Cranberry and Apple Crumble

  • MallorySue Posted: 05/31/09
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    Wonderful - Made it with dried cranberries (craisins) instead of fresh and it was still delicious (maybe even better?)! One of my new favorite dessert recipes!

  • snoopka Posted: 10/01/09
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    simply the best apple/berry crumble ever! Very easy and a favorite of our entire family.

  • Laurie12345 Posted: 11/12/09
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    This was great! We all love apple pies and crumbles and this one was one of the best. I brought it to a dinner and baked it at their house. I put the topping on right before I baked it so that it wouldn't get soggy. I also used dried cranberries and it was really good.

  • jmeleeS Posted: 09/26/11
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    Amazing! We have a lot of fresh apples from apple picking so I have been trolling for recipes that include apple this weekend so I can use them in some yummy meals / desserts. I came across this recipe in one of my C.L. cookbooks and decided to give it a shot since I had everything but the cranberries on hand in my pantry. Wow! - Super easy and it tastes amazing! Fair warning, it's very tart (reminds me of cherry pie), but the crumble on top is sweet which helps balance and straight from the oven on a crisp fall evening, I definitely think this recipe was a star. I will be making this one of my recipes to make / remember when apples and cranberries are fresh & in season. Enjoy!

  • TPEX14 Posted: 10/27/11
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    I used granny smith and fuji apples, golden raisins in place of cranberries, and replaced 1/4 of the flour with oats. The oats get a little chopped up in the food processor. I also added a little cinnamon and nutmeg because it just seemed like they were missing.

  • LaurenT30 Posted: 11/27/11
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    A good crumble recipe. Not the best ever, but pretty yummy. I replaced half the flour in the topping with oats and added cinnamon and nutmeg to both parts. Unless you're feeding super models, this will not serve eight--six at most.


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