Looking for an easy, creamy, deliciously sweet way to spruce up your meals? Pear cream is the perfect sauce for cereal, fruit, desserts, and salads. What makes this pear cream so exceptional is that you can make it in less than 5 minutes with simple healthy ingredients. Not to mention, it has the “wow” factor that will take your dishes to the gourmet level just like that.
I love this pear cream; I can eat it on just about everything, and when you think your creativity has reached its limit, give it a go in the ice cream maker. Consequently, you have a wonderfully healthy and tasty pear ice cream for an easy dessert.
We actually developed this recipe for a wedding we catered years ago, and served it with fresh fruit with great success. In fact, it will add a spark to your meal, which is what I call a successful recipe.
Skipping breakfast in the morning? Not a good idea! It can increase the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. So breakfast is a must. Let’s put some charm back into our breakfast with this creamy and absolutely delicious pear recipe.
Pear cream is the perfect way to add a little extra sparkle to breakfast. Drizzle this creamy, slightly sweet cream over fresh fruit and granola, and transform your breakfast into something extraordinary.
Recipes to serve with Pear Cream?
- Fruit Kabobs
- Breakfast Blueberry Crisp
- Vegan Crepes
- Oat Waffles
- Pumpkin Steal-Cut Oats
- Easy Healthy Overnight Oats
Other Recipe You May Like:
- Vegan Apple Tart
- Vegan Strawberry Muffins
- Lemon Crinkle Cookies
- Gourmet Baked Apple
- Almond Biscotti
- Moist Carrot Cake
Reasons to Love this Recipe:
Easy and Quick to make
Creamy & Delicious
Takes dishes to another level
Healthy & Nutritious
What is Pear Cream?
Pear Cream is basically a fantastic sauce or dip made primarily of pears and coconut milk. As a matter of fact, it is so super simple, quick and easy to make; you will hardly believe its creamy, smooth and delicious flavor and texture. Consequently, this recipe has been a staple recipe in our home for years.
pears (canned, unsweetened)
coconut milk (full-fat coconut milk)
Health Benefits of Pears:
excellent source of fiber
rich in vitamins and minerals
low glycemic index
packed with antioxidants
How to Make Pear Cream:
Pear Cream is super easy and quick to make. Add pears, coconut milk, vanilla extract, salt, and maple syrup to a blender and blend until smooth.
- Use fresh pears instead of canned pears
- Use peaches instead of pears
- Gluten-free: Naturally gluten-free
- Oil-free: Naturally oil-free
- Soy-Free: Naturally soy-free.
- Nut-free: Use a nut-free milk. Be cautious with coconut milk, even though coconuts are not technically a nut; some with nut allergies are allergic to coconut milk, also.
How to Store this Pear Cream Recipe:
Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 7 days.
Special Equipment or Tools:
Blender: A high-power blender will make quick work of this recipe.
FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions:
Why use canned pears in this pear cream?
- Canned pears make this recipe super simple and quick to make. Unsweetened canned pears are readily available in the grocery store, and what’s even more useful, they last very well on the shelf.
- Fresh pears do not keep well and require a bit more work.
Can I use fresh pears?
Yes, fresh pears will work. It might be helpful to peel the pears. The end result may be a little grainier than the canned version.
Can you make pear cream ice cream?
Yes, pear cream ice cream is delicious! Click here to watch me make it on YouTube!
Is Coconut a Nut?
No, Coconut is not technically a nut, though many consider it such. Coconut has been shown to create reactions in people with nut allergies.Print
Pear cream is the perfect sauce for cereal, fruit, desserts, and salads. What makes this pear cream so exceptional is that you can make it in less than 5 minutes with simple healthy ingredients. Not to mention, it has the “wow” factor that will take your dishes to the gourmet level just like that.
- 1 can unsweetened canned pears
- 1/2 cup + 2 tablespoons coconut milk
- 1/4 teaspoon vanilla
- pinch of salt
- 2–3 tablespoons maple syrup (if you use sweetened canned pears, you may not need the maple syrup)
Blend all the ingredients in a blender until smooth. Enjoy over granola, fruit salad, or anything else that may need a touch of sweetness!