Easy Roasted Pear Sauce + 3 Ways to Use it!

Busy working moms like myself want recipes that do more than just feed one meal. We want recipes that S-T-R-E-T-C-H and this Easy Roasted Pear Sauce made with beautiful pears does just that! From a healthy treat for the kids, to marinades, baked goods, and cocktails this roasted pear sauce pretty much does it all.

A glass jar filled with roasted pear sauce sits next to a glass cup of roasted pear sauce on a wooden table. There are green and reddish brown pears in teh background of the image and a sliced green pear with teh core removed in the front of the image.

When we moved to Atlanta last summer we knew that our lives would be very different, we just didn’t realize how different!

Gone are the days of both kid’s schools being a 10 minute walk across the park from our house. All in all at the end of each week day here in Atlanta we spend about 2 hours each commuting. 2 HOURS!!  Obviously, we don’t get more hours in the day (wouldn’t that be nice!) just because we lost 9 hours of our week to trekking around.

So, as a family we’ve had to get pretty creative about where these 9 hours a week are coming from in our already tightly packed schedules. Trust me, every one is making compromises.

In Long Beach, I used to dedicate about an hour each day, sometimes more, prepping and cooking dinner. Not to mention the time I spent in between work tasks during the day packing lunches for everyone and doing dishes. SO MANY DISHES!! These days I have found that I am spending WAY less time in the kitchen and leaning more towards recipes like this Easy Roasted Pear Sauce that require little effort and time from me, but give me SO much in return.

This roasted pear sauce is a powerhouse in the kitchen!

With just 1 batch of this roasted pear sauce I can pack my kid’s a healthy homemade snack in their lunchboxes, serve up a killer marinade for a pork chop dinner, make a batch of pear scented granola, and even have a few pear martinis with my friends. Did I mention the fact that you can use this pear sauce in baked goods too? Basically, any recipe that calls for apple sauce will substitute 1 to 1.

A glass storage jar and a small glass cup are filled with roasted pear sauce. the cup has a silver spoon in it. They are both sitting on a wooden table top that is draped with a white linen cloth and has a vintage cutting board on top of the table. The table is covered in whole fresh green and brown pears and has a sliced green pear with the core removed laying next to the jar of pear sauce.

I mean, let’s be honest with one another, how many recipes do you have in your arsenal that do that type of heavy lifting? My guess is, not too many!

If you’ve tried this Easy Roasted Pear Sauce , I would be so grateful if you would rate it. Let me know what you think in the comments below. I just love hearing from you, and your reviews and comments really help others that visit This Mess is Ours!

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Easy Roasted Pear Sauce + 3 Ways to Use it!

A glass jar filled with roasted pear sauce sits next to a glass cup of roasted pear sauce on a wooden table. There are green and reddish brown pears in teh background of the image and a sliced green pear with teh core removed in the front of the image.

Don’t forget to rate the recipe and let me know what you think about this Roasted Pear Sauce recipe in the comments below. I just love hearing from you. Your reviews/comments really help other people that visit This Mess is Ours!

 

  • Author: This Mess is Ours
  • Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • Cook Time: 30 minutes
  • Total Time: 40 minutes

Ingredients

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6 Stemilt pears, peeled, halved, cored

1/41/2 cup water 

Instructions

Preheat the oven to 350°F.

Lay prepared pears cut side down on a baking pan and bake for 30-45 minutes, or until soft to the touch at the thickest part of the pear. Let cool slightly.

Transfer pears to a blender along with 1/4 cup water. Purée until the pears are thoroughly blended, you may need to add the additional 1/4 cup of water if your puree is still too thick. Let cool. Transfer to a glass jar with a tight fitting lid and store in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

Notes: The longer you roast the pears, the more caramelized they will become resulting in a darker puree.

Keywords: roasted pear, pear sauce, fruit sauce, homemade fruit sauce, pear recipes

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What are the health benefits of pears?

Pears are chockful of nutrients and vitamins which are known to contribute to the health of the heart and gut, among other benefits. Eating the peel will maximize the nutrition you can get from pears.

Click here for more information about the health benefits of pears.

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