• There you go… healthy and every bit as tasty as Halloween candy!

    • Hi Cheryl. This is one of my favorite quick and easy desserts. BTW: I thought of you when I put this together. :-D.

  • Sounds tasty! In our recent storm blackout, I made cooked apples on the stove top (the only cooking method available other than bbq). Somewhat similar, although I just used a stick of cinnamon. No sugar added.

    • Hi Leora, I’m glad you’re safe. Your apples sound great. You can make these pears without sugar if you like. When I do that I add a little apple juice concentrate for flavor. Enjoy. :-)))

  • Rick Salas

    Wow, just got the link to my inbox. Thanks Susan, looks great!

    • Hi Rick, It’s a great recipe and one that is super fast to make. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Sounds good I wouldn’t have thought about doing baked pears in the micowave…….

    • Hi Jo-Ann, It’s just the best thing and so fast too. They are so quick to make and always come out really great. Enjoy. 🙂

  • That sounds so simple and different. I’ve never thought to put brown sugar and butter on pears and cook them. 🙂 Something I must try soon!

    • Hi Sarah, Nice to see you hear. :-)) The brown sugar and butter make for a very light carmel sauce that adds a nice touch to the pears. Enjoy. 🙂

  • I love baked pears!. This is a great simple recipe . Thanks Susan.

    • Hi A.K. This is fun recipe and if you love baked pears, this has your name on it. 🙂

  • Julie

    I just made these and they came out great. They were really yummy. Thanks for the recipe. 🙂

    • Hi Julie, Thank’s great. I am so glad you enjoyed them. :-)))

  • This sounds yummy AND healthy. Will give it a shot this weekend – maybe with pecans and a little cinammon : ))

    • Hi Krstyna, That is awesome. I love the idea of the pecans and cinnamon. Let me know who it turns out. 🙂

  • Kim

    This looks so yummy and easy to do! I am going to have to go to the store now and buy pears!!!

    • Hi Kim, It really is. Let me know how you liked it when you do. 🙂

  • Now that’s my kind of cooking 😉

    • Ha,ha Jeri… This definitely has your name written all over it. :-)))

  • Gina

    And I happen to have pears sitting in my fridge with snow falling outside. 🙂 Have a good weekend!

    • Hi Gina, Oh that sounds like a great thing make on a snowy day. Have fun with this. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Margaret Duarte

    Yummy recipe. Lovely photo. Thanks for sharing.

    • Hi Margaret. Thanks. It really is yummy. Give a try. 🙂

  • This is so simple and has two of my favorite ingredients… pears and brown sugar. Cannot wait to have this tonight!

    • Hi Keyuri, That is so cool! Then I expect you will really enjoy it. Let me know how it went. 🙂

  • Sounds fantastic and easy!! Have never had a weight problem but reading your blog may give me one:-)

    • Hi Catarina, Thanks and it really is. I hope not… LOL. 🙂

  • Bethany Lee

    So simple!! I’m buying pears this week, and I bet these would be great with ice cream!!!!!

    • Hi Bethany, Oh my gosh, would they ever. I can’t wait to hear about it. 🙂

  • Bethany Lee

    So simple!! I’m buying pears this week, and I bet these would be great with ice cream!!!!!

  • Elizabeth Scott

    I have to make these for my youngest son Corey. I loves pears and I know he would love this. Thank you for yet another wonderful simple recipe.

    • Hi Elizabeth, If he likes pears then this is made for him. Have fun with this and come back and let me know how it went. 🙂

  • Claire Cappetta

    Love the recipe! I usually throw them in a pan with a bottle of cheap red wine, a few cloves and brown sugar. letting them boil down to a caramel like sauce… wonderful with English clotted cream! Oh Yum and memories of home…

    • Hi Claire, I love pears and wine. However this one a terrific go to recipe when time is limited. It would be awesome with clotted cream (and memories)… yum.

  • This. Sounds. Delicious. Since I’ve been trying to eat less sweets, I always turn to fruit to satisfy my craving for something juicy and sweet. I love pears and I love brown sugar (more than regular sugar) so this recipe is right up my alley! Not to mention that pears are perfectly in season right now, and so are warm and delectable dishes! Thanks so much for this, definitely making it for dessert some time this week!

    • Hi Kelly, I am so happy you like this simple but delectable recipe. It is one of my favorites on so many levels. 🙂

  • Susan M

    sounds yummy, and I’m not a big fan of pears – 🙂

    *commenting through LinkedIn comment group

    • Hi Susan, Welcome, You might become one after trying this recipe. It is really good and easy. 🙂

  • Tommy Tan

    Simple enough for even me to make =]

    • Hi Tommy, You will love it when you give a try. 🙂

  • Jacs Henderson

    Simple, quick and no doubt delicious – I have a feeling the delight in eating these far outweighs the effort in cooking – definitely a bonus!
    thanks Susan 🙂

    • Hi Jacs, That is the beauty of this recipe. It is just so super simple and oh so delicious, Enjoy. 🙂

  • Pat Ruppel

    Mmmm – Pears in the microwave look good Susan. I just shared it on my ‘Yum’ board in Pinterest at http://pinterest.com/ruppelpat

    • Hi Pat, Thanks. when you try them it will be hard to make them any other way. 🙂

  • Lynette

    Yum! I love pears and finding new ways to eat fruit.

    • Hi Lynette, Welcome to my humble site and so do I. 🙂

  • I have not tried pears micr style. I was wondering if you were able to get good color that way. So simple

    • Hi Patrick, It’s works very well and, as you can see in my picture, the color is wonderful. Enjoy. 🙂

  • I love any recipe that is easy and I can actually eat it. Adding this to my repertoire as we speak. Thank you!

    • Hi Rebecca, I do too and it couldn’t be any easier. That is awesome, that this is a good recipe for you… WOO! HOO!. 🙂

  • Liz

    Oh ya! Good food choice! Almost beats candy hands down! (Not really:))

    • Hey there my friend. I thought so too, on both counts. 🙂

      Hug and much love, 🙂

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