Cherry De-Lite Pie Fill & Dessert Topping
Door County cherry pie has been captured, jarred and will soon be delivered to your home. This Door County Cherry Pie Fill recipe is everything you long for when craving a fresh cherry pie. Such a versatile product as well, this tart cherry pie fill can also be used in you cooking and baking of all kids. Treat your family with these delicious tart cherry pie fill recipes...
36 oz Glass Container
Makes one 10" pie: Pour contents into pie shell. If desired, add top crust and slit or make lattice top. Bake at 375 degrees for 50-60 minutes.
Refrigerate after Opening
As with other cherry products, an occasional pit may be found.
Ingredients Tart Cherries, Sugar, Food Starch, Lemon Juice, Vanilla Flavor, Spices (Cinnamon Included in Spice List)
*** Cherry Pie Fill is a heavy and fragile product. Special packaging is required and reflected in online pricing due to shipping.***
Stop into our country store to stock up and save while in Door County. Country Ovens | 229 E. Main Street, Forestville, WI 54213
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It makes the best tasting cherry pie I have ever made. My family thought I made it from scratch.
Great customer service! My husband raved about the cherry pie I made with this previously. I could not find it in the store I had purchased it previously, so I went online. One of the jars was broken when they arrived. They were wonderful about sending out a new one promptly! We are looking very forward to having that pie!
Where has this been all my life?
Linda Nelson The cherry pie filling makes great turnovers, pies and topping for sourdough waffles. We keep a couple of jars on hand always!
Could not wait until the next trip to their store, had to have jars shipped. Awesome topping on vanilla ice cream.
Cherry is my favorite pie, and this filling makes the best pie ever! I order it by the case.
Would highly recommend!
Since I found this product several years ago , I’ve been buying enough to make several delicious pies each year. Grew up in Green Bay, and used to go to Door County every picking season. This reminds me of the old days.