Thursday, July 19, 2012

Cherry Crisp

My finished  Cherry Crisp
Cherry Crisp is an easy recipe you can make anytime!
I had worked all day yesterday reorganizing my kitchen cupboards and drawers. NOT my favorite job. And so there wasn't a lot of time for cooking. So I went and got takeout at Goodwood Barbeque in Draper, my favorite BBQ place.

They have the best potato salad and corn muffins....and....well...I didn't have to make it!  Here's John's brisket....

EasyIngredients for Cherry Crisp.....minus the crushed pineapple..
And I'm making a cherry dump cake to go with it.  It is soooooo easy but yummy. Not great diet food though. I've been TRYING to cut down on bad for me foods. ("and how's that goin' for you?" says little red devil on my shoulder). Here is the recipe


1 can cherry pie filling
1 can crushed pineapple, including juice
1 butter cake mix
1 stick butter
chopped walnuts or pecans

Preheat oven to 350, Spray 9 x 13 pan with Pam. spread cherry pie filling, top with crushed pineapple. Sprinkle cake mix on top and dot with sliced butter and nuts. Bake for 45 min. to an hour till golden and bubbly.

Just use a can of cherries for the Cherry Dump Cake

Spray the pan, line with the canned cherries for Cherry Crisp....

Then add the pineapple and pecans...just dump them in! 

Dump the cake mix on top and dot with butter pieces....THAT'S IT! 
Cherry Dump Cake (kind of a cherry crisp) all finished and half eaten!!
And like some desserts, it is actually better the next day when the crispiness has hardened a little and isn't soft and mushy. Here it is after we ate half of it. Yum.

My ribs....Thanks GOODWOOD BARBEQUE! 
And here is my Goodwood Barbeque take-out on my new square, white dinner plates from TARGET. My husband loves the brisket, I love the ribs...the potato salad is pretty great there too. Now if only Goodwood was next door and not all the way in DRAPER!  Thanks hubs. You rock!

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