Baked Pear in Lavender-Maple Syrup

October 4, 2011 |  by  |  Blog, Fall, Food for the Soul

Yum! I wanted to share this for a while with you and I finally have time today.

I am discovering lavender! It actually goes well with a lot of food! We bought a gallon of maple sirup during our last trip to the local maple sirup farm, which is also a great cooking ingredient! Besides this delicious dish, I also have some printables for you!

Baked Pears:

1. Preheat oven to 400 F.

2. Peel the pears and cut in half.

3. Place pears in cast iron pan.

4. Pour maple sirup over the pears.

5. Add the butter.

6. Bake each side for 12 minutes.

7. Remove from oven, add 1 tblsp of cream cheese and pour lavender glaze on top.

Lavender Glaze:

1. In small pot heat sugar, lemon juice and water.

2. Pour in lavender.

3. Slowly cook until sugar is melted, stir constantly.

More Pear Love:

If you want to impress your guests, you should check out Jessica’s vertical pear salad- awesome!!!

Something halloweeny….the pear witch project- booohhhh!

Pear and apple butter- Martha does it!

Beautiful little pear tarts- by Amy

Baked Pear by Sweet Paul

This is it for today! Make sure you bake those pears!


//xoxo, Sibylle//

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16 Comments

  1. God I love lavender- and we have some in the garden! My husband is starting to experiment with different syrups. He just made a basil syrup (yum!). I’ll pass this on to him.
    Molly recently blogged..Zucchini Out Our Ears

  2. this looks and sounds fabulous… i have a pear tree and make many dishes, grow scads of lavender too, but i have not made this simple but elegant combo, yippee new food for me!
    onceinabluemoon recently blogged..fall at the beach…

  3. TThank you for the great download!

  4. Wow. That looks soo good. My stomach just growled for some delish pears in lavender glaze.
    Connie @ Daydream In Color recently blogged..{Color Palette} A Geisha’s Kimono

  5. I have never cooked with lavender before, but I’ll bet it’s wonderful. And how can you go wrong with pears and maple syrup? :)

  6. What a GREAT recipe! And those printables are so cute! I would love it if you came over to CAST PARTY WEDNESDAY and shared your recipe with us. Thanks, I hope to see you there!
    http://ladybehindthecurtain.com

  7. DIVINE! I cook a lot with lavender and this looks wonderful!
    Karen recently blogged..Alchemy and Stained Glass Windows……..Home-made Quince Jelly

  8. Lavande et sirop d’érable, mes deux préférés! Je cours acheter des poires pour faire ce dessert.

    Votre blogue est charmant, je m’y abonne!

  9. I had no idea you could cook with lavender. I love the smell of it in lotions and soaps.
    John recently blogged..Enameled and Seasoned Cast Iron Cookware Reviews

  10. Tried to find this label to download (has the link been removed?)
    Love this photography. I also cook with lavender and just add it to my regular shortbread recipe, it tastes a little like ginger, slightly warm mmmmm.

  11. How can I access the printable for the “Perfect Pear” ? THanks :)

  12. lavender… this recipe reminds me the tastes of Provence, France, where I spent my holidays. Thank you Sibylle!

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