Happy Monday! We have an amazing recipe to share with you from our friend Ashleigh Grange. With the weather cooling down (goodbye summer), we're all about enjoying warming recipes that are going to nourish us from the inside out! And what better way to kick off fall than with a delicious dessert using one of our Honest Leaf teas as an ingredient! Here you go...
Original recipe by Ashleigh Grange, RHN, CNE
Makes 6 servings
What You Need
1 ½ tsp Soothe tea by The Honest Leaf [link: http://thehonestleaf.com/product/soothe]
½ cup hot water
3 slightly underripe pears, washed, sliced and cored
Juice of ½ lemon
1-2 Tbsp real maple syrup
1 Tbsp melted coconut oil
How to Make It
Steep 1 ½ tsp Soothe tea in ½ cup hot water for 5 minutes.
While the tea steeps, place the sliced pears in an oven-safe dish with a cover. Squeeze the lemon juice evenly over both sides of the pears and lay them cut side down.
Strain the tea. Mix the maple syrup and coconut oil with the steeped tea and pour evenly over the pears.
Cover and bake at 350° for 20-25 minutes or just until fork tender.
Serve warm with the stewing liquid and top with shredded coconut, sliced almonds or other nuts if desired.
Guest Blog Post By:
Ashleigh Grange is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist (R.H.N.), Culinary Nutrition Expert (C.N.E.), nutrition copywriter and French translator. She wholeheartedly believe that cooking skills are the KEY to health and that they are vital to making healthier choices. She develops recipes and discusses the healing benefits of everyday foods on her whole foods blog at www.AshleighGrange.com/blog.
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