Monday, August 1, 2016

Pear Cobbler, Gallbladder Friendly! Gallbladder Diet 08/01/16

I used to think a gallbladder friendly diet would be oh so boring.

Gallbladder diet.  Pear Cobbler is easy to make and easy on the touchiest of gallbladders.  Tastes Heavenly too!
Nope!  This hearty, delicious baked cobbler is easy on the touchiest of gallbladders (mine)!
And the gallbladder friendly cobbler is so easy to make.

Pear Cobbler

First thing to do is assemble your ingredients.

You will need:
  • baking dish
  • a half dozen or so ripe cooking pears
  • dried tart cherries or raisins, 1 cup
  • dried, powdered cinnamon
  • dried, powdered ginger
  • dried, powdered cloves
  • raw honey
  • no-fat tortillas (available at most grocers in the Mexican food section)

Gallbladder diet.  Line a baking dish with fat free tortillas, fill in with pears and spices.
I also use these non-fat tortillas for my gallbladder friendly key lime pie crusts!

First step is to line a clean, dry baking dish with non-fat tortillas.  Make sure the tortillas extend up a bit above the rim of the baking dish.

Wash and slice cooking pears and place in layers on top of the tortilla along with the dried tart cherries or raisins.  Sprinkle the spices (you could also drizzle vanilla over the layers in addition to the spices) over each layer.  I like to use cinnamon, ginger and cloves.  Use your imagination!

Gallbladder diet.  Cut slices from non-fat tortillas to serve as lattice on top of cobbler.
Cut strips from the non-fat tortillas to serve as the lattice strips for the top of the cobbler.  Lay the tortilla strips across the top of the cobbler, creating a lattice topping.

Coat the top of the cobbler lattice with a good layer of cinnamon, cloves and ginger.

Gallbladder diet.  Create a cobbler top lattice with tortilla strips.
 Drizzle one cup of raw honey over the cobbler's topping, allowing the honey to flow down from the top, down through the sliced pears.

Gallbladder diet.  Baked pear cobbler is mouth watering delicious!

Bake the cobbler for 30 minutes of until the pears are no longer 'soggy' at 350 F.  Keep an eye on the cobbler the first time you bake as different pears require different cooking times.

Cool and serve warm with non-fat whipped topping or non-fat yogurt.

Gallbladder friendly diets do not have to be boring!

Cheers.  Kevin   #Gallbladderlife

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