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Pear with ginger, honey and walnuts (oh my!)

350 degrees 30 min


  • 2 Ripe Pears

  • ¼ Cup Walnuts

  • ¼ Cup Honey

1/2 Tsp Cinnamon (optional)

½ tsp ginger (optional)

Cut pears in half lengthwise

Scoop out seeds.

Break walnuts into small pieces and sprinkle in the pit of the pear

Drizzle with honey

Add ginger and/or cinnamon if desired and if your body feels on the colder side not hot in temperature or you just want a nice balanced snack!

Place pears on baking sheet and bake in the oven for 20-30 minutes (test – nuts should be somewhat caramelized and pear soft)

Happy Cozy Fall Eating -Enjoy!

Medicine on your plate

Pears – Helps stop dry cough, lubricates the lungs, cools heat conditions. Avoid eating on their own if you have loose bowels or feel cold in temperature.

Walnuts – Helpful in moistening the lungs and intestines and helps relieve cough and wheezing. Also great at reducing inflammation, nourishing the kidney-adrenals, brain and good for those with low back pain or knee pain that feels worse in cold weather. Walnuts are warming so use in moderation if you overheat easily.

Raw honey – Great at moistening dryness and resolving toxins in the body and is also very helpful for dry lungs, cough and dry constipation.

Cinnamon – Drying and warming and great for those who are cold, have cold limbs or low back pain that feels worse in cold weather.

Ginger – Fresh ginger is warming and great for clearing common cold with accompanying chills. Dried ginger is good for warming deep inside and helps to strengthen the digestive system.


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