• María Fernanda López

PEAR-Fect Chai Tarts (No Bake, Paleo)

Now that fall season is here, pumpkin is everywhere and actually missing in some places; for example, stores are running out of canned pumpkin... YIKES. Also, I'm very much aware that pumpkin is not the cup of tea of everyone.


I think that when it comes to pumpkin is whether you love it or hate it. It pumpkin is something you are not into well, I've got good news for you! This is a fall recipe that doesn't involve any pumpkin.



Back off pumpkin, it's the time to shine of Mr. Pear!


And guys, these tarts are a whole new level and I actually has winging it while making this recipe... the result? Well, it's epic. Super easy to make and no baking required, you only need a mixing bowl and your blende. THAT IS IT.



Basic and gut friendly ingredients

  • Almond flour

  • Beef gelatin

  • Goats milk whey protein

  • Chai tea

  • Granulated monk fruit ("PURELYHL" for discount)

  • Pear

  • Vegan ricotta cheese

  • Almond milk

  • Honeysuckle*

  • Pomegranate powder*



*These last two are optionals but from my nutritional perspective they add antioxidants, micro nutrients and a great flavor. I used the brand Carrington Farms.


Goat milks whey protein, compared to whey protein could be easier to digest if noticed that dairy doesn't suit your body well. If not, you can use normal whey protein or bone broth in powder to add some protein and extra amino acids to the recipe. It also adds a great flavor.



As sweetener, the usual and my classic one. Granulated monk fruit, that it is also keto friendly and it has a great taste. Easy sugar replacer (1:1 ratio) and you can use a discount with the code PURELYHL on any of Lakanto's products! They all rock.



How difficult is this recipe?

So, as I said before. This recipe is SUPER easy to make, a o brainer and fail proof! The magic also happens thanks to the beef gelatin, this is such a great ingredient to make your recipes stick together without the need to add eggs.



Easy, simple steps!

  1. In a bowl mix all the dry ingredients for the crust.

  2. Add warm chai tea and mix well.

  3. Pour your mix into 4 single containers.

  4. Set aside.

  5. Sautée some of the pear until they get soft (optional, add ghee or coconut oil).

  6. In a blender add the pears, ricotta cheese and almond milk.

  7. Add the mix on top of the base, finally add the rest of the pears.

  8. Refrigerate for a couple of hours. ENJOY!



Basically is just, mix, pour, mix pour and refrigerate. Noting complicated about this recipe! And the taste is incredible, soft, creamy and flavorful. The combination of chai and pears are just amazing.



You are going to surprise your guests even if you've got little cooking skills. Great to prepare for these seasonal holidays and the thing is that since this recipe is gut friendly and paleo, it's a recipe that will be great for everyone!



Can I freeze this recipe?

If you want to prepare these for meal prep... yes! You can freeze them and enjoy them as an ice cream pie or let them leave them at room temperature for a couple of minutes and done!



Anyways, hope you enjoy this recipe as much as I did! Remember that sharing is caring so please pin, bookmark, save or share this recipe with your friends and family...



With love,

María


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PEAR-Fect Chai Tarts

By María Fernanda López

Serves 4


Ingredients

Base

  • 1 cup of almond flour

  • 2 tbsp of beef gelatin

  • 2 scoops of goats milk whey protein

  • 1 cup of chai tea (unsweetened)

  • 1/3 cup of granulated monk fruit ("PURELYHL" for discount)

Ricotta filling

  • 1 piece of pear

  • 1 cup of vegan ricotta cheese

  • 1/2 cup of almond milk

  • 2 tbsp of beef gelatin

  • 1/4 cup of granulated monk fruit

  • 1 tsp of honeysuckle*

  • 2 tsp of pomegranate powder*

Toppings (optional)

  • 1/4 cup of raw pecans

  • 1/4 cup of low carb granola


Method

  1. In a bowl mix all the dry ingredients for the crust.

  2. Add warm chai tea and mix well.

  3. Pour your mix into 4 single containers.

  4. Set aside.

  5. Sautée some of the pear until they get soft (optional, add ghee or coconut oil).

  6. In a blender add the pears, ricotta cheese and almond milk.

  7. Add the mix on top of the base, finally add the rest of the pears.

  8. Refrigerate for a couple of hours. ENJOY!

*optional ingredients.

Nutritional Information per serving (238 kcal)

Fat: 15.6g

Carbs: 14.4g

Fiber: 4.4g

Net Carbs: 10g

Protein: 14.1g





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