First Generation Cherry Pie Recipe Made By My Grandma

Grandma knew her cherry pie was amazing. I knew it, my brother knew it, we all knew it.

Seriously, not eating grandma’s cherry pie at our annual Thanksgiving family dinner this past year was the stupidest thing I could have ever done. I didn’t have a slice because I wanted to eat a little healthier. So, I watched that pie plate dwindle down to one piece. It was the hardest thing I ever had to do during a family dinner. Finally, I decided I was just going to have the pie. I mean, it was the holidays, after all. Welp, my brother got to it before I did and all of that magical cherry goodness was gone!

I pouted. yes, at 36 years old I pouted. You would have too if you would have seen that pie! Grandma told me I should have had the slice when it was offered to me. Lesson learned: Always listen to grandma.

Is your mouth watering in anticipation? I bet you want this heavenly recipe, don’t you? Well, my friend, simply click on the next page link below and you’ll find yourself staring right at the ingredients and instructions in no time flat. Enjoy!

Nothing beats a nice slice of grandma’s cherry pie after dinner.

Take a look at what my friend Barbara from the Bless Us O lord food blog had to say about this magnificent recipe:

Honestly, I think it takes years of baking to get this kind of pie just right, because fruit pies always vary in sweetness and juiciness depending on the fruit. But, I think you will get a pretty good pie with this recipe whether your cherries come from the tree in your back yard or from the freezer section of your grocer. I asked my mother-in-law if she drained her fruit and she said that she used the cherries half frozen and they didn’t have any juice. If yours are very juicy, you might want to up the tapioca by a tablespoon.

I think you are right! I’ve made several of these pies and none of them taste as glorious as grandmas.
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