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Wow, the perfect combination of sweet and tangy and so easy to make!

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May I Have That Recipe July 15, 2014

So good! I had no butter, so subbed margarine. I increased and spiced the sugar that goes over the berries, scant three quarter cup sugar, teaspoon cinnamon, half teaspoon ginger, sixteen teaspoon cloves. I also used frozen berries. Baked about sixty five minutes. Next time I'm adding shredded orange peel.

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mrssmith66 May 09, 2012

Served this for DH's birthday, when family was over. This recipe could not have been easier or faster to make and the presentation was nice. My family said they liked it, but no one asked for the recipe, raved about it, or had seconds. My mother said she thought it could have been a tiny bit sweeter.

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Dr. Jenny February 21, 2008

Was looking for something easy to bake on a lazy Sunday afternoon & also had a craving for a dessert with cranberries.Ran across this recipe that perfectly fit the bill.I used fresh cranberries that I had frozen. I did not thaw them first & I do not think the result was affected in any way.Also sprinkled a good amount of turbinado sugar on top.Came out wonderfully! Thanks for a tasty dessert that required very little labor!

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GaylaJ January 16, 2005

This seems to be almost more of a cake baked in a pie plate than an actual pie. However, as a cranberry lover I found the flavor to be excellent. The batter provides just the right amount of sweetness to contrast the tart berries. Warm with French vanilla ice cream, the dessert is lovely. It was a great addition to our Thanksgiving table.

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Ms B. November 28, 2004

This was sort of different but extremely tasty. I love fresh cranberries and could not resist trying a new dessert. Just the right blend of sweet-tartness. My family sure ate it up and didn't leave even a small crumb. I think this one would be good for a beginner cook or someone who doesn't like to bake that much. Thank-you Nurse Di.

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KaylaMc November 03, 2004

I made this pie for Thanksgiving and it was a big hit. I picked this recipe because it seemed easy and I don't like to bake. It more than exceeded my expectation. Had a tangy berry filling with a tender crust. Family and guests seemed to enjoy it, so thanks for the recipe.

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ashlynt December 06, 2003

We are cranberry freaks at this house and loved this dessert. It was easy to make and cooked up nicely. Thanks for sharing.

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DDW May 01, 2003
Cape Cod Cranberry Pie