Almond Macaroon Cherry Pie

This lovely recipe was the bomb. I mean this little pie rocked my world. It’s easy to make, it’s delish, and it has cherry and coconut in it which in my book is like heaven. I had eyed this recipe awhile back. I stumbled upon it on a food site. So kudos and acknowledgement go to the Pillsbury site. This was the bake off winner in 1986 and the winner’s name is Rose LeMon. I just had to snag this and make it. I only made one change to it. I added coconut extract to it. If I make it again I’d be inclined to lose the almonds. Not sure my hubby would be on board with that though. He’s an almond lover. I just loved it but there’s alot going on with this recipe. Maybe 2 tastes on your buds would pop more. So try the original or try it without almonds or try it without coconut but try it. Trust me, you will not be disappointed.

Almond Macaroon Cherry Pie:


Source: Pillsbury Site


Ingredients for the crust:


1 box of pillsbury ready made pie crust


Ingredients for the filling:


1 can (21 oz) of cherry pie filling
1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon salt, if desired
1 teaspoon lemon juice

Ingredients for the topping:


1 cup coconut
1/2 cup slice almonds
1/4 cup sugar
1/8 teaspoon salt, if desired
1/4 cup milk
1 tablespoon butter, melted
1/4 teaspoon almond extract
1/4 teaspoon coconut extract
1 egg, beaten

Directions:


Preheat oven to 400 degrees.


Place pie crust (1) in a pie plate.


In a large bowl mix all the filling ingredients together. 


Spoon this into the pie shell.


Cook in oven for 20 minutes.


In a medium bowl mix all the topping ingredients.


Now spread this topping evenly over the pie.


Return pie to oven and continue cooking for 20 to 30 minutes, top should be golden brown when done.

Serve with a smile!

Toodles and smoochies.xx

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Comments

  1. 1
    mamasgottabake says:

    Kim, I love the combination of cherries, coconut and almonds. All my favorite flavors in one pie!

  2. 2
    Kim Bee says:

    So yummy. I think to make it perfect I'd get rid of the pie crust and do it on a brownie. hm…that might be this weekend's dessert now.lol

  3. 3
    Eftychia says:

    This is delicious! Thanks for sharing!!

  4. 4

    Thanks. I love me some dessert! lol

  5. 5
    Torviewtoronto says:

    delicious looking pie looks wonderful

  6. 6

    Thanks so much. I was just drooling over a bunch of your recipes. Your work is so quality, I feel so out of my league when I see blogs like yours. I bookmarked quite a few of your recipes. Does is say alot about me that the first recipe I want to try is the banana split one?? lol

  7. 7
    Nami @ Just One Cookbook says:

    Hi Kim! Thanks for stopping by my blog. :-) Cherry pie! I just went cherry picking and anything cherry is very tempted. :-) Your pie looks delicious and I like the addition of coconut (my favorite!).

  8. 8

    Thanks Nami. I loved it. I may do a different take on it on the weekend. Love cherries, I could just eat a pound a day. It's the perfect fruit.

  9. 9
    Charissa says:

    Hey, thanks for the add on Food Buzz! Look forward to sharing recipes with you…love meeting other bloggers who love food just as much as me!

    This looks really good (especially since I haven't had breaky yet!)

  10. 10

    Thanks Charissa. This was one yummy dessert. Glad to have another foodie friend. Slowly figuring out how food buzz works. Been fun seeing everyone else's creativity.

  11. 11
    Paula @ Cookware Cooking says:

    I saw the word macaroon and was hooked! Your site is so inspiring and well done. I really look forward to seeing more of your creativity!

  12. 12

    Aw, that's really sweet of you Paula. I still feel so out of my element. Some of these bloggers are super skilled with photos and gourmet food. If you like macaroons scroll back to march and check out mike's macaroons. They are chocolate macaroon cookies that take under 10 minutes to make.

  13. 13

    Great looking pie! Love that you used a store bought crust! Glad I am not the only blogger out there who doesn't always make my own!

  14. 14
    Kim Bee says:

    Thanks Erin. I am just not a pie crust pro yet. So every now and then I just buy it. The pillsbury one is quite good. I also buy phyllo dough. I do not have the patience to make that. Some of these blogs are intimidating. These folks are pros. I fear I don't measure up to some of them.lol

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