Roasted Red Cherries

It's a month for simple recipes, I think. These roasted cherries are my new favorite thing. Mix them into some vanilla or better yet goat cheese ice cream or do what I do - mix them with plain greek yogurt! The greek yogurt mixed with the sweet cherries makes for a healthy treat that you won't be able to resist.

What You'll Need
Lots of Cherries, pitted (okay, about 2 cups!)
2/3 Stevia Sweetener (or like product)
2 teaspoon cornstarch
13" x 9" baking pan

Preheat your over to 400 Degrees Fahrenheit and rinse the cherries

Pit the cherries. It's going to take a lot of patience - it's worth it though.


Mix the cherries, stevia sweetener, and cornstarch, tossing them with your hands in the pan to mix.

Roast for 40-45 minutes in the oven, until the juice is thickened and bubbly. Let cool in the fridge

Stir in as needed - and voila! A yummy, healthy treat for you!


  1. wardrobeexperienceAugust 18, 2012 at 5:01 PM

    yummy! :)

  2. They look so good in that ice cream. Yum!

  3. Hope Adela PasztorAugust 18, 2012 at 10:56 PM

    Looks delicious! It was great meeting you today! =)

  4. I love stevia and goat cheese ice cream (I'm lactose intolerant)! I'm definitely going to try this <3



    Southern (California) Belle

  5. mmm my that looks good!

  6. Mmm, the roasted cherries look delicious - I've never roasted them before. Tempted now! ;-)

  7. Mmm, looks so good!! Thank you for sharing!

  8. I'd demand a cherry-pitter before attempting this because I have ZERO PATIENCE. Well done-- these look amazing!!!

  9. Such a good idea, yyyuuum!

  10. omg my BF would LOVE this. Definitely trying it out for him.


  11. erhmerhgerh YUM

  12. oh wow! it looks yummy delicious! hahahahaha fabulous katherine! you're such a Betty!

  13. It's funny how you learn about something new and start to see it again :) My cousin just sent me a pic of her outcome of the goat cheese and roasted cherry ice cream :) I will be posting it on Monday, but it must be good to see it twice!

  14. Looks delicious, can't wait to try this one, simple and sweet!
    xo K


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