These cardamom caramel and pear cookie crumble cups are made with fragrant pears simmered in a cardamom and cinnamon spiced coconut sugar caramel. Served with your favorite dairy free vanilla ice cream and Simple Mills crunchy toasted pecan cookies. A crazy delicious seasonal dessert that is naturally sweetened, vegan and paleo friendly!
Ohhh my MY. These cardamom CARAMEL and pear cookie crumble cups (say that three times fast!) are like a giant dessert hug from all that is fall and I am SO excited to share this easy and incredibly splendid recipe with you.
THEY ARE BEYOND, YOU GUYS. I know I say that sort of thing a lot around here, but uhhhh my goodness.
They are perfectly fall in every aspect of their dessert-ness and I’m literally obsessed. Plus they are made with only one pan and ready in 30 minute so I just know you’re gonna love ’em.
And then we can be obsessed together and have dinner parties where we serve cardamom caramel and pear cookie crumble cups for dessert and everyone else is gonna fall in love with them toooo.
Sound like a plan? 😉
Let me paint a picture for you: sweet seasonal pears draped in a gently spiced coconut sugar caramel over creamy vanilla ice cream with the best grain free crunchy cookies that are smartly sweetened and entirely plant based. How could you not be obsessed?
Which is why I’m teaming up with Simple Mills to bring you this cardamom caramel and pear cookie crumble cup recipe – because enjoying the best of this season should be not only good but also good for you.
This asian pear and walnut salad with maple mustard vinaigrette is fall salad DREAMS. Made with tender salad greens, thinly sliced asian pear, toasted walnuts, sweet pomegranate seeds, and a zippy maple mustard vinaigrette that you’ll want to put on everything.
asian pear and walnut salad with maple mustard vinaigrette
Say helloooo to your new favorite fall salad!
This one is a straight up GEM, you guys.
Tender greens, crisp and sweet asian pears (currently OBSESSED), crunchy toasted walnuts, bright and colorful pomegranate seeds and OF COURSE a most delicious maple mustard vinaigrette made with apple cider vinegar for those extra fall vibes.
This salad not only seriously crave-able but also so so good for you.
Because even though the temps are dropping I have zero plans to stop eating salad.
This 5 minute paleo green onion cilantro sauce is MAGIC, you guys. One of those sauces that you can make a million times and eat with every type of meal – from roasted veggies to a cast iron steak to buckwheat noodles. Ready in a flash and made with minimal ingredients, it will take an any meal from good to amazing!
Okay all you sauce loving readers of mine, this one’s for you.
A perfect 5 minute paleo green onion and cilantro sauce for you to put on EVERYTHING.
I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again (and again, and again… 😜) NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF A GOOD SAUCE. It can literally take a meal from pretty okay to out-of-this-world amazing.
This green onion and cilantro loaded sauce has been on a very steady rotation in our house for at least the past 4 months.
I think I first made it at work on a whim and then made it again and again at home and beyond.
It sat in on an impromptu post-moving-day dinner with friends and turned our simple cast iron seared tri-tip steak into something super special and yummy. Has been poured over a pile of buckwheat soba noodles many times, and also marinated some crisp cucumber slices to crunchy tangy perfection (more on that one, in another post! 😉)