When you're indulging in a slice of cherry pie or a piece of cherry cobbler, life is, well, as sweet as a bowl of cherries. Whether you decide to stick with a classic or try something new, sweeten things up with a luscious cherry dessert.
A splash of cherry juice is a quick way to turn classic vanilla cupcakes into a fruity cherry cake. For the perfect finishing touch, what’s better than a cherry on top?
We get it: You love the look of lattice, but it just seems too complicated. Try our shortcuts for a pie that's just as gorgeous but twice as easy.
Warm and crumbly cinnamon-and-sugar biscuits top our easy cherry cobbler recipe that can be made with fresh or frozen cherries. We think the cherry cobbler tastes best when served warm with a dollop of ice cream.
The only thing sweeter than the flowers on this cake is the cherry-packed flavor. The fruity infusion is easy -- just add cherry juice to the frosting and batter.
Balance your dessert palate with a spoonful of our tart cherry sauce on top of ice cream or a rich chocolate dessert. A tablespoon of orange liqueur gives the sauce some extra zing.
Crumbled pound cake and a drizzle of butter top off this decadent cherry-and-cream cheese cobbler. The key to its warm, bubbly filling is 25 minutes on the grill.
Dotted with crisp sliced almonds and sweet dried cherries, our chocolate-and-cherry cookies are sure to be a new favorite, especially when you taste the irresistible drizzle of almond-infused chocolate glaze.