Wow family and friends with this Gluten Free Pear Bread — a gluten free easy baking recipe featuring fresh pears, perfect for any season!
I kid, I kid. I don’t get Botox NEARLY as much as I bake and pick up barbells.
When you’ve been cooking professionally, like I have, for 20+ years, you begin to realize a few things about yourself. For me, I’ve realized that I *say* I love to cook, but what I *mean* is I love to bake.
A while back, I received the most wonderful package in the mail from USA Pears. I asked friends and fans what I should make with them (if anything… plenty of people agreed to eat them fresh out of hand). While I loved all the suggestions, I knew from the beginning there would be baking involved.
As the holidays approached, I found myself daydreaming of quick breads, cakes cookies, muffins, and more. I love waking my family up in the morning to the smell of something sweetly spiced and maybe even iced.
But don’t misunderstand me. Complicated creations are NOT my thing.
I love easy baking recipes that even a novice baker can make, using ingredients that aren’t hard to find and obviously, yielding something so tasty my family can’t wait for me to make it again.
This Gluten-Free Pear Bread is all that and more.
I based the recipe loosely on this Pear Granola Bread Recipe on the USA Pears website. I especially loved the idea of using in-season, ripe pears in both the bread itself and in the topping. Where their recipe opts for a granola-type streusel, I used some of the Sunnyland Pecans I had leftover from my recent Pecan Pie Bars. I LOVE a good pecan streusel and adding in the diced fresh pears truly made this a holiday-worthy breakfast bread or dessert.
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