I shared with you an easy recipe to make over the weekend. Here is another one for you! This is a little recipe I made and I’m so bad at coming up with names so…here is Peanut Chocolate Pear. It’s a nice way to dress up Asian pears for a quick snack. My daughter loves it and I enjoy eating it, too. I’m sharing this with you in hopes that you will also enjoy this dish with your loved ones.
Peanut Chocolate Pear Recipe
- One spoonful of peanut butter
- One spoonful of milk chocolate chips
- One Asian pear
- Dried blueberries
- Dried cranberries
- Assorted nuts
- Wash, cut, and peel one Asian pear into slices. This time around, I used the Chinese Yali pear, but you can use any variety of Asian pear, like the round Korean pear. Place on a plate.
- Put one spoonful of peanut butter and one spoonful of milk chocolate chips into a microwave-safe measuring cup. Microwave for one minute so everything melts and pours easily. Drizzle over cut pears.
- Top with some dried blueberries, dried cranberries, and assorted nuts. Don’t feed nuts to your toddler if she is unable to chew and swallow them safely. Otherwise, enjoy!
Allergy Note: Be aware that this recipe uses peanut butter and nuts. If you or your child has a nut allergy, you could replace peanut butter with nut-free butter and do not top with additional nuts.
Let me know what you think of this little dish in the comments below!