Healthy Pear Crumble


I’m making up for lost time and also remembered I had promised to post this when I posted a picture of the empty ramekin on Instagram.

This recipe is incredibly quick and easy. It was inspired by watching Master Chef and being on the Candida Diet I couldn’t really eat anything too bad, so this was what we came up with. Absolute deliciousness. You could serve this with a drizzle or blob of Coconut Cream. If you require more sweetness add some Maple Syrup.

(When E-Ditty and I made this we didn’t measure, so this is all very approximate, add or remove as you please)

2 Large Pears
a squeeze of fresh Lemon Juice
1/2 teaspoon of Vanilla Beans scraped from the pod (you could use vanilla bean paste)
1 cup Almond Meal
1/3 cup shredded Coconut
1 teaspoon Cinnamon powder
1 teaspoon or two of cold Butter
1 handful of raw crushed nuts (your choice)
1 tablespoon of Chia Seeds [I forgot this ingredient when I first posted the recipe… Sorry]


Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius.
Core and chop/slice pears into small pieces. Place in a small bowl and combine with Lemon Juice and Vanilla. Place in two large ramekins or one medium sized dish.
For the crumble; combine Almond Meal, Coconut, Chia and Cinnamon. Add the Butter and rub to create bread crumb texture. Add the nuts and mix together.
Place crumble on top of pears and bake in oven until crumble is golden brown.
There may be a fair amount of liquid in with the Pears, don’t drain this off it’s delicious!

If you like you could add Blueberries or any other fruit to the mix, but Pears are what we had at the time.


– Cass xo –


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