Winter Desserts: Top 16 Recipes with Cherries
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You want to know what ingredient we like to use in our winter desserts? Why, cherry, of course! These cherry desserts are simply out-of-this-world with some all-time classics, including cherry cobbler recipes, cherry crisp recipes, cherry pie recipes, and much, much more. It's time to take your love of this fruit to the next level by baking in your kitchen - the perfect way to celebrate January's National Cherry Month!
All you need is 20 minutes and 5 ingredients to whip up the cherry cobbler of your dreams. Warm, gooey, and satisfying, this Skillet Cherry Cobbler will be a favorite for all seasons. This cherry creation is sure to be a hit at your table!
Every now and then, we like something sweet in the morning, and these turnovers are just the ticket! They're just oozing with tasty cherry filling-and just as great served for dessert, too!
Polka dots are always in style when they taste this good and look this great! Check out our secret to making polka dots on the top crust of this yummy cherry pie. The whole family will be reaching for seconds!
Off-the-shelf all-American ingredients like devil's food cake mix and cherry pie filling are your passport to our version of this German classic Black Forest Cake recipe.
These colorful cookies will add that festive touch to any cookie platter this holiday season. The recipe for Cherry Drops is so easy, you'll want to make these all year long!
Scrumptious! That's the best word our Test Kitchen team could come up with to sum up these easy-to-make yummy White Chocolate Cherry Bars.
This easy-as-pie, heavenly ice cream was inspired by the cherry cordial, the luscious candy box confection. With tangy maraschino cherries, crunchy nuts and sweet chocolate chips floating in the rich ice cream, you can't miss!
We bet you'll want to hide out in the forest when you're eating this pie. Why? Because you probably won't want to share it with anyone, especially not the big bad wolf! This recipe with cherries is definitely one of our most decadent.
We weren't monkeying around when we came up with this recipe for Banana Cherry Cookies. These cookies have a soft, cake-like consistency that makes 'em taste melts-in-your-mouth delicious.
This scrumptious, 4-ingredient cobbler is so easy to throw together, and it will make you a star in the kitchen. Imagine the aromas coming from your oven when you bake this Cherry-Pineapple Crumb Cobbler. Yum!
Anybody can pick up a box of Cherry Cordials as a last-minute gift, but why would you when making them on your own is so easy, and much more special? Place this fancy Christmas candy on a pretty plate and get ready to soak up the compliments!
The legend about George Washington chopping down a cherry tree may be more fiction than fact, but historians do confirm that he did like cherries. Our Cherry Berry Pie recipe is a delicious take on a classic cherry pie recipe that honors the father of our country.
A splash of soda pop in the batter, makes our Cherry Cola brownies a stand-out. Everyone will know for sure that yours are homemade, which means you get to serve these with extra pride! Get ready to make several batches, cause you better believe they'll go fast!
J.M. Hirsch, author of the cookbook "High Flavor, Low Labor," shares his sinfully rich, incredibly easy Chocolate Cherry Truffles recipe with Mr. Food and his viewers.
Be ready for loads of compliments when you serve up this yummy Cherry Nut Cobbler. Lots of shortcuts make it easy for you, but they'll never know that you didn't really fuss!
Want even more fantastic dessert recipes? Check out our ultimate guide, Quick & Easy Dessert Recipes: 500+ Great Dessert Recipes for Any Occasion.
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