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Cherry Cake

Discover delectable new ways to make cherry cake with recipes for tortes, fruitcakes, cupcakes, cobblers, cake balls, pops and rolls.

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Cherry-Walnut Cake Roll

Cherry-Walnut Cake Roll

Cherry-Walnut Cake Roll

Fit for a festive occasion, this fruity old-world cake roll is simply luscious.—Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Chocolate-Cherry Mousse Delight

Chocolate-Cherry Mousse Delight

Chocolate-Cherry Mousse Delight

I concocted this for a ladies get-together because several of us were watching our weight. I topped each slice of cherry cake with homemade mousse and chocolate covered cherries—sure to delight! —Teresa Gilbreth of Columbia, Missouri

Chocolate-Filled Cherry Angel Cake

Chocolate-Filled Cherry Angel Cake

Chocolate-Filled Cherry Angel Cake

Here's a cake that will catch the eye of all your guests. It's beautiful and is ideal for parties or holidays. If you loved chocolate and cherries together, you'll love this cake!
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Molten Chocolate Cherry Cakes

Molten Chocolate Cherry Cakes

Molten Chocolate Cherry Cakes

Cinnamon-spiced cherries make these gooey chocolate cakes even more irresistible. Refrigerate the extra sauce and drizzle it over ice cream later in the week.—Ki Russell, Greeley, Colorado

Pineapple-Cherry Nut Cake

Pineapple-Cherry Nut Cake

Pineapple-Cherry Nut Cake

A good friend shared her mother's fruitcake recipe with me. It's simply the best I've ever eaten.

Cherry Angel Dessert

Cherry Angel Dessert

Cherry Angel Dessert

This dessert is easy to decorate for the holidays, and it's perfect for family reunions.—Viorene Larson, Sious Falls, South Dakota

Cherry Vanilla Cake Pops

Cherry Vanilla Cake Pops

Cherry Vanilla Cake Pops

Pop goes the party! No worries on who's cutting the cake; just serve and pop.

Cherry-Almond Pound Cake

Cherry-Almond Pound Cake

Cherry-Almond Pound Cake

This recipe uses dried cherries, which adds lots of chewy flavor, while almond paste guarantees a moist cake. You can use amaretto in place of the orange juice in both the batter and glaze.—Myrna Tycholaz, Winnipeg, Manitoba
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