Easy Wow: Pear Dumplings – Simple, Wholesome, & Non-GMO!

It’s no wonder that more and more people want to know where their food comes from. Because when you think about, it doesn’t get more important than to know what you’re putting into your bodies. And this is the very reason why we keep our goodies pure and simple, using only ingredients that you would use if you were making your own cookies and cinnamon rolls and pie crusts from scratch. And then we thought, why not take it to the next level and create a recipe series where we introduce ingredients that come from sources that you can trust? And that was exactly what we did!

Pear Dumpling

In celebration of Non-GMO Month (which is October), we’ve created 6 super easy recipes using ingredients that have a non-GMO verified and/or organic option! We totally get that people want the option to choose and learn more about where their food comes from, and this recipe series is meant to do just that!

To kickoff this exciting new series, we wanted to start off with our Pear Dumplings!


You Will Need:

  • 8 small pears, unpeeled
  • 3.5 oz Gruyère or Camembert cheese, cut into 8 (2×1/2×1/2-inch) pieces
  • 1/3 cup raisins
  • 1 can Immaculate Baking Co.® refrigerated Buttermilk Biscuits
  • Maple syrup, if desired

Here’s How to Ge the Dough Rolling!

1.   Heat oven to 350°F. Spray large cookie sheet with cooking spray.

2.   Remove core from bottom of each pear, leaving stem intact. Stuff inside of each pear with 1 piece cheese and 10 to 12 raisins. Wrap each pear with 1 biscuit, starting at bottom of pear. Bring dough up to top of pear, leaving stem exposed out of biscuit dough. Place on cookie sheet, stem side up.



3.   Bake 27 to 31 minutes or until golden brown. Drizzle with maple syrup.


The best part about this easy wow recipes is that there is an non-GMO and/or organic option for all 5 ingredients (all of Immaculate Baking’s canned dough have been Non-GMO Project verified)!

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