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This is a great treat for low fat! I made a batch tonight and had some of the dip with crackers. I have some wheat rolls, so I will try it in the morning. I can only imagine it'll get better once it's refrigerated overnight. I don't mind if the cherries bleed, I think it'll be prettier that way. This is definitely worthy of being put out at a party, too.

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Julie421511 January 03, 2008

I made this yesterday and I am eating today as I write this. It is very good! I am just eating it like a salad though ;-) I tried it on crackers and didn't care for that, but I really like it better alone. I also used craisins instead of the cherries, only because that's what I had on hand. I'm thinking this might be really good rolled in a lettuce leaf as a light lunch. Thanks for sharing this SusieQusie!

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zaar mate April 27, 2007

What a great combination of flavors. I had it on an english muffin. I used dried cranberries. Thanks for the great recipe.

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MsSally April 17, 2007

*Yummy stuff, SQ* Like having a healthy dessert for breakfast! DH has a sweet tooth & almost always has a bagel in the morning w/his cereal b4 leaving for work, so he is happy. The bad news is he tends to binge on stuff like this that he really likes, so I expanded the effort a bit by adding a sml can of crushed pineapple pressed thru a fine sieve to remove the juice. I also think a mashed banana would work well here & will try that next time. You are kidding about 1 tbsp being a normal serving size, right? Thx for sharing this recipe w/us. :-)

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twissis April 12, 2007
Cherry Pecan Spread