This Cherry Delight Recipe post is sponsored by Tide.
I love everything about summertime. The sunshine, the swimming, the vacations, and the fresh garden produce. We are fortunate enough to live close to a family-owned farm that allows the community to come and pick their own produce. My kids love to opportunity to help pick fresh fruits (and take the tractor rides out to the fields!). We’ve already made 2 visits to the farm so far this year and I have a feeling we will be visiting there many more times over the coming weeks as more and more produce become ready for picking.
The first week we picked over 10 pounds of strawberries. This past trip we picked a quart of blueberries and about 4 pounds of fresh cherries. I like to freeze some of the fruits so we can enjoy them all year long, then we enjoy snacking on the remaining fruits. Of course, one of our favorite things here is to utilize the fruits in a yummy dessert. Today I wanted to share this Cherry Delight Recipe with you. It’s absolutely delicious! You can make it with fresh cherries or if you’re looking for something a little bit faster (or cherries aren’t in season) you can make it with canned cherry pie filling as well.
One of the things about taking the kids to the farm to pick produce is that they want to sample it. I can’t blame them! Once we pay for our fruits, we find a place to sit down and I let them try a little bit before we head home. The cherries and blueberries from our past trip were so good we decided we would have to return before the picking season for them was over. They were so good!
What wasn’t good was the cherry and blueberry stains on my little ones’ clothes. Of course, Zellene had decided to wear one of her white shirts and Gideon had picked out one of his new polos.
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Ready for the recipe so you can make this Cherry Delight Recipe yourself? Here you go!
To Prepare Cherries To Prepare Cherry Delight Pie Yes, you can use another type of nuts if walnuts aren't your favorite. Try pecans or pistachios, or even a blend of all 3! I purchase chopped nuts and then use a rolling pin to cruch them into tiny pieces. Yes, you can add other fruits to the topping if you'd like. Fresh blueberries and/or strawberries make a nice additon to this pie. In a time crunch? You can always use cherry pie filling instead of fresh cherries. 1 can should be plenty.
Serving Size: 1 piece of pie
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 337Total Fat: 17gSaturated Fat: 4gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 13gCholesterol: 4mgSodium: 227mgCarbohydrates: 43gFiber: 2gSugar: 20gProtein: 4g
To Prepare Cherries
To Prepare Cherry Delight Pie
Yes, you can use another type of nuts if walnuts aren't your favorite. Try pecans or pistachios, or even a blend of all 3! I purchase chopped nuts and then use a rolling pin to cruch them into tiny pieces.
Yes, you can add other fruits to the topping if you'd like. Fresh blueberries and/or strawberries make a nice additon to this pie.
In a time crunch? You can always use cherry pie filling instead of fresh cherries. 1 can should be plenty.
I learned about this Cherry Delight Recipe from my mother-in-law. I know some people complain about their mother-in-law, but I’m fortunate enough to have been blessed with a great mother-in-law that I really enjoy spending time with. In fact, she even went with me and the kids on our last trip to the farm to pick the cherries. She’s a great mother and grandmother! She’s also a great cook and is always sharing great new recipes with me!
She’s made this recipe a few times for me over the years and I was excited to make it myself with fresh cherries. Everything tastes better with fresh fruits, right?
This no-bake dessert is so easy to fix that it’s a great recipe to make with kids or when you have an event to attend and need to bring a dish you can make quickly. And just look how clean Zellene’s shirt is after a wash with the Tide Studio Darks & Colors.
I hope you enjoy this tasty summer treat! With its bright red cherries, it is the perfect dessert for Memorial Day or Independence Day. You could also add blueberries to it for a red, white and blue twist. I’m sure the blueberries would taste delightful as well, especially if you can pick them fresh.
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