I have given apples a lot of attention with my baking this fall and in the process have neglected another delicious fruit that this season brings- apple’s cousin, Mr. Pear.
These cinnamon pear chips are a great and easy way to enjoy this sweet fruit. The sprinkling of cinnamon and Truvia (you can also use regular sugar) bring out the sweetness of the pear.
You can adjust the baking time on these to acquire the desired crispness. I made ours so that they were a little less crispy than a potato chip. These “chips” make for a great snack or addition to a packed lunch.
I hope you all have enjoyed these fall recipes! If you are not a fan of all of the flavors of fall, you will be happy to know that this recipe concludes my fall recipe sharing for this season, and I am putting up my cinnamon and spices for awhile.
Have a great weekend, everyone!
Recipe source: kleinworthco.com.
- Truvia Baking Blend OR sugar
- Preheat oven to 200 degrees.
- Spray baking pan lightly with cooking spray.
- Slice your pears very thin & lay on pan in single layer.
- Sprinkle with cinnamon/sugar mixture.
- Bake 2 hours – turning pears over half way through.
- Transfer to wire rack to cool.
Each serving (pear chips made from 1 pear that has been sprinkled with cinnamon and Truvia) has approximately 25.1g of carbs and 5.2g of dietary fiber. Total NET CARBS= 19.9g.
103.5 Calories; 0.2g Total Fat; 0.6g Protein; 25.1g Carbohydrate; 5.2g Dietary Fiber; 15.6g Sugar; 0mg Cholesterol; 2.2mg Sodium.