Add a punch of sweet-tart flavor to your recipes with fresh or dried cherries. These cherry recipes use fresh dark cherries, dried cherries, Bing cherries, maraschino cherries -- all your favorites. And with ideas for granola, risotto, ham, chutney, salads with cherries, and cherry cookies, there's something for everyone.
Crunchy cashews, sweet fresh cherries, and chewy dried apricots add immense flavor and texture to this quinoa-based salad. A drizzle of homemade honey vinaigrette melds all the flavors.
Tart dried cherries add delicious contrast to the savory flavors of prosciutto, olives, and goat cheese. This 104-calorie starter sprinkled with fresh chives makes a beautiful appetizer for your party.
Loaded with Vitamin C and antioxidants from cherries and three different berries, these smoothies offer a simple and healthy cooling treat.
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This simple, nutrition-packed granola makes a great snack, dessert, or breakfast when served with yogurt or milk.
The surprise cherry and honey mustard center in this chicken recipe will impress dinner guests. The panko coating adds delicious crispness without adding fat.
Check out this twist on trail mix! The classic sweet-salty combo is still here, but dried cherries, cocoa-coated almonds, and freeze-dried raspberries make unique additions to the typical mix.
This stunning dessert takes little prep work, but don't forget to allow time to chill so the panna cotta sets up nicely. A fruity topping of pomegranate, tangerines, and cherries adds sweet flavor and beautiful color.
Bittersweet chocolate and tart cherries in a warm bread pudding for under 200 calories? You bet! We even add an icing drizzle for ultimate decadence.
The tart, sweet, and cinnamon combination makes a fun update of classic chocolate chip cookies. Oats, walnuts, and cherries add good-for-you ingredients to help boost fiber to 1 g per cookie.
Serve this ruby-red chutney recipe with your favorite blue cheese or sharp cheddar cheese and crisp crackers, or as a sandwich spread. Using frozen cherries means you can make it any time, no matter the season.
This delicate, sweet bread recipe makes a great breakfast bread, snack, or soup accompaniment. The melange of fennel, cherries, and orange creates an extra-special bread that’s easy to make.
A bed of peppery arugula topped with roasted pumpkin, tart cherries, and crunchy pepitas makes a wonderfully flavored side-dish salad. Customize the salad to fit your tastes by using butternut squash or sweet potatoes in place of pumpkin and your favorite leafy green instead of arugula.
A simple chutney of onion, cherries, sweet pepper, and apples dresses up a plain beef roast for a meal that's perfect for a special occasion.
No time for dessert? Think again! Here's an easy five-ingredient recipe for an elegant, no-bake dessert topped with your choice of Rainier or Bing cherries.