Saturday, April 7, 2012


Ever since we started having a winter fruit CSA we haven't ever bought applesauce. It is pretty easy to make and one thing being a parent, kids tend to eat apple slices until they start to brown and then stop. Just take those slices and throw them in the freezer until you have enough for a batch of applesauce. This batch I made fresh as I needed it for dinner, but most of the time it is from frozen abandoned slices. If you make a really big batch, just freeze it in pint jars and defrost as needed.

apples, cinnamon, lemon, vanilla, and salt

slice your apples (or use frozen miscellany)

drop into a pot with cinnamon and a dash of salt

add a touch of water so they don't burn before the apples release enough juice

cover and cook on low until apples are soft

once soft add vanilla and lemon

then blend up well

then serve as is or with potato pancakes

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