Cranberry Walnut Pie

Something Special from Wisconsin. The state fruit is the cranberry, and of course, Wisconsin is the dairy state. The ingredients in this seasonal pie bake up into a wonderful treat for Thanksgiving. Our family first had this pie at the Elegant Farmer in East Troy Wisconsin. It took us quite a few attempts to recreate it. I think this is pretty close. You can make your own crust, or use a prepared one. Timing based on using prepared crust.

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  • Preheat oven to 325 degrees F.
  • Wash and drain cranberries.
  • Mix cranberries, walnuts and brown sugar.
  • Combine egg, sugar, butter and flour.
  • Beat well.
  • Spread on top of cranberry/walnut mixture.
  • Bake 45-50 minutes.
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"Something Special from Wisconsin. The state fruit is the cranberry, and of course, Wisconsin is the dairy state. The ingredients in this seasonal pie bake up into a wonderful treat for Thanksgiving. Our family first had this pie at the Elegant Farmer in East Troy Wisconsin. It took us quite a few attempts to recreate it. I think this is pretty close. You can make your own crust, or use a prepared one. Timing based on using prepared crust."
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  1. Cooking with Sean
    This was really good. The custard was really thick, but it set well and tasted amazing! My family loved the tartness of the cranberries! thanks
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  2. marciado
    Something Special from Wisconsin. The state fruit is the cranberry, and of course, Wisconsin is the dairy state. The ingredients in this seasonal pie bake up into a wonderful treat for Thanksgiving. Our family first had this pie at the Elegant Farmer in East Troy Wisconsin. It took us quite a few attempts to recreate it. I think this is pretty close. You can make your own crust, or use a prepared one. Timing based on using prepared crust.
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