There’s something wonderful that happens when you cook pears into a dessert. Pear desserts are sweet and delicious, and perfect for the beginning of the year. There are so many ways to enjoy pears in a dessert; you can poach them and then bake them, you can eat them poached, and you can cook them into quick breads and tarts. These vegan pear desserts are wonderful to make for a twist on your favorite desserts! Don’t forget to check out these recipes and many others on our Food Monster App!
1. Raw Pear Tart
Source: Raw Pear Tart
2. Jasmine Poached Pears
Source: Jasmine Poached Pears
Poaching fruits is a great way to infuse flavor and these Jasmine Poached Pears by Rouxbe showcase this technique. This same poaching method can be used with other fruits, such as apples, pears, apricots, peaches and plums.
3. Poached Pear Chai Bread
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This Poached Pear Chai Bread by Vegan Holiday Cooking by Kirsten Kaminski is an elegant version of a sunken pear cake is true to its flavors and hides the perfect surprise on the inside, making it incredibly moist and fluffy. This bread gets a powerful infusion of fresh ginger, maple syrup and white wine to make it even more festive.
4. Autumn Waffles With Pear Mille Feuille
5. Quinoa Pear Salad
Source: Quinoa Pear Salad
This Quinoa Pear Salad by Medha Swaminathan is both light and refreshing, and the pears give it a bit of sweetness! If you’re looking for a recipe that offers a variety of flavors, this recipe is for you.
6. Pear Oatmeal Banana Bread
Source: Pear Oatmeal Banana Bread
This Pear Oatmeal Banana Bread by Charlie Rioux is a super easy and delicious baked good to make for any occasion. It’s perfect for when you have extra ripe bananas to use up. It also doesn’t need much sugar since the bananas are a great sweeten and oats bring out the sweetness. Make sure your bananas are really ripe; there should be more black than yellow. That’s the secret to a good banana bread! This oatmeal banana bread is vegan, nut-free, soy-free and oil-free! It has pear for extra flavour, but if you want a plain banana bread, or don’t have ripe pears, it is also good without the pear.
7. Easy Pear Berry Crumble
Source: Easy Pear Berry Crumble
8. Almond and Pear Thumbprint Cookies
These Almond and Pear Thumbprint Cookies by Renee Press are a snap to make, and healthy too. They’re filled with all the goodness of almonds and have a sweetened pear jam dolloped on top. They make a lovely on-the-go breakfast treat, are perfect with a cup of tea in the afternoon, and would make a great after school (or work) snack with some cold almond milk.
9. Roasted Chai-Spiced Pears
Source: Roasted Chai-Spiced Pears
Pears are a wonderful and nutritious fruit to enjoy on their own, and when you bake them, they become irresistible! This Roasted Chai-Spiced Pears by One-Hour Dairy-Free Cheese, Claudia Lucero is topped with fresh vegan ricotta, this dish is versatile, serving as a breakfast, snack, appetizer, or dessert!
10. Chocolatey Pear Crisp
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This Chocolatey Pear Crisp by Charlie Rioux is sweet, juicy, chocolatey and full of flavor. It definitely hits the spot as an actual full-blown dessert. The cacao butter gives it a rich, chocolate flavor that makes even small portions very satisfying!
11. Walnut Crusted Pear-Ginger Tart
Source: Walnut Crusted Pear-Ginger Tart
12. Pear Strudel With Pistachio Pesto
This Pear Strudel With Pistachio Pesto by Attila Hildmann is best if you enjoy it fresh out of the oven served with chilled soy whipped cream or vegan vanilla ice cream. The combination of warm strudel and cold whipped cream or ice cream just can’t be beat. You can also find larger quantities of organic shelled pistachios, used in the pesto for this dish, fairly cheap on the internet.
13. Fudgy Pear and Walnut Brownies
Source: Fudgy Pear and Walnut Brownies
14. Red Wine Poached Pears
Source: Red Wine Poached Pears
Pears are a delicious and healthy fruit best eaten fresh. But every now and then, it’s nice to do something a little special, and the holiday season is one of those times. These Red Wine Poached Pears by Julie Zimmer are poached in red wine and spices. You can serve them as is or with a scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream or vegan cream.
15. Pear and Raspberry Galette
Source: Pear and Raspberry Galette
If you are a hardcore pastry lover, then this Pear and Raspberry Galette by Lauren Wright is for you. It has the pastry, the fruits and the ice cream BUT it’s a whole lot easier and way less fiddly to make than pies or even tarts. A galette is the most simple version of a pie, which means it is fuss-free!
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