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Applesauce & Friends :)

By Request... here's the Applesauce Recipe!

Peel, core and cut up 5-6 medium apples.(golden delicious is a good sweet variety). (I used 8 apples and more water). You can do big chunks. they don't have to be tiny (I did smaller, it cooked faster). In large sauce pan place apples and 1/2 cup water and 1 T lemon juice. Heat to boiling and then turn heat down to medium low. Simmer the apples until soft. About 10-15 minutes. Blend up apples (hand blender or food processor). Add Cinnamon and brown sugar (or regular sugar) to taste. Pretty easy hunh? It's really good too!!

And... since I hate to post a blog without a picture.... here's a pic from this week at my fave coffee shop here... Look how huge my stomach is! It makes my head look small - haha!

Comments

The Agarwals said…
I should try this recipe with the boys! Collin especially LOVES to cook - he often says he wants to be a chef when he grows up! He would get a kick out of it! Not to mention, applesauce is one of their favorite foods of all time!! Thanks for sharing! And, your head does not look small! hehe!
allhisblessings said…
Mmmm! I can't wait to try out the applesauce recipe! Sounds like an awesome easy yummy kid-friendly idea.
This post appealed to my nesting side...I am totally excited about trying this!
And your head doesn't look small! You look great...
E-Rob said…
Perfect timing! I was planning to make some today and was gonna have to call you for the recipe! Can't wait to try it out.
Deanna said…
Thanks!!! Can't wait to try it!. The folks back home will be so impressed. Now that the weather is getting cooler here, I'm looking for domestic things to do with the kids. This might be it. So how much is jellybean wiggling?
E-Rob said…
Oh wow!! You weren't kidding, this was super easy and super tasty - even without the sugar. I licked the sides of the food processor like it was brownie mix. haha (Is it any wonder my doctor put me on a diet? :)
Thanks for sharing!!
Meagan said…
YUM I should try this. THanks for posting that.
alliecatnsa said…
Hey Thanks For the Apple Sause Recipe.....We ate some last night and it was GOOD!!!!!! Onle 63 days!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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