~Cinnamon Roll Baked Pears!

Did you know that with only a couple of ingredients, you can take an ordinary Pear and turn it into a five star dessert?  Pretty enough for an elegant table, yet simple enough for a backyard BBQ?!
It’s totally true!
These incredible treats are not only gorgeous, but outrageously delicious too!  The Pear steams and softens inside of the sweet Cinnamon Roll.  When your fork slides effortlessly through the tender pear, all of its juices make the most amazing sauce, that gets absorbed by that gooey Cinnamon Roll!
..delicious and decadent beyond words!  For a few dollars, a few minutes, and hardly any effort, you can impress and tantalize a crowd..do it..do it now!  :)
What you’ll need for 4 Pears:
4 Pears
A can of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls & its included frosting.
1 cup of Corn Starch
~Let’s play “Five Star Restaurant” with almost no effort…ready?  GO!

Peel a pear (your favorite variety), cut a flat surface onto the bottom for stability and dust it with corn starch.
Open up a can of cinnamon rolls. (I used Pillsbury), stretch out one roll until it is a long piece and wrap it around the pear,  squeezing slightly, show it who’s boss, and it will stick!

Bake at 350 on a cookie sheet, until the roll is firm.  The pear steams inside the cinnamon roll and becomes sweet and tender!

Drizzle the top with some of the the packaged cream cheese frosting, while it’s warm & serve!  ~Enjoy!

*HINT* No one ever needs to know how easy this is, sshhh!  :)

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3 Comments

  1. This looks so simple to make but yet so delicious! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. You're welcome!! And thank you, it's both easy and delicious..give it a try!
    Hope you love it! :)

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