Recipe by twissis
Red hot cinnamon candies have been 1 of my favorite ingredients since my childhood & SusieQusie can tell you that pears have also been favored in recent yrs. This is the 2nd of 2 recipes I've entered that feature cinnamon candies & my source is eatcannedpears.com. (Time does not include time for sauce to cool)
Top Review by Andi of Longmeadow Farm
A Sundae on Saturday~and any other day of the week for that matter! The hot, humid weather on the East coast is oppressive, however; this treat picks you up and thoughts of dancing in the barn come to mind. I served this for Saturday Lunch to cool everyone down. The cinnamon sauce was extreme goodness, and pared with the pears, perched a top homemade ice cream, almost caused a work stoppage here on the farm. Since we have 7 guests for lunch, I used the full recipe, and it came out perfect. Didn't change anything. (I didn't even change the sugar) as the fellow cow hands would probably perish if I even thought about changing up dessert to be healthier. Thanks, twissis~will keep this going for year round.
For Cinnamon Sauce
- 1 cup granulated sugar
- 1 cup water
- 3⁄4 cup red cinnamon candies
- 1 (15 ounce) can pear halves (well-drained & sliced)
- 1 1⁄2 pints vanilla ice cream
- red-hot candies (for garnish)
Directions See How It's Made
- In a med saucepan, combine sugar, water & candies. Bring mixture to a boil, stirring constantly. Reduce heat to med & boil mixture for 10 min, stirring occ.
- Remove from heat & cool at least 20 min b4 using (or cool, cover & refrigerate to store).
- To Assemble Sundaes: Scoop ice cream into 6 dessert dishes & spoon sliced pears over ea sundae. Spoon cinnamon sauce over ice cream & sprinkle w/more cinnamon candies. Serve immediately & store any leftover sauce in refrigerator.
- NOTE: W/the combined sweetness of the canned pears, cinnamon candies & ice cream used for the sundaes -- I would be inclined to reduce the sugar amt in the sauce to 1/2 cup.