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Cranberry Apple Pie

"New England is one of the prime apple- and cranberry-growing regions of the country. This is my all-time favorite cranberry apple pie recipe."
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1 h 15 m servings
Original recipe yields 6 servings

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  1. In a large bowl, combine the first seven ingredients. Add apples and cranberries; toss gently. Line a 9-in. pie plate with bottom pastry. Add filling; dot with butter. Roll the remaining pastry to fit top of pie. Cut vents in pastry, using a small apple cutter if desired. Place over filling; seal and flute the edges. Bake at 425 degrees F for 10 minutes. Reduce heat to 350 degrees F; bake 50 minutes longer or until crust is golden brown and filling is bubbly.

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This pie was a hit! The most labor intensive part is the peeling and cutting of the apples. I washed with soap, used a cutter/corer, then peeled each piece by hand, then sliced in a food proce...

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Very very sweet...too sweet for my family. Probably won't make again.

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This pie was a hit! The most labor intensive part is the peeling and cutting of the apples. I washed with soap, used a cutter/corer, then peeled each piece by hand, then sliced in a food proce...

Very good-- I substituted a little more cinnamon and apple pie spice. Next time I'll add more cornstarch and less juice- the pie was very runny and didn't set until it had been in the fridge for...

I never made a Cranberry Apple Pie and my whole family loved this one. I loved the concept of the flavor and spice combination blended into this recipe. I also made my own whole wheat piecrust...

Finally! A recipe that doesn't use pre-made canned cranberry sauce, but rather whole berries! I would toss the apples and berrries with the fruit juices first, then toss that mixture with the d...

This was a hit! I made this for our 2nd Annual "Pie Day" at work, and it was the first to be eaten! I did make changes, because I don't like terribly sweet pies, so I cut the amount of sugar d...

The flavor of this pie was top notch. However, don't plan on eating this pie warm....it is extremely runny. You will need to refrigerate it until it sets up, but dont let that deter you...its ...

this was so good! i made the pie the day befour,left out and covered overnight, then just heated the pie up in the oven befour serving. wasn't runny or anything. be sure to use tart apples! othe...

Very very sweet...too sweet for my family. Probably won't make again.

The pie has a very good flavor, but it is way too runny. I would cut down on the orange juice and add more corn starch. Other than that, recipe was very easy to follow and pie tasted great.