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Fall French Apple Cranberry Pie — 27 Comments

  1. Hi Pam, Thanks for the nice comments! It would be great with your coffee! Hope you enjoy it when you have a chance to make it! Blessings, Janet

  2. MMM I love apple pie. The cranberries are a great touch. I will have to try that. Thanks for sharing with us at Family Joy Blog Link Up Party this week.

  3. Hi Charlene, I love to put cranberries in apple pie – they look so pretty as well as adding a pop of tartness! Thanks for hosting Family Joy Blog Link Up Party! Have a great week! Blessings, Janet

  4. Hi Samantha, Thanks for the kind comments! I love cranberries with apples – they add a pop of color and tartness! Hope you enjoy this recipe! Thanks for hosting the Family Joy Link Party! Blessings, Janet

  5. I love all the facts that you’ve added here! I like getting a little education with my food 🙂 I’ve never heard of anyone wanting cheese with their apple pie. I like to eat cheese with apples but I prefer ice-cream or custard with my apple pie – although in Ireland we mostly eat apple tarts (and tarts in Ireland do have tops…).

    This sounds really delicious and I like the addition of cranberries. Good fall fruits, colours and flavours.

  6. Hi Maggie, The cranberries just add a great pop of color and tartness to the apple pie! My paternal grandmother made the best apple pie and she always served it to us with a slice of Cheddar cheese. Of course when we went to visit her the pie had already cooled so maybe that’s why she didn’t give us ice cream too. When I was doing my genealogy back in the late 90’s I found out that a census taker in the 1800’s misspelled our family’s last name. My maiden name was Annas, but I found out it was originally Ennis! I traced our family back to Westmeath County, and back to the 1700’s. So I’m at least 1/4th Irish! I’ve never been to Ireland but maybe someday! Blessings, Janet

  7. Hi Beverly, Thanks for your kind comments! I love apples with cranberries – the sweetness of the apples contrasts well with the tartness of the cranberries. Thanks for hosting Snickerdoodle Sunday – see you tomorrow! Blessings, Janet

  8. Hi Angela, I agree – the sweetness of the apples and the tartness of the cranberries are a match made in heaven! 🙂 Blessings, Janet

  9. Hi Judith, Thanks for the nice comments and visit! Thank you for hosting Funtastic Fridays! Have a great week! Blessings, Janet

  10. That’s so interesting about your Grandmother!
    Thanks for sharing your family history. My mom’s American but her family also has a huge Irish connection. The rest of us…..well we are as Irish as they come! Have a good Hallowe’en.

  11. I love the combination of this pie and perfect for fall! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

  12. Thanks for featuring my recipe for Fall French Apple Cranberry Pie on Wednesday’s Link Part! I’m honored! See you there! Blessings, Janet

  13. Hi Miz Helen, The tartness of the cranberries really provides a great contrast to the sweet apples! Thanks for your comments and visit! See you Thursday! Blessings, Janet

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  15. Hi Renee, Thanks for your kind comments and visit! The cranberries really do add so much color to the apple pie! I hope you enjoy it! Blessings, Janet

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