This cherry cheesecake cobbler is so absolutely indulgent .... while also being completely nourishing!!!
This recipe is made with such nourishing ingredients that you can feel great eating this at any time - not just for dessert.
Remember that recipes are just suggestions! When I create, I don't typically measure my ingredients - all is done by feel and taste and I encourage you to do the same.
Think of the recipe as a guideline with lots of room to play.
As you create the recipe below (or any recipe on our site) taste as you go and adjust. Let your tastebuds and your intuition guide you.
Aside from being one of my absolute favourite fruits, cherries have amazing nutritional properties. There are sweet cherries and sour cherries and it is the sweet cherries that are the ones I love and are what I use in this recipe.
The doctrine of signatures tell us that cherries, by their deep red colour and shape similar to the blood cells, are extremely nourishing to our blood.
Cherries are rich in iron as well as an array of other nutrients including phosphorus, potassium, calcium, vitamin A and they are a great anti-oxidant food.
Cherries (along with many other deep coloured fruits/vegetables) are a great food to give you natural protection from the sun.
I encourage you to buy fresh sweet cherries when they are in season but if that is not possible frozen sweet cherries are wonderful too.
Ingredients for base/crust and crumble topping:
Ingredients for cherry filling:
To make the base/crust, process all of the base/crust ingredients in a food processor until crumbly.
Spoon a little into individual serving glasses and press down to create a crust on the bottom of the glass.
Reserve some of the mixture to use as the crumble topping.
For the cherry filling, place all of the filling ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
Pour the filling into each individual serving glass on top of the crust.
To finish your cherry cheesecake cobbler, sprinkle some of the crumble topping on top of the cherry filling.
Smile and enjoy!
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