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Foody Thursday - Apple Cranberry Pie
This is a MUST of the season. Easy to make and fast to be gone. I usually make it when I need a compromise between my kids demands for "something sweet" and my growing laziness.... Hope you will enjoy it!

Apple Cranberry Pie

We will need fresh apples and fresh or frozen cranberries. I used frozen
Apples and cranberries

And here is the list of ingredients:

3 eggs - separated
1 cup brown sugar or white sugar
3 tbsp sour cream or plain yogurt
200 grams butter
1 tsp baking soda
3 cups flour

1. Butter + sugar + vanilla  beat with the mixer till creamy
Butter and sugar
2. Add egg yolks, soda, sour cream - mix
3. Add flour and quickly mix into dough

4. Grease your pie pan - I am usually using sunflower oil. I hate all the greasing sprays with passion, firmly believe they are complete waste of money.
Tart Mold

5. Take 3/4 of your ready dough and spread it in a pie pan. Does not have look perfect at this point
Crust for pie

6. Peel apples, remove the seeds, slice and fill our pie shell. I used 3 medium size apples. Top with cranberries - about 1 cup
7. Sprinkle with cinnamon
8. Take 3 egg whites and beat with 3/4 cup of sugar (white for sure this time) till steady peaks. Spread on top of your fruit
9. Crumble the remaining 1/4 of the dough on top. You can also freeze it and grate, but I really have no patience for that!
10. Preheat your oven till 180 C and bake for about 35-40 minutes. When using brown sugar in a dough - the color of the pie might be deceiving. Make sure it is all cooked by sticking a toothpick.

11. Pa-pam! Let it cool before you try to get it out of the pan. Enjoy! If you are in Toronto - don't forget to go to my web-site and claim your free calendar for 2014
Ready Pie

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Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty


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Other Great Recipes:

Raspberry Truffle Cake
Amazing Potato Bake a la Salina
Chocolate Croissant
Traditional Russian Pie - Kulebyaka
Pierogi with Sour Cherries
Banana Bread
Dolma, or Grape Leaf Rolls
"Melting Moments" Cookies
Chicken Cutlets
Potato Pancakes!
Awesome Spinach Salad

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I've never tried putting a meringue under the crust. What's the overall effect once it's baked?

Meringue will not be completely covered by the crust. where it is exposed - it will turn crispy and will be soft where covered by crust

I don't really like meringue. Does this come out like meringue hidden in fruit pie, or does it just help to offer a more moist texture?

that sounds and looks delicious! will definitely try. thank you for sharing :)

my pleasure! have fun - it is super easy

thank you, will do. i've also checked out your sushi recipe/ making, your photos and video are great! *is hungry*

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