Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
I had four cups of fresh cherries which needed to be used on this 95 degree summer day. This no-bake recipe was perfect for keeping the kitchen cool and really tasty in addition. My husband re...
This is very close to what my husbands grandmother used to make 50+ years ago. The recipe was lost(by me) several years ago. I would use less sugar(3/4c) and mix the cornstarch into the lemon ...
Super great taste, so the 4 sars are only because of my own fault...this is the first cherry pie I've tried making, and, well, I should not have tried to improvise. Here's what NOT to do: don't...
I LOVE cherries but my husband does not. Believe it or not he ate 2 pieces! Thanks for a great keeper! :-)
OMG, what a great pie!! It was SO delish. I brought some pieces into work and everyone raved about it!! And it was fairly simple to make. I didn't use as much sugar as the recipe called for so a...
Love this recipe! Everyone that has it loves how tart it is. Instead of the wafer crust I use a pie crust. Yum!
This was a very nice, refreshing change from the usual double crust, warm cherry pie. The wafer crust really hits the spot and the pie overall looks lovely. Thanks!
I made this with a chocolate crust and it is AWESOME!!!! Topped it off with a little whipped cream - YUMMY!!!
Yummy and easy except for pitting the cherries. I reduced the sugar by 25% and it was still plenty sweet.