Fun Twists on Cherry Pie

Cherry Pie Day is February 20. Today is a day for all cherry pie lovers to eat their favourite pie for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Here are 10 new fun ways to serve up this family favourite!

Easy Cherry Pie Turnovers
Just cut the dough, spoon in some filling, bake, and glaze. Then bite into a little flaky piece of absolute deliciousness. Get recipe from Creations by Kara.

Mini Cherry Pies
Mini Cherry Pies – a fun way to make a mini version of your favourite pie! Get recipe from My Wyoming Adventure.

Cherry Pie Bars
Easier than pie but just as yummy! Get recipe from SugarScape.

Cherry Pie Pops
These bite-sized portions of the classic dessert will have everyone ooh-ing and ahh-ing. Get recipe from Pillsbury.

Cherry Pie Cupcakes
If you love how bright red cherry pie looks, see how cute it would be to have cherry pie topped cupcakes. Get recipe from Created By Diane.

Cherry Pie French Fries
Enjoy your favourite dessert in a whole new way, like these cherry pie fries! Get recipe from She Knows.

Cherry Pie Cups
Easy and adorable! Bake individual little pies in muffin cups using Pillsbury refrigerated pie crust. Get recipe from Pillsbury.

Cherry Pie Cookies
The taste of cherry pie without all the fuss! Get recipe from Homemade Hooplah.

Gluten-Free Mini Cherry Crisps
Cherry pie and Chocolate Chex™ cereal come together in these quick and easy microwave treats! Get recipe from Pillsbury.

Pie in a Jar
Cherry pie-in-a-jar favours are taken to the next level of cuteness with heart-shaped crust toppers! Get recipe from Green Wedding Shoes.

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