Hand-Packed Spiced Pears


Spiced pears are an all-natural, old-fashioned treat! Whether you eat them alone, accompanied by a scoop of ice cream or yogurt, your tastebuds will be screaming for more!

Delicious when served sliced in a salad, with winter greens, goat cheese and smothered in a light vinaigrette, Perfect for an after school snack for your children too!

These spiced pears are delightful to serve during the holidays but they’re great to have all year, so be sure to keep a couple of jars on hand!

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Spiced pears are an old-fashioned way of preserving fruit. It is like having fresh fruit off the tree no matter when you eat them!

Delicious, all-natural hand-packed spiced pears with a taste of clove. The texture of these pears is remarkable!  I have eaten other canned pears and their texture has been either ‘rubbery’ or they disintegrate in your mouth as you eat them. Not these! Our pears taste just like they were picked off of the tree. Sweet and tender so if texture is important to you, then you will love these spiced pears.

Because the pears are hand packed, you won’t find mashed or broken pieces. Instead, each pear is carefully placed into the generously sized quart jar. When you look at the jar, the spiced pears are as pretty as they are flavorful!

These delicious spiced beauties are great to eat anytime! Sometimes I will have them as part of my breakfast, or for an afternoon snack. The other night I spooned out a few pieces from the jar into a bowl and served them with vanilla ice cream! It was the perfect  dessert…and good for you too!

For  entertaining or for the holidays, serve them sliced, on a platter with some goat cheese, as part of a salad. A nice vinaigrette dressing is sure to please and the combination of flavors will leave everyone’s taste buds calling for more!

Spiced pears are made with pears, sugar, water, vinegar and spices. 1 quart jar. No preservatives are used. Refrigerate after opening.

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