Oh my, cherry pie! Of all the classic fruit pies, cherry is one of the most popular. Add pizzazz to your pie with recipes such as Glazed Cherry Pie, Double Cherry Pie, or Cranberry-Cherry Pie.See Popular Cherry Pie Recipes
This dessert comes together quickly thanks to frozen cherries and pie filling.
A combination of frozen and dried cherries make this fruit pie possible any day of the year. Feel free to substitute fresh for frozen when available!
This classic cherry pie uses sour cherries (not sweet cherries like Bings). During their brief season in early summer, sour cherries appear in some groceries and many farmers' markets.
Apple pie or cherry pie? No need to decide. This fruit pie recipe combines the best of both.
We used whole wheat pastry in this healthier version of the favorite fruit pie. Serve it for dessert all summer long.
Tart cherries and cranberries make this a puckery-sweet dessert that is gorgeous on a Thanksgiving or Christmas table.
Cherries and cherry-flavored gelatin make this Greek yogurt-based pie pretty in pink. If you can't find Amaretti cookies for the crust, substitute graham cracker crumbs.
Apple pie may be the number one all-American dessert, but why not find out how to make cherry pie--it's close second, if not a head-to-head tie!
It might look intimidating, but it's easier than you think to master that lovely lattice look. Try it with this fresh fruit pie!
All it takes is four ingredients to show someone how much you care with these heart-shaped dessert stacks.
Fruit baked in a whole wheat pastry shell makes this dessert low in calories and high in fiber.
The filing for this double-crust pie uses canned cherries so it's super easy to make.