Roasted Rubarb + Dorie Greenspan

Roasted fruit is one of those under rated dishes. In the past, I’ve roasted stone fruit and I have loved it.  Rhubarb is no different. What makes this dish so fantastic is that my kids actually ate it.  And not only did they eat it, they liked it.  I made these greek yogurt parfaits as an afterschool snack, added some of my homemade granola and my kids and their friends were raving.

Thank you French Friday’s with Dorie for forcing me create something that I wouldn’t normally be inspired to make.  This was easier than easy. It’s as simple as preheating your oven, slicing and dicing your rhubarb, sprinkling with sugar ( I sprinkled with sucanat), adding some orange zest and roasting for 15 minutes.  That’s it!  Serve this on ice cream, mixed into a poptart crust, on your oatmeal, or straight out of the jar.

Next week is the last week of school for my kids.  I was planning on making nutella poptarts on a stick as end of the year gifts.  Instead, I am going to create roasted rhubarb poptarts sprinkled with a bit of turbinado sugar!!  I may have to make extra, freeze them unbaked and save them for a rainy day.

Roasted Rhubarb
original recipe from around my french table


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  • Lucy Lean
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    Pretty in Pink my dear – just been watching Sophie Dahl cook rhubarb mess – I’m in love!

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    Love those parfaits Susan….must get on the bandwagon with rhubarb. Love it!

  • Tammy Cannon
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    I love the visual appearance of Rhubarb! Your pics are great!

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    This is the perfect afternoon snack! Yum.

  • Cher
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    Very beautiful Just love the color of rhubarb. Period.
    That sounds great as a pop tart filling!

  • Maria
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    I am always looking for new ways to enjoy rhubarb! Will be trying this one!

  • Kathy
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    What gorgeous parfaits…such a healthy after school snack! I’m intrigued by the pop tart idea! I’d love to try those. Beautiful photos!

  • Betsy
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    I also ate mine with yogurt, but it would have been great with granola. I’ll have that ready for my next batch. Rhubarb pop-tarts sound intriguing too. I haven’t eaten pop-tarts in decades… Nice post.

  • Georgia Pellegrini
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    I’ve never thought of roasting rhubarb, what a wonderful idea!

  • Heather
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    What a beautiful dessert! I love your poptarts too, great ideas!

  • Elaine
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    What a pretty way to serve it!

  • Krissy
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    I love what you did with your roasted rhubarb…looks like what I would love to eat for breakfast…beautiful photos. I’m going on a hunt for fresh rhubarb…I’ve been getting some tips, and I’m trying this recipe again.

  • kitchenarian
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    I love your interpretation of this recipe. I can’t wait to read about your rhubarb pop-tarts!

  • Patty
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    Love the parfaits! Your rhubarb is such a pretty vivid color and looks delicious in your beautiful photos;-)

  • mary
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    It’s great that your kids loved it! Rhubarb poptarts sound so amazing–I will try to remember that for next year when it’s in season here again.

  • Mygreatmenu
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    What a great idea for yogurt sundaes. My kids liked the roasted rhubarb as well. I love your pictures, too.

  • sanya
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    Love the idea of roasted rhubarb poptarts!
    My kids weren’t too keen on the rhubarb at all but drizzled the juices over the vanilla rice pudding I made to go with it. Your parfaits look great!

  • Nancy@acommunaltable
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    Hard to believe it’s the end of the school year !! I love rhubarb and have never roasted it so I can’t wait to try this! Enjoy all the end of year festivities!

  • Teresa
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    Rhubarb poptarts are a great idea. Seasonal, fresh fruit in a kid-friendly package.

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