His unique recipe stems from the idea of a traditional cherry pie, but he updates it to give it a whole new flare. As delicious as a cherry pie is, sometimes there’s just not enough time to bake one no matter how much you may crave it. From the crispy crust, to the sweet homemade filling, and last but not least, the beautifully designed top layer, pies can often take a matter of hours. If you’re looking for a tasty, homemade dessert but don’t have much time, stop right here.
This magazine-worthy cherry dessert will leave all your house guests utterly amazed. From start to finish, this beautiful dessert will only take you about half an hour. No one will know that it took so little effort compared to your grandma’s cherry pie recipe. Try switching out a homemade pie crust with a tube of biscuits, and cut them up in a way that completely disguises the fact that they are ready-to-bake biscuits. He demonstrates by cutting the round biscuits several times until they are bite sized.
Spreading them out into the pan, it not only takes considerably less time than a homemade crust would, but it looks extremely delicious.
Your guests will look in awe at your stunning dessert as soon as you add in the tasty toppings. After the simple biscuit layer is complete, all you have to do is pour in your cherry pie filling, and give it one last touch. It’s always the finishing touches that make desserts stand out, so keep that in mind as you whip up a glaze that is only two ingredients and drizzle it over the top. Find out what two ingredients you will need to finish this masterpiece in the video below, along with a demonstration of this Cherry Pie Bubble Up Casserole that is sure to blow you away with how easy this really is!