This recipe for Rosie's award winning cherry cheese pie comes from her Grandmother, who used to guard the recipe secret, and only in later years started to share the delicious pie recipe. The nice thing about this cherry pie recipe is that you can bake off the crust and mix the cheese mixture the night before, so all you have to do in the morning is assemble it. This cherry pie recipe looks good on any dessert table, and is sure to have no leftovers when everyone is done! The cream cheese topped with the bright red cherries is sure to make your mouth water.
The ingredients you will need for this cherry pie recipe include heavy cream, softened cream cheese, confectioners sugar, and vanilla extract. You will also need a pie crust baked and cooled. This recipe makes enough filling for a 10-inch pie, but you can make a smaller one if you want. It is recommended that if you use a smaller pie crust, you enjoy the leftover filling with the graham cracker and cherry syrup, yum! You will also need some cherry pie filling.To start, in a medium bowl beat the heavy cream until it becomes whipped cream. You will want it to form nice, fluffy peaks, then set aside. Then in another bowl, beat together the cream cheese, with the confectioners sugar and the vanilla extract until they are well combined. Then fold the cream cheese mixture into the whipped cream mixture, then pour the cheese mixture into your baked and cooled pie crust, and smooth out the top. Then arrange the cherries on top of the cheese mixture until the top of the pie is fully covered. Then refrigerate the pie until you are ready to serve.
The Life Jolie is created by Jessy. She uses the blog as a place to celebrate the little things in life. She is a wife and mother, who enjoys spending time with friends and family. She also likes traveling and the fun that comes with parenthood. Cooking is her passion and her favorite way to show her love. She likes to be crafty and to decorate her home. On the site, you will find stuff on parenting, recipes, pregnancy, projects, and travel. Some of the recipes you will find on the site include breakfast recipes, lunch recipes, dinner recipes, dessert recipes, side dish recipes, beef recipes, chicken recipes, soup recipes, vegetable recipes, and more. Examples of soup recipes you will see on the site include Rosie's Famous zucchini soup recipe, minestrone recipe, chicken and parmesan soup recipe, Aunt Jeanne's cabbage soup recipe and more.
Sweet recipes you will find on the site include a pumpkin chocolate chip bread recipe, poppy seed cake recipe, Grandma Rose's pecan tart recipe, Neopolitan cookie recipe, slice and bake cookie recipe, peanut butter cup recipe, four ingredient chocolate mousse recipe, baked French toast recipe and more. You will find cherries grown in the U.S. states of Washington, California, Oregon, Wisconsin, and Michigan. Important varieties of sweet cherry include the Ulster, Bing, Rainier, Tulare, Brooks, King, and Sweetheart. Sour cherries varieties include the Evans and the Nanking cherry. Traverse City, Michigan claims to be the Cherry Capital of the World, and every year they host a National Cherry Festival and make the world's largest cherry pie. The specific region of Northern Michigan is known for tart cherry production and is referred to as the Traverse Bay region.