Now this is my favorite part. Once the butter is melted begin to stir in flour by the handful. That's right, put your hand into the flour and pick some up and drop it in. The flour is the ingredient that absorbs the butter so it is the only one you need to have "enough" of. The rest of it is for taste. So start with a small handful of sugar, a handful of oats, a tablespoon of honey, a little brown sugar, and a little cinnamon. Take the time to mix after each new addition. The important part is that you add enough flour to make it thick and slightly crumbly. Then continue to add sweetness to your taste.
Sprinkle some cinnamon and sugar on your pears and add the crumble to the top. As you add it (with your hands!) crumble it up with your fingers.
Put it in the oven at 350 until it is a nice golden brown.
Cut and serve. Ours came out so delicious and sweet that we didn't even need ice cream!
Thanks and have a good one!
(this recipe brought to you by the amazing Andrew, otherwise known as my boyfreind)