Why make a stew pear recipe from the slow-cooker?
This recipe is kind of like a ”put everything in the slow cooker and walk away wonder” just server as it is, sprinkling with honey or nuts if you like.
Are you going to use this recipe? Then you will never choose another stew pear recipe again!
As summer approaches.
If the vacations are upon us again then of course you cook stewing pears. I don’t know about you, but I live for summer! It is a season that brings people together.
A busy life, time flies by
It is sometimes quite shocking how quickly time flies when life is so busy. Before you realize it, weeks or even months have passed before you see your loved ones again. This is why, by the way, the summer season and the holidays are the time to make time for your loved ones.
Of course, that includes (very) good food. Stewed pears from the slow cooker fit the bill. You can do so many things with them, you can make them the way you like them.
My mother always used to make them with sweet red wine, delicious!
This is a new recipe that lets you serve stewing pears to your guests in an easy way. The slow-cooker does the hard work, you save time and you put a hearty meal on the table!
Stew pears made with a slow-cooker recipe
As I said, this recipe is like a ”Put everything in your slow-cooker together and walk away wonder”.
With this recipe for stewing pears from the slow cooker, the pears can also be kept warm in the slow cooker beforehand while you just serve dinner.
Then when you are ready to serve your stewing pears from the slow cooker then take them out, enjoy!
So here we share a recipe that will make stewing pears as easy as possible. We also share some toppings to complete your recipe for stewing pears from the slow cooker.
Start with a kilo of stewing pears
So what are the ”required fields,” so to speak, to consider with stewing pears from the slow cooker, and what ingredients do you need?
- One pound of stewing pears (good for 4 to 6 people)
- 2 cups of water
- 2 cups apple cider
- ⅓ cup of maple syrup
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 2 cinnamon sticks
- ½ teaspoon whole cloves
- 1 star anise pod
First, for this dish, peel the stewing pears. You may want to remove the core, cut into pieces and then cook on low.
Easy recipe for stewing pears, wait and serve!
With this recipe, stewing pears from the slow cooker is really easy.
Put all the ingredients in the slowcooker, leave on low for a few hours while you cook delicious side dish / dessert. Then it’s just a matter of waiting for the pears to cook and voilá, stew pears from the slow-cooker!
One more step at a time
Here we list everything again step by step for you.
- Peel pears and set aside
- Put the remaining ingredients in the slow-cooker, place the pears on their side.
- Cook for four hours on the lowest setting or two hours on the highest setting in the slow cooker
- Carefully remove the pears with tongs and grab them by the stem so as not to flatten the pears
- Add optional ingredients such as cinnamon sticks or sauce
Tips to finish it off
Finally, I want to share some tips with you to really finish your pears! If you want to make stewing pears even tastier you can do it as follows:
- Cinnamon stick or a pinch of cinnamon powder
- One tablespoon of sugar
- A tablespoon of cornstarch (during/before cooking)
- A dash of maple syrup
- A dash of honey
- A dash of caramel sauce
- A small sprinkle of granola
- Shaved almonds
Additional tip: Recipe for stewing pear pudding!
Then an additional tip: You can use the cooking liquid from the pears for recipes like stewing pear pudding!
By this we mean the juice that remains. You can put this juice in a saucepan on the stove to make a delicious pudding. For example, add a little berry juice for an even fruitier taste!
Some more ”absolute” information
Today, we are all watching our diet more and more, and that is also very important. Therefore, of course, we give you the nutritional values of the stewed pears recipe from the slow cooker.
- Calories: 231 Kcal
- Fat: 1 gram
- Saturated fat: 1 gram
- Polyunsaturated fat: 1 gram
- Monounsaturated fat: 1 gram
- Carbohydrates: 59 grams
- Protein: 1 gram
- Sodium: 15 milligrams
- Potassium: 389 milligrams
- Fiber: 6 grams
- Sugar: 45 grams
- Vitamin A: 46 IU
- Vitamin C: 9 milligrams
- Calcium: 59 milligrams
- Iron: 1 milligram