Easy Crock Pot Applesauce…

A few friends asked me last year how I make applesauce.

It’s so easy, I felt a little ridiculous telling them.

A new friend here in Idaho shared her apple bounty with me and I whipped up a batch.

It’s SO easy.

#1}  Get a crock pot.

#2}  take some apples {preferably organic, and I’ve used whatever kinds I can get my hands on!}, peel them mostly and roughly chop.  You may need to cut out/around wormholes, don’t let that scare you!  It’s still good!

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check out these gorgeous, HUGE, unsprayed apples!

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I am NOT good at uniform chopping.

3#} toss them in the crock pot with enough water to cover about an inch or so on the bottom.   Sprinkle with cinnamon.

This is the brand I like, I order from Amazon.  Make sure to get organic as nonorganic is often irradiated!  And I use Ceylon, rather than your run of the mill Cassia.  You can read more about why Here .oct.2015 001

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If your apples are super tart, or just kind of blah, you can add a bit of maple syrup and vanilla at this point.  I usually don’t, but every once in awhile I get a fairly tasteless batch of apples and it is better with the additions.   I didn’t do it this time.

#4} cover and slow cook on low for a few hours.

#5} get a potato masher and mash up the apples to your liking {I like chunky applesauce}

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#6} Let cook down for another hour or so.

#7}  You’re done!  Just get a bowl and eat up!  Yum!

Blessings,

Mandy

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One thought on “Easy Crock Pot Applesauce…

  1. Chunky applesauce is the best! And would you believe I made applesauce on the stove top for 35 years before I figured out I can use my crock pot. Maybe it’s because all my batches are shrinking around here…no more 200 lbs. of apples at a time. I like this new trend. 🙂

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