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Try our cherry recipes including Debbie Major's chocolate cake topped with sour cherry compote, cherry pie or the French classic cherry clafoutis.
This fruit and cheese dessert is bound to be a popular summer pud.
Use seasonal cherries to make this American classic dessert that kids and adults will love.
A low-fat pud that's a memorable, guilt-free dessert.
If you were a fan of Twin Peaks in the early Nineties you’ll remember Agent Dale Cooper’s love of cherry pie and coffee – this really is the classic all-American dessert.
Give yourself a treat with this delectable German dessert.
This recipe has been adapted and improved since its invention for Queen Victoria's Jubilee celebration.
Support the threatened British cherry by making this traditional cherry dessert - a sort of flan-meets-crêpe affair.
These lovely chocolate puds can be prepared in advance, chill for up to 5 hours, then bake for 9-10 minutes when ready to eat.
Cherry almond tartlets are lovely for holidays and high tea.
Feel smug in the knowledge that you've imbibed a few vitamins along with the alcohol with this sophisticated party drink.
This rich cake topped with cherries is moist and chocolatey. It doesn’t taste sour - the vinegar reacts with the bicarb to make the cake rise.
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