Cherry Pie Recipes

Browse more than 45 recipes for cherry pie, whether your cherries are sweet or tart, fresh, frozen or canned.

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Fresh Cherry Pie

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A classic cherry pie with a hint of vanilla.

Cherry Pie Filling

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A homemade cherry pie filling! You can use fresh or frozen tart cherries.

Cherry-Berry Pie with Whole Wheat Pie Crust

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I made this pie as a way to use up some of the beautiful late summer fruit that Michigan has to offer. Paired with pure Michigan maple syrup, this pie has no refined sugar, and is complemented with additional flavor from a whole wheat crust. A mix of any wild berries and/or cherries should work for this, but make sure to adjust the maple syrup amount depending on the sweetness of your fruit.

Rhubarb Cherry Pie

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Delicious! Fresh or frozen rhubarb may be used.

Perfect Sour Cherry Pie

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A sweet filling perfect for summer. Definitely invest in a cherry pitter for this one!

The Best Cherry Pie

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This is a delicious pie filling. It's also a great recipe if you have a helper. If any juice bubbles over, it tastes really good on top of ice cream.

Cherry Pie III

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This is the 1999 American Pie Council's National Pie Championship first-place winner in the Fruit and Berry Category.

Cherry Cheese Pie I

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Cream cheese and whipped topping folded together make this no-bake pie light and fluffy. This is a quick and easy dessert. For endless variations, use any flavor of pie filling as a topping! This recipe can be doubled for a 9x13 inch pan.

Baked Fresh Cherry Pie

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YUMMY--uses fresh cherries!

Old Time Mincemeat Pie

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An old-fashioned mincemeat pie filling made with meat and sour cherries.

Cherry Pie with Almond Crumb Topping

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This delicious and super easy cherry pie features a crunchy, streusel-like topping.

Perfect Cherry Pie

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Cherry pie is just about the easiest fruit pie to make. Sour cherries--the kind you need for pie--are rarely available fresh or frozen, so the canned variety usually is the only option for most cooks. Not only do canned cherries make good pies, but there's also no peeling, coring, seeding, pitting or slicing the fruit. Just drain, dump, sweeten, flavor and thicken, and you're in business.

Inspiration and Ideas

Cranberry Cherry Pie

"I made this as written, with homemade pie crust [using] orange juice instead of water. The crust was the best part!" – Candace Gallagher

Sour Cherry Pie

"DELICIOUS cherry pie! I used 5 cups of frozen sour cherries." – ChristinaW

Sweet Washington Cherry Pie

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This is a recipe shared with me from a friend in eastern Washington, where they have the BEST fresh sweet cherries in the U.S.