Classic Cherry Cobbler

Whether you use fresh or frozen cherries, nothing beats the smell of a freshly baked cherry cobbler wafting through the kitchen. Cobbler topping is much less fussy than a pie crust and doesn’t require rolling the pastry, which makes it one of our go-to desserts when we’re craving a sweet treat! And unlike pie crust, the cobbler topping includes baking powder, which causes it to puff and absorb some of the sweet, flavorful fruit filling as it bakes, yum! But the best part is, this dish really is perfect anytime of year – it’s sweet and light enough for the warmer months, but hearty and comforting enough in the winter months, which means we don’t need any excuse to whip it up, and neither do you!

5 cups cherries, pitted
1/2 cup water
1 1/4 cups sugar
4 tablespoons cornstarch

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