Recipe by CHRISTINA STJOHN CERICOLA
"The ultimate in class and taste. Serve with sweetened whipped cream flavored with vanilla and Grand Marnier."
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1/2 (750 milliliter) bottle
pears, peeled with stems intact
semisweet chocolate chips
So easy, yet so elegant. My family loved these and they make a great presentation. I will be serving these at some up-coming ladies luncheons. Thanks Christina.
I think the chocolate is gilding the lily. Consider using port in place of the champagne, and leave out the orange, use brandy in the whipped cream.
Very yummy and easy. I followed the suggestion of another user and added add the grand manier to the chocolate. But don't! Otherwise the chocolate will freeze up and get chunky. I had to throw it away. Instead, drizzle it over the final dessert. Also, i used wine instead of champagne.
I made these when my parents came to dinner and my dad said they were the best pears he ever had! I added a little splash of grand marnier to the chocolate and it was fantastic.
We loved this recipe. I used chocolate carbernet sauce instead of chocolate chips. Very nice dish!
very sophisticated. It's easy and yet wows your guests
I only used the champagne, cinnamon stick, and a cup or so of diet cran-grape juice. Really good!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 79
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