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baked pears

Ingredients

baked pears

Halve pears and core

baked pears

Lay the pears in a dish for baking

baked pears

Serve with jam and mint leaves

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MACROBIOTIC BAKED PEAR DESERT

BAKED PEARS

This is a rich, sweet, satisfying desert that takes a few minutes to prepare and needs 15 minutes in a hot oven.

There is no added refined sugar and it is made of natural ingredients. The desert can be part of a natural healthy diet and will provide useful nutrients, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, other phyto nutrients and fiber.

The desert is initially warming and yang, but eventually settles to helping us feel relax and yin. The sweetness gives it more of an earth quality in the five elements.

The ingredients below are for 4 people. Adjust as appropriate.

INGREDIENTS

4 pears, halved and cored.

4 heaped tsp of sugar free natural jam

2 tsp peanut butter (choose any nut butter)

2 tsp hazelnut butter 9choose any nut butter)

4 tsp of maple syrup or honey

Almond extract / essence to taste

Vanilla to taste

8 fresh mint leaves

PREPARATION

Heat up the over to gas mark 5 and place the pears in the oven for 15 minutes when hot.

Mix the nut butters, syrup, almond extract and vanilla into a paste. Apply the mixture to the baked pears.

Serve with a tsp of jam and mint leaf.

CREATIVE OPTIONS

Add grated orange rind to the mixture.

Add grated ginger to the mixture.

Sprinkle cinnamon over the desert to decorate.

Simon can help you with macrobiotic cooking classes so you can learn new skills and ways to create your own macrobiotic diet.


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