This is a delicious cranberry and pineapple pie, but don't just take my word for it. This treat is something I look forward to. It's decadent. Fair warning!
It's sweet, yet tart. One slice is never enough.
Yes, it's worth the work—and let me tell you—the end result is so worth it! This is an amazing cranberry and pineapple pie for any occasion, really!
My mom wants you to know that credit for this recipe goes to Eddie Stott of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee—Thanks!
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NOTE: This is my favorite holiday dessert pie, though we don't save it just for holidays anymore! :-)
My mom always makes this pie at Christmas time though. I love the sweetness of the pineapple and the condensed milk, followed by the tartness of the cranberries! She says it takes a little time to prepare, but it's worth it. It is simply delicious...
Add the creaminess of the topping—the marshmallow, milk, and cream—heavenly!
Pineapples are grown in tropical climates. The plants need full sun and well-drained soil.
It takes about 18 months to grow a pineapple. To me, they're worth the wait.
Sometimes, when you realize just how long you've had to wait for something, you realize the price you pay is a fair price.
Cranberries are a type of fruit that is grown in wet, acidic soil. Cranberry plants need full sun and moist soil to grow well. Watering cranberry plants regularly is important, as they will not tolerate drought conditions.
Cranberries are typically harvested in the fall, after the fruits have turned red.
There are several different types of cranberries that you can grow. Some of the most popular varieties include:
American Cranberry: The American cranberry is the most common type of cranberry grown in the United States. This variety has a tart flavor and is often used in pies or sauces.
Northern Cranberry: The northern cranberry is a variety that is native to Canada. This type of cranberry has a sweet flavor and is often used in desserts or as a garnish.