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Spring Fruit Sizzle

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  • Any recipe that starts off with Butter and Maple Syrup isn't on my food plan.

    Greenline
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  • This sounds like it would be a good topping for frozen yogurt (or ice cream, for those who prefer). Also, I'd use cinnamon instead of the pepper. That makes it not really a dessert in itself, but like most of you, I'd rather just eat the cherries plain!

    Greenline
  • Why use butter and what's up with the pepper...and why drown the cherries in maple syrup. Why, why, why... I much rather enjoy the cherries alone. BTW, cherries are NOT in season yet. Another reason not to try this recipe yet, if ever.

    Greenline
  • The pepper does not sway me...it is the syrup. Pepper is amazing at bringing flavor out of foods...at least I think so anyway. The syrup is just yucky. Too sugary...and I agree not for this site. I would NEVER make this again. I love cherries and pepper and syrup....but not together, not again.

    Greenline
  • Why to much sugar for a diabetic like me Sounds to sugary sweet This does noe belong on a food fit sight

    Greenline
  • Black pepper on cherries sounds really gross!

    Greenline
  • UGH! I tried . . . honest. The smell was worse than the taste . . .

    Greenline
  • Doesn't sound too appealing to me...will probably never make this..

    Greenline
  • I'm not a fan of Cherry's myself. I wonder if this recipe would work for other kinds of fruit.

    Greenline
  • Make sure and use fresh ripe cherries. It is absolutely lucious. My only problem is I'd really just prefer to eat the cherries raw.

    Greenline
  • I don't really like cherries in the first place, but when mixed with the butter and maple syrup, it just made them even worse.

    Greenline
  • Doesn't sound all that healthy...butter and maple syrup...besides, it just sounds plain gross!

    Greenline