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Apple-Cranberry Pie

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Recipe photo courtesy of Kirsten Strecker

The two types of cranberries in this recipe create a sweet and tart pie.

Source: Body+Soul, November/December 2005
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Ingredients

For the Crust

For the Filling

For the Topping

Directions

Cook's Notes

Gravenstein apples work best because they hold their shape and have a delicious tart flavor. If you cannot find Gravenstein, try Pink Lady, McIntosh, or Braeburn.

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  • lauren01
    1 DEC, 2013
    Delicious - a keeper! Used a Pillsbury pre-made crust. Last 5 ingredients (flour, sugar, oats, butter, cinnamon) are for the Topping.
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  • Lauren P
    1 DEC, 2013
    It's a simple recipe (yes, just mix in two bowls) - which is what makes it so great! You can spend more time on a good crust and slicing the apples. After reading the other reviews that said the filling was too runny, I opted to just squeeze maybe 1 Tbsp of fresh orange juice. Although it came out well, next time I will use more juice if, like this time, my apples seemed a bit dry.
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  • mttwinmom
    27 NOV, 2013
    The ingredient list is not split out correctly into "Topping" and "Filling" ingredients. Pretty poor instructions. "For filling, combine all ingredients in bowl. For topping, combine all ingredients in bowl." OH? that's helpful.
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  • LaNieves
    12 OCT, 2008
    This recipe is just great! but I made it into a Tort sort of German/Austrian, ab-fab nevadita
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  • Frita
    26 NOV, 2007
    I made my own homemade piecrust and added this filling and it was such a hit with everyone. Sweet enough, tart enough. Great with Vanilla and Orange Breyers ice cream.
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  • hollyholocaust
    19 NOV, 2007
    I'm pretty sure it means butter. You can't melt lettuce and the butter is needed to make the crumbles stick together.
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  • hollyholocaust
    19 NOV, 2007
    I'm pretty sure it means butter. You can't melt lettuce and the butter is needed to make the crumbles stick together.
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  • hollyholocaust
    19 NOV, 2007
    I'm pretty sure it means butter. You can't melt lettuce and the butter is needed to make the crumbles stick together.
    Reply
  • hollyholocaust
    19 NOV, 2007
    I'm pretty sure it means butter. You can't melt lettuce and the butter is needed to make the crumbles stick together.
    Reply
  • hollyholocaust
    19 NOV, 2007
    I'm pretty sure it means butter. You can't melt lettuce and the butter is needed to make the crumbles stick together.
    Reply

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