When it comes to picking the perfect pear, however, it’s best to use a firmer variety, like Bosc or Anjou. I picked up both, and used the beautiful red Anjou pears for this recipe.
IT WAS DELISH. Like whoa.
You can scoop the cores with a melon baller or a pointy spoon!
One of my favorite things about this recipe, however, is skipping the caramel topping and using some delicious Truvia Nectar instead.
Did you know? Truvia Nectar is a natural stevia-honey sweetener blend! It has all the sweetness of honey, but with half the calories. Holla!
I drizzle my finished Hasselback pears with some Truvia Nectar and it’s just amazeballs.
You can make these any day since they are so easy and take little time at all to make. Plus, they kind of make your house smell so good you might try to eat the scent alone.
Am I the only one who does that?
Whatevs. Edible air should be a thing. It would be amazing. AHMAZING.
Scoop a little bit of ice cream on each Hasselback pear, then top with Truvia Nectar and you have the most nomilicious treat around.
Apples, move over! Your replacement has arrived!