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Christmas Cranberry Nut Pie Recipe

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Christmas memories are often associated with the food we use to celebrate the holidays.  One of those foods for me is my Aunt Dee’s Christmas Cranberry Nut Pie.  This recipe is easy, tasty, and makes the house smell amazing!! Honestly, this pie will be served in my home for Thanksgiving as well!  Christmas Cranberry Nut Pie is a pretty awesome way to celebrate the season!

 

A little bit about where this recipe for Cranberry Nut Pie comes from…..

Aunt Dee lives in a tiny little town in Maine called Otisfield.  In 2010 Otisfield, Maine had 1,770 residents.  I’m not sure what it has grown to, but I know it’s still as charming.  You can see straight through to the bottom of the crystal clear lake, the residents are friendly and welcoming, and I can just imagine a pie like this being baked on a chilly Thanksgiving eve or Christmas Day in one of the little white clapboard homes in town. Ahhhhh, Maine.

 

Cranberry Nut Pie Recipe

For a long time I was even too intimidated to attempt it.  Something THIS good had to be hard to make.  Well, it turns out it’s one of the easiest pies I’ve ever made.  I had to go with dried cranberries rather than Aunt Dee’s preferred fresh because of availability when I made it – and she didn’t have much hope for them, but I told her we’d wait to see what the testers said.  Luckily, they LOVED it!  Truth be told – I’ll use fresh when available, because I love the way that when baked the red seeps into the rest of the batter as they pop in the oven.  However; we’ve just proven it can be done when fresh are not available – yay!

What you need to bake Christmas Cranberry Nut Pie

You only need a few kitchen tools to make this delicious pie.  I’ve linked to my favorite brands below:



Pretty simple stuff.

The crust on top gets to be a deep brown with crunchy edges from the sugar.  The inside is fluffy with the different textures of the cranberries and the nuts.  It’s so good.  It’s just so good. Sharing this pie with a friend or neighbor is an easy way to spread holiday cheer.  They could slice a piece to have with breakfast, or share the pie after dinner that night.

You basically MIX:

POUR:

And BAKE:

 

A pie made with cranberries and nuts in a pie dish on a cooling rack.

Cranberry Nut Pie Recipe

Yield: 8-10
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 50 minutes
Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes

A delicious combination of cranberries and walnuts come together in a super easy, quick to put together and delicious holiday dessert recipe!

Ingredients

  • PART A:
  • 2 cups cranberries
  • 1 cup walnuts
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • Part B:
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1.5 sticks melted butter
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tablespoons almond extract

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 325
  2. Grease glass pie plate
  3. Mix Part B and pour on Part A
  4. Bake for 50 minutes or until a toothpick comes out clean.
  5. How easy!!

This Christmas Cranberry Nut Pie will become a regular in your home!  Use it as a hostess gift around the holidays too! They’ll be so happy you did!


Enjoy it and let me know how it turns out!

xoxo,

JJ

 

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Jeannine! I am excited to try your recipe out for the cranberry nut pie! For some reason the recipe seems to be encoded on the website instead of in a normal format and I’m trying to make sense of it between the characters…. Do you mix part A (cranberry nut mixture) with part B (flour mixture) in a bowl and then pour everything into pan or are they layered , part A on top on part B ? Thanks for your clarification!

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