My New Roots is one of the blogs I follow and Sarah B., the nutritionist and chef behind the blog, has given me plenty of inspiration in the kitchen. I was completely flattered to learn that this time I inspired her. It was with my cranberry & pear tart recipe that I submitted in her reader recipe challenge. And it won! I won! I won. I won! I feel like I’m back in fourth grade and just got first prize in the science fair. But this is so much better. And cooler.
Sarah tested out my recipe and had a photo shoot with the finished product, which is quite photogenic on it’s own and Sarah’s photographs makes it look even more gorgeous. I can’t stop looking at it.
This dessert is an anomaly. It’s gluten-free, dairy-free and made with all natural sweeteners (no refined sugar), but you don’t have to tell anyone that. They wouldn’t believe you anyway. So just let them enjoy. It’s pure, guiltless, holiday indulgence.
So hop on over to My New Roots and check out my winning cranberry & pear tart (OK, done bragging now). And thank you Sarah B., I am sincerely flattered and honored to be featured on your blog.
I’ll be making the tart again for Christmas. So Family, you’re in for a treat. I can’t wait for you to try this.
To all, here’s wishing you a very merry holiday with lots of love, delicious treats and happy memories. Cheers!
Cranberry & Pear Tart
75 g whole grain flour
zest of 1 organic lemon
Megan Adams Brown, CHC, helps people take charge of their health and to start listening to themselves over the latest diet trend to optimize their own wellness, happiness and potential. Her family-friendly meal plans help parents take charge in the kitchen, too. This leads to more vegetables, less junk, and happier, healthier kids and parents. Megan shares kid-approved, allergy-friendly recipes on her blog. To learn more click here.