Posted by Adriana Bremer on November 20, 2014 | No Comments »
Honestly, the hardest part about cooking/baking is choosing the perfect recipe on Pinterest. Browsing through my Food + Drinks board on Pinterest and choosing the perfect one to do took forever, yet I found the perfect one. Although this recipe originally contains peaches, not pears, switching it up seemed like a good idea. Well okay, to be honest… I went to probably three supermarkets in a desperate mission to find peaches and couldn’t find any. I mean yes, it is not peach season, but hey I refused to accept such fact and therefore kept trying other stores. Instead, I bought pears and surprisingly the recipe turned out to be great- actually, soo delicious. This recipe is quick, simple, cute for deserts and so gourmet looking. With Thanksgiving break so close to us (YAY), be sure to try this recipe at home to make it to your loved ones! Enjoy…
Recipe from: Some the Wiser (modified, aka I didn’t find peaches)
- Fillo Dough (I found it in Whole Foods
- 1 lb of Pears
- 4 oz Goat Cheese (I used crumbles)
- Ground Pepper
- Balsamic Glaze
First off, preheat the oven to 425 °F. Cut the fillo dough in squares and set in a baking sheet.
Add a handful of goat cheese to each square, and top it off with thin slices of pears leaving a 1/2 inch border. Season each square with black pepper and put them in the oven for 20 minutes.
Drizzle them with honey and balsamic blaze after the 20 minutes in the oven. Set them in a cute plate and they are ready to serve.