Today I am sharing how to make easy applesauce. Let me share this recipe.
I got this easy applesauce recipe from my mom. I’m truly not sure how this recipe for applesauce came into our home, however, it is very good! I have been making this quick recipe for many years. In fact, we jokingly say, this applesauce has made me and my husband applesauce snobs.
This recipe is beyond easy but don’t let this fool you into thinking it may not be as good as I am saying. Trust me you will love it.
I will however share a scret, this applesauce is even more fun to make now. Years ago it took longer to peel, core and slice the apples from the orchard. The slicer I did use back then you can find HERE.
By the way, when making this easy applesauce you won’t believe how fast and truly easy it is to make. And guess how you cook the apples? Crockpot, NO. Slow Cooker, NO. I cook the apples in the MICROWAVE in a 2 quart microwave safe dish! Don’t be fooled by the microwave because this applesauce is thick, smooth and creamy!
After removing the dish of apples from the microwave, simply add them to a blender. Set the blender on puree and blend. If you don’t have a puree setting set the blender on the highest speed you can. This is what make this applesauce thick and smooth.
For another great and easy recipe click HERE. This is light and easy to make. It also will be great for Thanksgiving!
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- blender, peeler, corer and slicer for the apples, microwave, 2 quart casserole bowl
- 6 cups sliced apples
- 1/2 cup water
- 1/2 tblsp lemon juice from fresh lemon
- cinnamon to taste