Classic Chocolate Crazy Cake with Aronia Berries (9×13 cake pan, delicious!)

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Classic Chocolate Crazy Cake with Aronia Berries (9x13 cake pan, delicious!)
Recipe from Roberta Barham Barham Gardens, Wisconsin
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Cook Time 30 minutes
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  1. Measure dry ingredients into a 9x13 cake pan. Mix. Make 3 indentations in the dry ingredients with a spoon. Pour oil into one, vinegar into the 2nd and vanilla into the 3rd. Chop aronia berries and add enough cold water to equal 2 cups. Pour the aronia/water mixture over the dry ingredients and mix well. Bake at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes

Aronia Pinwheel Cookies

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Aronia Pinwheel Cookies
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  1. Process together berries, pecans and brown sugar into a paste in food processor and set aside. For the remaining ingredients: Beat softened butter for 30 seconds. Add sugar, baking powder and salt and beat until combined. Beat in eggs. Add flour (may have to work in by hand). Divide dough in half and refrigerate for 1 hour. When chilled, roll each half into a 10" square. Spread with filling and roll up. Chill rolls for at least 4 hours. Slice into 1/4" cookies; placing on parchment paper to bake. Bake at 375 for 8-10 minutes. Edges should be firm and bottoms lightly browned.

Oatmeal Aronia Cookies

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Oatmeal Aronia Cookies
Cookie recipe from Jeff Warren, Berryview Orchard, Mt. Morris. IL
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  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray or use your margarine wrappers to grease 2 baking sheets.
  2. Stir the flour, baking soda and salt together in a small bowl. Set aside.
  3. In a bowl of a stand mixer w/paddle or hand mixer, cream margarine, sugars until smooth.
  4. Add eggs one at a time, mixing thoroughly after each. Stir in vanilla.
  5. Important: Mix on low and add dry ingredients only until incorporated. Over beating will make flat cookies.
  6. Using a wooden spoon, stir in the oats, then pecans and coconut.
  7. Add frozen aronia and fold quickly. This will keep the cookies from turning purple.
  8. Spoon uniform 1 1/2" balls on baking sheet with 2" spacing.
  9. Bake for 6 to 9 minutes. Remove when edges begin to turn. Cookie will continue to bake while cooling. After 5 minutes on baking sheet, remove to wire cooling rack.
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Enjoy!

Aronia Crumble Bars

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Aronia Crumble Bars
Delicious, easy oatmeal crumble bars.
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Cook Time 6-25 minutes
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  1. Cream butter and brown sugar until fluffy. Add vanilla. Mix dry ingredients. Add to butter/sugar mixture. Mix well. Press 1/2 of crumbs into a greased 9x9 baking pan (glass if cooking in microwave). Spread with jam. Crumble remaining mix on top. Bake at 400 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Cool. Cut into bars.
  2. Microwave preparation: Mix as in recipe above. Put 1/2 of the crumbs into a glass 9x9 baking pan. Microwave on high for 3-4 minutes (depending on microwave strength). Spread jam on baked crumbs. Sprinkle remaining crumbs on top. Press lightly. Cook for 3 more minutes. Cool. Cut into bars

Classic Aronia Berry Pie

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Classic Aronia Berry Pie
Classic Aronia Berry Pie
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Melt butter in sauce pan. Stir in and heat berries. sugar and lemon juice. When juice of the Aronia berries flows, stir in flour.  Cool to room temperature.  Meanwhile, line pie pan with crust. Poor in cooled mixture.  Pit on top crust; flute; slit.  To catch juice,  put foil on the pie skirt or cookie sheet.  Shape upward around pie pan without covering pie.  Bake at 425 degrees until crust is browned, abut 40 - 45 minutes. Cool then refrigerate overnight.  The filling should setup nicely.

Banana Aronia Bread

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Banana Aronia Bread
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  1. Cream together sugar and butter, add mashed bananas and eggs. Mix well.
  2. Combine flour, salt and baking soda and fold into banana mixture.
  3. Carefully fold in thawed Aronia berries.
  4. Pour into bread pan. Bake for 45-50 minutes at 350 degrees.
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by Mary Mathiasen

Apple/Aronia Crisp

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Apple/Aronia Crisp
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  1. Topping: Cut in butter until crumbly, add flour, brown sugar and rolled oats. Mix.
  2. In a 9" square baking pan, dump 4 cups apples mixed with 1 cup sugar, 1 tsp vanilla and one tsp cinnamon (more to taste). Add one cup thawed Aronia berries. Carefully fold together.
  3. Sprinkle topping evenly over apple/Aronia mixture.
  4. Bake at 350 degrees 60-70 minutes or until apples are tender. Put cookie sheet under to make cleanup easier.
  5. Best served warmed.
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by Mary Mathiasen

Aronia Bread (Bread Machine)

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Aronia Bread (Bread Machine)
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  1. Add berries to dry ingredients in pan. Add warm water. Select course.
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This produces a wonderfully purple bread with dark berry pieces throughout and a chewy texture.  I find it must be monitored during the mix cycle.  As the berries juice and the dough becomes wetter, add flour.

by Roberta Barham