Cherry Pie III
This is the 1999 American Pie Council's National Pie Championship first-place winner in the Fruit and Berry Category.
Sour Cherry Sorbet
When sour cherries are in season, this preparation really shows off their color and flavor. Do not omit the salt as it keeps the sorbet 'scoopable' instead of a solid block of ice. Preparation time does not include time for pitting cherries. I get mine in Door County, Wisconsin, already pitted.
Sour Cherry Pudding Cake
This dessert is best served warm with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream. It is also delicious cooled to room temperature. Plan on making it when it will be eaten within 36 hours. The soft cake part can become stale afterward. I tend to make this for company or for a dish to pass event. Preparation time does not include time for pitting cherries.
Fresh Cherry Crisp
A cherry crisp using sour pie cherries that has an oatmeal crunch topping. This is delicious warm from the oven with ice cream. Fresh, frozen, or canned cherries may be used.
Cherry Ice Cream
Delicious cherry ice cream! It's a fabulous, dark shade of magenta and has a tart flavor that kids (and adults) will love. I have been experimenting with tart cherry juice, and I love this recipe!
Radio Days Cherry Custard Kuchen
This is an old-fashioned fruit kuchen, a rich, buttery based dough, a layer of tart cherries mixed with an egg custard, and a streusel topping. This is a cherished family recipe originating from a friend of the family before WWII. Enjoy!
Black Forest Cake I
This recipe delivers a classic version of the original Black Forest cake with whipped cream frosting and sour cherries.
Chef John's Classic Rice Pudding
For whatever reason, rice pudding is usually not near the top when people list their favorite desserts, but despite that, it's a proven crowd-pleaser, and quite easy to make, especially using this simplified, one-pot method.
Mini Cheesecakes I
Easy and so good for holidays, weddings, or whatever the occasion! It is also good with other flavors of fruit pie filling.