Recipe Redux: Amaretto Dessert Cherries
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Recipe Redux: Amaretto Dessert Cherries

We’re kicking this Redux Birthday celebration up a notch with just 3 simple ingredients,

all while taking full advantage of cherry season. Our inspiration came from  Formal Fringe. Adding dark chocolate, eliminating the oil and using less white chocolate makes them a touch healthier and sacrifices NO flavor whatsover.

Let this “small bite” be proof that you CAN indulge without the bulge. Cheers!

RECIPE:

20 fresh, unpitted cherries (washed)
½ bar of dark chocolate and ½ bar white chocolate
Approximately 3 cups of amaretto

Place cherries into a medium size bowl. Pour amaretto over cherries so that each cherry is submerged. Cover and place in fridge for 24 hours. Strain and pat down cherries until dry.

Melt chocolate in a double broiler over medium heat until chocolate is smooth and shiny.

Create homemade piping bags by spooning the dark and white melted chocolate into 2 separate ziploc bags, and squeeze out all of the air in the bag before closing. With scissors, snip ONE corner of each bag and push the chocolate toward that corner. Twist the top of the bag to create  the piping ability.

Drizzle chocolate by gently squeezing chocolate over cherries and place on wax paper to dry.

Enjoy!

Special thanks to Robinsbite intern Leah Wakefield for her can do attitude in creating, testing and modifying this recipe!  

 

 



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  • Danielle Omar - Food Confidence RD
    Posted at 15:57h, 21 June Reply

    Love the simplicity. So easy and very elegant. 🙂

  • Janel
    Posted at 20:12h, 21 June Reply

    Love anything with white chocolate. this would make a great party food!

  • EA- The Spicy RD
    Posted at 00:55h, 22 June Reply

    These sound divine! I will make a batch with amaretto for myself ( and MAYBE to share with my husband) and another batch for my daughter who loves cherries and chocolate, but sans the amaretto 🙂

  • Elizabeth Jarrard
    Posted at 07:05h, 22 June Reply

    MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM

  • Cupcakes&KaleChips
    Posted at 12:07h, 22 June Reply

    So cute and delicious and simple!

  • Ashley Oswald
    Posted at 16:32h, 22 June Reply

    Hi! My name is Ashley and I’m interning with the Meal Makeover Moms this week. These little treats look like they’d be perfect for a fourth of July barbecue!

  • Leah Wakefield
    Posted at 10:05h, 23 June Reply

    They would be the perfect addition to a party or bbq! Simple and yummy, and the amaretto complements the chocolate really well!

  • Serena
    Posted at 22:32h, 25 June Reply

    What a fabulous, simple idea…been wondering what to do w/ the bottle of ameretto in my cabinet! And cherry season is in full swing. Perfection! Thanks for celebrating our birthday party! (: So great to have you!!

  • Molly Jones
    Posted at 19:20h, 28 June Reply

    These look delicious! This is such a great summer dessert, thanks for sharing!!

    Molly Jones
    Intern for ReganMillerJones, Inc.

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