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"Really tasty rusty dessert. Substituted 1/4 c oats into the topping and that have it a really wonderful texture. Great plain or with vanilla ice cream or cool whip. Will definitely make again!"- platinumdiva
On bottom of lightly greased 8 inch square baking pan, arrange sliced pears. Combine 2 tbsp flour and half the cinnamon. Sprinkle over pears. To make topping, combine 3/4 cup flour, remaining cinnamon, sugar and salt. Cut in butter until crumbly. Add nuts to topping mixture. Spoon over pears. Bake, uncovered, in 350 F oven for 30-35 minutes until pears are tender. Makes 6 servings. Origin: The Great Canadian Cookbook, part one, British Columbia. Shared by: Sharon Stevens
Charick 8 months agoGreat recipe Made several times and serving for Christmas Eve desert a great rustic light tastings desert going to drizzle Carmel and serve with ice cream yummo
platinumdiva 1 year agoReally tasty rusty dessert. Substituted 1/4 c oats into the topping and that have it a really wonderful texture. Great plain or with vanilla ice cream or cool whip. Will definitely make again!
Dargosmom 1 year agoMade this tonight with Splenda instead of sugar and the family loved it!
Betsykeysfarrell 2 years agoThe slightly nutty flavour and cinnamon went well with the pears. I used wheat free flour and a bit of oat flakes. A delicious and healthy dessert!
AlexPK 2 years agoDelicious! I substituted with gluten free flour and agave syrup. Also added a little almond meal with the chopped almonds for more almond flavor. Perfect over plain yogurt for breakfast.
julie1957 3 years agoEnjoyed it, used sliced almonds in the crumble,very crunchy.:))) Also added photo. :)
niceNspicy 4 years agoThis was very good, very easy and very satisfying. Nice presentation and the whole family loved something homey for dessert !! Thanks. Will definately make again!!
Marneil 4 years agoVery nice recipe, I added necterines & it was delicious
FamousAymos 4 years agoMade this for thanksgiving dessert for first family dinner and everyone loved it sooo much that I had to make it again the next day for the second family meal! Yummy and fresh
raysmom 8 years ago