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Fresh Cherry Sauce

Fresh Cherry Sauce - A Family Feast #Walmart Produce #sponsored

We’re sharing this Fresh Cherry Sauce recipe made from Walmart Produce as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars.

I love super simple recipes like this Fresh Cherry Sauce! It takes just minutes to prepare – but it’s so delicious your family and guests will think that you slaved over a hot stove making it just for them!

Don’t worry…I won’t tell anyone… It will be our little secret just how easy this fresh cherry sauce recipe is to make!

Fresh Cherry Sauce - A Family Feast #Walmart Produce #sponsored

Just place all of the ingredients – fresh pitted cherries, butter, sugar, water and a little corn starch – into a saucepan and heat until the cherries are tender and the sauce has thickened.

That’s it – and you’re ready to serve this amazing fresh, not-too-sweet cherry sauce over ice cream, as a topping on cakes or breads, or a classic cheesecake, and it’s even delicious served as a side to pork or chicken! (It’s so good – I’d be happy just eating it with a spoon!)

Fresh Cherry Sauce - A Family Feast

And do you want to hear another great tip? Your local Walmart store is a great, affordable place to shop for quality, farm-fresh produce! Right now, delicious stone fruit is in season including cherries, peaches, plums and nectarines, and Walmart works with local growers to ensure that all of their produce is picked at the peak of freshness!

Fresh Cherry Sauce - A Family Feast  #Walmart Produce #sponsored

Walmart also offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee on all of their produce! If for any reason, you aren’t happy with the Walmart produce you’ve purchased, simply return your produce back to the store with your receipt for a full refund.

Click here for more information about Walmart Produce that is in-season right now, as well as delicious recipes using in-season Walmart produce!

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Fresh Cherry Sauce

Fresh Cherry Sauce - A Family Feast #Walmart Produce #sponsored
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 20 minutes
  • Yield: 3-4 cups

Ingredients

  • 1½ pounds cherries, stemmed and pitted (approximately 4 cups)
  • 4 tablespoons butter
  • ½ cup granulated sugar
  • ½ cup water
  • 1 tablespoons corn starch

Instructions

  1. In a medium saucepan, combine all ingredients. Over medium heat, bring to a boil stirring occasionally.
  2. Let the mixture boil for about three minutes, then reduce the heat to low and simmer for another 2 minutes.
  3. Remove the cherry mixture from the heat and allow to cool slightly before serving.
  4. Store any leftovers in an airtight container in the refrigerator. Warm the sauce again before serving.

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Fresh Cherry Sauce - A Family Feast

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  1. I’m imagining some cheesecake with this lovely sauce. Beautiful pictures too!

  2. What a perfect way to use up summer cherries! I’m always looking for new ways to cook with cherries 🙂

  3. I think I could eat this on everything!

  4. My daughter would love this on cheesecake. Just give me a spoon and I’ll be happy to eat it that way.

  5. Oh my yumminess! I love how easy this is!! I am totally making a bunch of this while I can still get my hands on those yummy cherries! I can see using this for so many things, but the hubs will love this for his ice cream!! Thanks so much for sharing!!

  6. I’m totally hooked on cherry EVERYTHING right now. Perfect for the season!

  7. This looks so awesome! Would love to spread it on some sweet potato fritters/latkes!

  8. I could eat this by the spoonful!

  9. I love fresh fruit sauces! This cherry sauce would be good on so many things!

  10. Oh my….would love this on top of vanilla ice cream!

  11. Shilling for Walmart now? Boy that is too much…a good food site has turned into another commercial…so sad..

    • Hi Sherry – Thanks for taking the time to write to us and we greatly appreciate that you consider us among the good food sites! We do occasional sponsored posts to help offset the costs of running a website that receives more than 700,000 page views a month (our web hosting costs are fairly high to support that level of traffic) as well as to offset the food costs of developing 5-6 recipe posts per week. We love sharing our recipes (for free) with our readers but we do need to offset our costs in some way. We only work with brands that we actually use, or in this case, Walmart is one of the stores where we actually shop. I always state up front when our recipe post is sponsored by a brand – at that point, I would encourage you to scroll right down to the recipe if it’s one you are interested in seeing. Thanks for your candid feedback and I hope you’ll continue to enjoy our recipes! Martha

  12. Yes I definitely will be using this. Don’t know if you know the benefits of black cherries but my husband has gout. When he has a flare up, he eats black cherries. Helps relieve pain and swelling almost immediately. Thanks for the recipe for the sauce.

  13. Would this work with brown sugar? I LOVE fresh cherries and can’t wait to try this either way. I need to remember to buy a cherry pitter so I can actually make things with my cherries. I usually eat them out of the package until I make myself sick. They’re too good.

    • Hi Samantha – I’m not sure if brown sugar will work – it might change the flavor too much! If you decide to try it with brown sugar instead – please let us know how it comes out!)