Ground Cherry Pie II Recipe
This is a simple and delicious recipe for an unusual Mennonite pie treat. Ground cherries are spooned into an unbaked pie crust, covered with a brown sugar mixture, and sprinkled with a sweet and buttery crumb topping. It bakes up fragrant and yummy.
Although you'll have to pit the cherries for this one, the fabulous results will make it worth your effort. Sugar, flour, butter and cherries are stirred together and poured into a pie shell. Then on goes the lattice top and in goes the pie into the oven.
For this simple, slightly piquant pie, ground cherries bake up wonderfully with sugar and spices and doused with fresh lemon juice. Look for these gems at your favorite farmers market and bake up a pie or two.
In this wonderful recipe, the classic and creamy chess pie is updated with raisins, walnuts and dried fruit. It 's the perfect pie to add to your Thanksgiving or Christmas repertoire.
Very Good. I have been needing a recipe to utilize the yield of my ground cherries. I cut the sugar back, made a pie crust with a criss-cross top, and added some lemon juice to give it some extra tartness. Makes an excellent presentation. I think the original crumb topping would be fantastic as well.
This pie is pure elderberry with sugar, a hint of lemon juice, and cornstarch stirred in. The top crust is latticed so when you take it from the oven, you can see the beautiful berries and bubbly sauce glisten through it.
This flavorful Concord grape pie is topped with a crunchy oat streusel.
You'll be able to tell that this is a prize-winning recipe. The crust is flaky and buttery, the cherry filling is thick and perfectly sweetened, and there's a lovely hint of almond extract.