Monday, October 18, 2010

Apple sauce recipe.

This is very easy!
The most important is to use Golden Delicious Apples....

We have a Golden delicious Apple tree in our backyard!
So fun! The best!
Harvest time for Golden delicious Apples in Utah is October 12!

Apple sauce recipe

20 Golden delicious Apples,
1 tablespoon Grounded Cinnamon,
2 cups water.

Core and peel all apples. Place in Crock pot with water and cinnamon for 4 hours or until you like the consistency.
That's it! No kidding. This is the best Apple sauce i had ever had!
Go to an orchard and get your apples fresh from the field.....So good!

Almost gone!


highheeledlife said...

Frenchy ... that sounds so yummy.. I love how you make things so simple... Contractors are here working on kitchen reno, as I type this comment... fingers crossed that all goes well and stove will be hooked up by end of week ... this is definitely a must try!!! Thanks for the tip of using Golden delicious apples.

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The French Maid said...

This reminds me of when my son was a baby and I made homemade applesauce all the time! I made alot of baby food them; I would blend up cooked veggies and put them in ice trays, freeze and store in ziplocks. Then would grab assorted fozen veggie cubes for meals, pop in microwave and done!I'm going to make that applesauce this week...yummy and so good for you!I'd love to have you visit my blog, The French Maid's Place! New follower!
--Lee Ann

It's me said...

Happy new week Ria...

Scented Leaf said...

I love apple puree and your recipe is yummy, indeed. Did you try it, also, flavored with rose scented sugar? Apple taste is enhanced when add sweetener.

Unknown said...

Scented leaf...The recipe does not need sugar but rose! Definitely. Rose extract could be a charming addition!
This is very Yummy!

Scrappy Girl said...

I am loving apples. They are a very yummy part of autumn. I discovered a new apple while we were visiting Amish Country in Ohio. It is called a Honeycrisp. The peeling is so thin you barely notice it while chewing and the crispy juicy inside is divine! Yum! Happy Monday!

Betsy Henry said...

so easy...thanks!

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