Cranberry Crunch – and Ghosts of Thanksgiving Past

Cranberry Crunch – and Ghosts of Thanksgiving Past

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Some recipes just get you talking about the old days, which is why we love them so much. This is one of those recipes that gets my mother to talking about her childhood. The school lunch ladies often made this around the holidays and she loved it so much that one of them gave her the recipe for it, which has led us to enjoy it for the past couple of generations. Nothing like an heirloom recipe to bring memories back to life, especially around the holidays. Which brings me to my point…

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup oats (I use old fashioned but quick will work)
  • ½ Cup all purpose flour
  • 1- 16 ounce can whole berry cranberry sauce
  • 1 Cup brown sugar (I use dark but light is fine)
  • ½ Cup butter or margarine
Read the whole recipe on Southern Plate