Mom's Cranberry Casserole

Mom's Cranberry Casserole

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Rhonda Gibson

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My mom always makes this for Thanksgiving and Christmas and it's my husbands favorite dish. She makes two separate casseroles, one for him alone and one for everyone else to fight over..haha. Enjoy!

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How to Make Mom's Cranberry Casserole

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  1. Mix together the apples, cranberries and sugar in a buttered casserole dish. Mix the oats, brown sugar & pecans and pour over fruit mixture. Dot the top with butter and sprinkle a bit of brown sugar over it. Bake at 325° for 1 hour.

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About Mom's Cranberry Casserole

Course/Dish: Side Casseroles
Hashtags: #Casserole #holiday



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