• Cheryl Therrien

    Vodka or Brandy… can’t do it. But they look wonderful! 🙂

    • Hi Cheryl. I could cook the sauce down with the cherries. I know that would be a wonderful thing for you. 🙂

  • Jacqueline Gum

    This made me laugh 🙂 In a good way, that is. Because I had a home in northern Wisconsin for many years where Montmorency cherries are plentiful and so is “Cherry Bounce”. The only difference is the lack of corn syrup and the liquor can be any…gin, brandy, vodka and even teuqila! It’s delicious as an aperitif, or over ice cream. If I ever have occasion to make it again, I’ll try the corn syrup!

    • Hi Jacqueline. That must have been a fun thing for you at cherry time. Cherry bounce is very cool, by the way. The corn syrup just adds a touch of sweetness that make it that much more yummy. 🙂

      • Jeri Walker-Bickett

        I have never heard of Cherry Bounce before, but it sounds lovely, especially since I’m developing a thing for learning all about (and tasting) tequila.

  • Adrienne

    Oh my goodness Susan, that sounds delightful. Oh can I say yummy. I think I would go with the fruit brandy. I wonder what it would taste like with cherry vodka or something of that type of flavor. Huh… Guess I’ll have to try that out.

    Thanks again for your scrumptuious recipes.


    • Hi Adrienne, I know you’d enjoy this recipe and you can’;t beat how easy it is either. A cherry brandy is fabulous in this recipe. 🙂

  • Michael Belk

    Hey Susan, I love cherries. It seems like I could not get enough of them. They cost so much.

    Those look good.

    • Hi Michael, Me too. That why this recipe is one of my favorites when cherries are in season. 🙂

  • Pat Ruppel

    Never thought of brandying cherries, Susan. They look good though. I do use them on top of Christmas cookies. That will be here soon enough. 🙂

    • It is just around the corner Pat. That would be fun to do with this, minus the pits of course… LOL. 🙂

  • Lorraine Marie Reguly

    These sound delicious. They would be even better with chocolate! I love chocolate-covered cherries.

    • They are good and the liquor is awesome. You’re right, chocolate would be great with these Lorraine.

  • Holistic Wayfarer

    I don’t do corn syrup or sugar but I’m sure I can use sorghum syrup. Looks delish. Nice job.

    • Hi, I get that, any kind of a sweetener will work. I try ti insure that it will compliment the fruit. 🙂

  • Catarina Alexon

    Sounds fantastic, Susan. Will have to try it out.

  • Debra Yearwood

    Wouldn’t this be wonderful over the holidays and so easy to make.You’re so right, it would also make a lovely gift.

    • They really would Debra, on both counts. Enjoy my friend. 🙂

  • Along Came Mary

    What fun, original gift idea with Christmas coming! Maybe I should make some this week & hope I can hold out til December 🙂

    • Hi Mary, Everyone I have given these too love them and ask for more… LOL. Good luck on making them and having them by Holidays. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    I’d love to try these cherries. I love the cherries they put in drinks but these kind remind of that movie with witches. Something Eden or something, and ever since the cherry seen I just haven’t wanted to try them. These may have changed my mind though.

    • They are certainly worth a try. They are really good Krystle. 🙂