Sunday, February 14, 2016

Criss Cross Applesauce

Last time I shared my produce box on this blog I had a small bag of apples. Well, I do know apples are not being harvested right now, so I figured they had been stored for awhile. I really only like crunchy and crisp apples so I made some home made applesauce with them. I cook them until they are soft, then use a potato masher and add a little cinnamon. Delish!!

You can use this fresh applesauce to bake too!!

6 comments:

  1. Good idea! I bought apples a few days ago and they're so old they're tough! I fell for the bright yellow and cool name. Opal Sweet.

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  2. Yum! Love homemade applesauce!

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  3. I live near an orchard. They have an excellent storage barn and I have found several varieties that held up well. For crisp and crankiness. Braeburn,Melrose, and Granny Smiths are excellent choices. Got a tip from them for storing when I got my bag home. Transfer apples to a plastic bag, wet a paper towel and place inside the bag. Seal with a twist tie. They last so much longer what way! I get great apples from August thru April every year. Yum!

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  4. We have two very old apple trees in our back pasture. One still gifts us with fruit, which we share with the deer.
    I have made applesauce from the fruit which always turns out delicious.!

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