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This Cherry Pie Bubble Up Casserole Is Everything You Could Ever Want In A Dessert

May 25, 2017

It's the worst feeling when you've got a crowd of hungry people waiting for a scrumptious dessert and you are stumped with what to make. Who wants to slave over an intricate cake at a time like this?

I know I sure don't! I'd much rather focus my time and energy on my guests and enjoy their company. No one wants to be secluded in the kitchen during the entire duration of a BBQ. Thanks, but no thanks!

One would typically assume, though, that the most flavorful, delectable desserts take a bit more time and effort to create. Lo and behold, we've come across one that fits the bill and saves you a ton of time and effort.

This cherry pie bubble up casserole is the easiest, most delicious dessert you'll ever put in your mouth and your guests will go crazy for it. The best part is you can whip it up in no time. Dollop some ice cream on the side and you'll have a tasty treat that will satisfy any crowd.

All you need is some canned biscuit dough, cherry pie filling, and a quick glaze. How amazing is that?!


In the event that you or your guests are not keen on cherry flavor, no need to fret. This dish can easily be altered. It would be equally delicious if you replaced the cherry with blueberry, peach, rhubarb, or blackberry. This has my mouth watering already!

If a fruity dessert isn't what you're in the mood for, try chocolate, caramel, and throw in some almonds or pecans for a totally different twist. The options are limitless.

Check out the recipe on the following page to see just how easy it is to make this tasty dessert. I have a feeling that after you make it once, it will quickly become a staple for gatherings.


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