I’m really excited to be sharing with you today’s post!  Laura from Paleo People recently contacted me about doing a post about Paleo People snacks and the funny thing is I had actually recently purchased a variety pack of my own and loved her product.  I was more than willing to share with all of you and was even more excited when Laura and I discussed a giveaway!  Yes, we all love a giveaway.  Let me tell you a little about Paleo People and Laura.  Paleo People launched in March 2010 and are currently in 70+ stores in the US and also is available in Canada and Australia!  Laura was a previous CrossFit Affiliate, where members are advocates of food choices based on a Paleo Diet (as you’ve heard about the blog for awhile now).  After being frustrated with the lack of products on the market that fit into her Paleo lifestyle she created Paleo People.  The Paleo People snacks are naturally gluten-free, wheat & grain free, and without any fillers.  The snacks are offered in 4 very unique varieties: Apple Crisp, Banana Nut, Cacao Nut & Cappuccino Crunch.  They are available in 5 oz stand up pouches or 1oz grab, go snack size packages, and if you want more there is always the 15 oz size too.  I ordered the 5 oz variety pack which have been great as a quick snack for not only me but for my little ones.  Our favorite flavor is the Apple Crisp and the Cacao Nut.

Now for the fun part….the giveaway!  Laura is offering up 2 winners a chance to win 12 – 1oz size package of a variety of the flavors of Paleo People.  Yay!  Here’s what you’ll need to do to enter the giveaway…you’ll have multiple opportunities too so read the below carefully:

1.)    Leave a comment here telling me which flavor you would like to try the most and why.

2.)    Like Paleo People on Facebook and come back and leave a comment letting me know you are a follower.

3.)    Like Multiply Delicious on Facebook and come back and leave a comment letting me know you are a follower.

4.)    Follow Paleo People on Twitter and come back and leave a comment letting me know you are a follower.

5.)    Follow Multiply Delicious on Twitter and come back and leave a comment letting me know you are a follower.

So you have 5 opportunities to win and 2 of you lucky readers will win.  Now for those of you who can’t wait and want to try Paleo People right away Laura is offering you a 10% discount….how great, right?  All you have to do is enter MULTIPLY10 in the checkout.

You have until Thursday, October 27th at 12:00pm EST to enter the giveaway and I will announce the winners on Friday, October 28th.

Now before I leave you to enter away for the giveaway I have to tell you about the Apple and Pear Crisp.  I actually used my Apple Crisp Paleo People as the crumble of this crisp.  It added so much to this crisp and get this….it’s a Paleo friendly dessert/treat!  Perfect for the fall weather out there and even better to try for the upcoming holidays if you need a Paleo friendly dessert to take to a party or even have at your own dinner or party.  Enjoy the crisp and good luck on the giveaway!  I’m really excited for 2 of you to try these snacks!

Paleo Apple Pear Crisp

1 cup of Paleo People Apple Crisp

½ cup almond flour

2 teaspoons ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon ground nutmeg

2 teaspoons vanilla extract

1 to 2 teaspoons honey (optional)

2 ½ tablespoons coconut oil

2 pears, peeled and cored

2 apples, peeled and cored

1 ½ teaspoons apple pie spice (or ground cinnamon)

Juice from ½ of lemon

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 350.

In a small bowl combine the Paleo People Apple Crisp, almond flour, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla extract, honey (if using), and coconut oil and using a fork blend together.  The crumbs should be wet, if they are still dry add ½ tablespoon of coconut oil and blend with fork again.

Peel and core the apples and pears and cut into small pieces.  The size of the pieces depend on how chunky you prefer your crisp.  I like mine to be pretty finely chopped.  Place the diced apples and pears in a small bowl and toss with lemon juice and apple pie spice (or cinnamon).

In 4 individual ramekins, place apple/pear mixture filling about ¾ full.  Then top each with the Paleo People Crumb mixture.  Cover each ramekin with aluminum foil and place on a baking sheet.  Bake for 20 to 25 minutes.  Then remove aluminum foil and bake for an additional 15 minutes until the tops are golden.

Allow to cool slightly before serving.  Top with Paleo Pumpkin Ice Cream or other Paleo friendly ice cream of choice.

Note: If you don’t have People People on hand, you can use chopped pecans instead.

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59 Responses to Paleo Apple Pear Crisp and a Giveaway!

  1. steph says:

    i started the lurong living challenge with my crossfit about 3 weeks ago & even though it was tough at first, I don’t really miss cheese/dairy but i’ve really missed breads/grains – oatmeal! these crisps sound amazing & i’d really love to try the cappuccino crunch!!

  2. steph says:

    liked paleo people on fb!

  3. steph says:

    & liked multiply delicious on fb!

  4. steph says:

    following paleo people on twitter :)

  5. steph says:

    following multiply delicious on twitter too!

  6. Tammy says:

    I really want to go paleo, but I can’t have straight eggs (baked in things is fine), and I noticed most other recipes call for coconut oil or coconut flour but I’m not a huge fan of coconut. Out of curiosity, do all recipes that use coconut ingredients have a strong coconut flavor? Is there anything else that’s paleo suitable I could use instead?

  7. MDelicious says:

    Hi Tammy!
    Welcome to Paleo! I can understand being hesitant about the coconut oil and coconut flour. Actually in the beginning I was not a coconut fan but I have quickly changed my opinion on it. The coconut flour doesn’t give a coconut taste to things at all. The coconut oil can at time but not when you are baking with it. With Paleo you can also use almond flour which I do use but use sparingly because too much of nuts can be a little too much for my liking. The coconut flour is very dense and takes some time getting used to but it’s my favorite to work with and I find it gives a better texture to cakes, muffins, etc.

  8. Ashley W says:

    Collecting paleo recipes for this coming easter, and will be sure to try this!
    I have just recently started the paleo life style, and feel much better.
    First time living away from home and I get to control what i fuel my body with, thank you for the wonderful ideas.
    Cheers!

    Ashley W

  9. […] 6. Paleo Apple Pear Crisp By adding a little bit of pear to the equation they’ve given this apple crisp a new dynamic. It’s now enhanced by the flavor and the texture of the pear, but it retains its apple crisp nature. They’ve done a good job of showing you how to make this so it’s already portioned off into individual sized servings. Paleo is about getting back to a natural way of eating, and part of that is learning to control food rather than having food control you. Viewing food as a source of fuel to get you through the day is a key concept to having success with Paleo. Make sure your portion sizes aren’t slowing you down. […]

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