National Cherry Turnover Day | August 28
Mon Aug 28th

National Cherry Turnover Day


On August 28th, National Cherry Turnover Day is celebrated with a delectable and sweet hand pie. These cherry-filled pastries are best enjoyed hot. However, many people eat them at room temperature, as well as any pie. Add a dollop of whipped cream or a scoop of ice cream. No doubt your pleasure will be doubled.

Cherry turnovers are a pastry made by spreading a cherry filling on a piece of dough. The dough is folded over and sealed. For a golden and flaky crust, the individual turnovers are baked or deep-fried at Then. Tart cherries make the best pies. Their juices meld with the sugar when baking since they need added sugar to be palatable. The results are delectable perfection!

A turnover is a single serving. They fit well in a hand, making them portable. Hand pie is another form of turnover. However, we do recommend a fork and plate when eating them piping hot.

Cherries on their own provide a bounty of nutrients. For example, the antioxidants in this red fruit, for example, shield cell cells from damage. Because cherries pack an anti-inflammatory punch, they may also help reduce heart disease risk. At Nutrition and You, find out more about cherries, tart or sweet.

Fun cherry facts:

  • Cherries are drupes or stone fruits that are related to plums, peaches, and nectarines
  • The English colonists took Cherries from North America in the 1600s
  • Cherry varieties are available in the United States. There are more than 1,000 varieties of cherries in the United States
  • In one pound, there are an average of 44 cherries

How to celebrate national cherry turnover day on national cherry turnover day

Following are a few cherry turnover recipes for you to try out.

Cherry Turnovers Tasty Cherry Turnovers Tasty Cherry Turnovers Turnovers of Cherry Turnovers Are Quick Cherry Turnovers.

To post on social media, use the hashtag #CherryTurnoverDay.

Cherry turnover FAQ

Q. Should I make turnovers using fresh or frozen cherries?

A. Fresh or frozen cherries can be used to make turnovers.

How many calories are in a cherry turnover? Q. How many calories are there?

A. Depending on the size and ingredients, a cherry turnover can range from 250 to 300 calories in a single serving.

Q. How many calories are in a single cherry?

A. One cherry has about 5 calories per serving.

Q. What other cherry holidays are on the calendar?

A. February is National Cherry Month in the United States. National Cherry Cobbler Day, National Cherry Cheesecake Day, National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day, National Cherry Cheesecake Day, National Chocolate Covered Cherry Day, and National Cherries Jubilee Day are among the cherry holidays on display.