy. No thickener is necessary since the juices are concentrated during baking. The crisp is at its best when served warm, accompanied by caramel or vanilla ice cream. From Rose Levy Beranbaum