In addition to being great on its own, Cheerwine is the most versatile soft drink around. Our unique cherry taste does wonders for all types of food and drink recipes. From smoothing out hot wings to adding that great cherry flavor to brownies, the possibilities are endless.
Why make plain ole’ gelatin shots when you could make Cheerwiggles!
Who doesn’t love a frozen Cheerwine treat?
Cheerwine Glazed Brussels Sprouts – your new favorite veggie
There’s nothing more southern than an ice cold bottle of Cheerwine and some boiled peanuts!
This decadent Cheerwine Blondie with Cheerwine Butter Cream from Chef Anthony Denning in Charlotte, N.C. is sure to delight your friends and family.
This Cheerwine-themed holiday dessert was inspired by Chef Chris Coleman’s mother-in-law who loves the chocolate cherry cordials you find in the grocery stores around Christmas. Coleman, from The Goodyear House and Old Town Kitchen & Cocktails, stuffs the log-shaped flourless chocolate cake with a Cheerwine mousse creating a light cake with an airy filling. And by using whipped cream instead of buttercream, he’s created an indulgent dessert without it being too heavy.