Mason Jar Recipes: Pear Crisp

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I used to think of crisps as being a great treat in the fall.  Then I realized that really, these delightful treats should be enjoyed ALL YEAR LONG.  Seasonal fruits in a crisp are like a dream come true, so let’s celebrate!!

Pear Crisp Mini Jars 

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6 medium size Bartlett Pears, peeled and diced

sugar (optional)

10 jelly jars (4 oz.)

 

Crumble Topping Ingredients -

 

½ c. rolled oats

½ C. flour

1/3 C. packed brown sugar

4 tbs. butter or margarine, softened

 

Directions -

 

#1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees

 

#2. Place about 2 tbs. of diced apples into the bottom of each jelly jar. You want to feel about ½ the jar. **If you prefer your pears a bit sweeter you can also add a ½ tsp. of sugar (sprinkled on top of the pears) to each jar.

 

#4. In a separate bowl, combine the rolled oats, flour, brown sugar. Using a fork, or a pastry cutter, cut in your 4 tbs. of butter or margarine. The mixture will be very crumbly.

 

#5. Scoop about 2-3 tbs. of crumble into your jelly jars. You want the crumble mixture to come right to the top of the jar – it will sink a bit while baking.

 

#6. Bake for 25 minutes on 350 degrees.

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*Makes approximately 10 jelly jars. 1 jar = 1 serving. Store covered, in the fridge up to 1 week.

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Mason Jar Recipes: Pear Crisp
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
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Serves: 10
 
Pear crisp baked in mini mason jars are adorable and the perfect serving size!
Ingredients
  • 6 medium size Bartlett Pears, peeled and diced
  • sugar (optional)
  • 10 jelly jars (4 oz.)
  • Crumble Topping Ingredients -
  • ½ c. rolled oats
  • ½ C. flour
  • ⅓ C. packed brown sugar
  • 4 tbs. butter or margarine, softened
Instructions
  1. Directions -
  2. #1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  3. #2. Place about 2 tbs. of diced apples into the bottom of each jelly jar. You want to feel about ½ the jar. **If you prefer your pears a bit sweeter you can also add a ½ tsp. of sugar (sprinkled on top of the pears) to each jar.
  4. #4. In a separate bowl, combine the rolled oats, flour, brown sugar. Using a fork, or a pastry cutter, cut in your 4 tbs. of butter or margarine. The mixture will be very crumbly.
  5. #5. Scoop about 2-3 tbs. of crumble into your jelly jars. You want the crumble mixture to come right to the top of the jar – it will sink a bit while baking.
  6. #6. Bake for 25 minutes on 350 degrees.
  7. *Makes approximately 10 jelly jars. 1 jar = 1 serving. Store covered, in the fridge up to 1 week.

 

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  • Super recipe…Thanks for sharing. Love the idea of the mason jars =)

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