Easy Pear & Apple Nachos
Feb 21, 2022, Updated Nov 01, 2023
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Looking for a quick and easy sweet treat? These Pear & Apple Nachos are quick & easy to make with ingredients found in your kitchen!
Dessert Nachos are one of our families favorite desserts or after school snack. It’s healthy, sweet and there’s no guilty feeling afterwards. Not to mention, you can top with pear & apple nachos with ingredients already found in your kitchen.
How do I get my pears and apples from browning?
The answer is super simple. Squeeze a citrus over the top of your fruit. We typically slice a lemon in half and drizzle over the top of the apples and pears. The citrus helps to prevent the browning from happening.
Can I use other toppings for pear and apple nachos?
Of course, every recipe is a base for what you create in your kitchen. Here’s a few other ideas for how you can top your pear & apple nachos:
- caramel sauce
- chocolate sauce
- dash of cinnamon
- peanut butter
- dried fruits
- any chopped nuts: walnuts, pecans, etc.
Ingredients Needed to Make Pear & Apple Nachos
For our version of pear and apple nachos, here’s what we used:
- Sage Fruit Fuji Apple
- Sage Fruit Green D’anjou Pear
- almond butter
- shredded coconut
- chocolate chips
- golden raisins
How to Make Dessert Nachos
Start by slicing your pear.
Then cut up your apple into slices using a knife or apple slicer.
Once they are sliced, lay them out on a plate or wooden cutting board which makes a beautiful presentation. We believe the best nachos have layers. Create your first layer by placing apples and pears down on your plate or cutting board.
Next, melt the almond butter in a microwave safe dish for 30-45 seconds. The melted almond butter is much easier to drizzle. We placed the almond butter in a plastic bag and snipped off the end. You can also use a spoon or a decorating bag. Drizzle the almond butter over the top of the pears and apples.
Next, add the coconut, almonds, chocolate chips and golden raisins (or toppings of your choice).
Repeat the layers until the plate is full or you run out of ingredients.
Why We Love Sage Fruit
The Pacific Northwest is famous for delicious apples and pears that are grown in the perfect climate. High-density orchards help Sage Fruit growers produce more apples and pears each year, ensuring you can find apples and pears year-round when you want them.
But what makes this fruit so special? Sage Fruit is dedicated to both the people who grow and enjoy their fruit! They work only with growers and shippers who share their values on employee treatment. This is good fruit you can feel good about eating!
Want more tasty Sage Fruit Company recipes?
- Air Fryer Apple Fritters
- Whipped Cherry Goat Cheese!
- Chocolate and Caramel Apple Bites
- Apple Pecan Salad
- Easy Apple and Pear Recipes for Kids
Pear and Apple Nachos
- 1 Sage Fruit Fuji Apple
- 1 Sage Fruit Green D'anjou Pear
- 1/3 c almond butter
- 2 tbsp shredded coconut
- 1/3 c almonds
- 2 tbsp chocolate chips
- 2 tbsp golden raisins
- Start by slicing your pears and apples. Once they are sliced, lay out on a plate or wooden cutting board.
- Place your pears and apple down on the plate or cutting board.
- Next, melt the almond butter in a microwave safe dish for 30-45 seconds. I placed my almond butter in a plastic bag and snipped the end off. You can also use a spoon or a decorating bag. Drizzle the almond butter over the top of the pear and apples.
- Next, add the coconut, almonds, chocolate chips and golden raisins.
- Repeat the layers.
Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.