Cherry season is short and sweet, so savour these bright and juicy stone fruits while you can. From picture-perfect danishes to tart and creamy cheesecake, we’ve compiled the best cherry recipes around.
The Pioneer Woman's Cherry Pie
cherryWhen it comes to the ultimate cherry recipe, you can’t go wrong with Ree’s homemade cherry pie. She’s also mastered the perfect crust, which sure beats store-bought.
Anna Olson's Classic Cherry Strudel
When it comes to strudels, apples tend to be the classic filling for the popular German pastry. Another tasty option? This Viennese variation that puts the spotlight on fresh cherries.
Chocolate-Cherry Lattice Slab Pie
When feeding a crowd, sheet-pan meals come to the rescue. Bonus: this slab pie is also eye-catching thanks to its simple lattice design, all amounting to the most popular dessert on the table.
Summer Berry Fruit Pops
Sweet, creamy and packed with fresh cherries, these five-ingredient cheesecake pops are a refreshing summer treat that you can prep quickly for the weekend ahead.
Individual Cherry Galettes
How gorgeous are these single-serving cherry galettes? They’re far simpler to make than they appear, too! We recommend topping each with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and crushed pistachios.
The Pioneer Woman's Cherry Cheesecake Shooters
Made in just 10 minutes with a total of five ingredients, these sweet shooters are bound to be a hit at your next party. Feel free to use a variety of pie fillings so everyone can choose their fave.
Anna Olson's Flourless Black Forest Roulade
This flourless dessert has all the classic flavours of the black forest tortes we know and love: chocolate cake, fresh whipped cream and kirsch-soaked cherries.
Valerie Bertinelli's Cherry Cream Cheese Galette
Fresh or frozen cherries star in this gorgeous galette, made even better when paired with rich cream cheese. It’s a no-fail dessert recipe worth baking this weekend. Because summer doesn’t stick around forever!
Anna Olson’s Black Forest Torte
This combination of chocolate sponge cake, cherries and whipped cream may be a familiar one, but in place of the often-dry genoise sponge, a chocolate chiffon base offers the same airiness while being more moist and rich.