Apple Sauce

Apple Sauce
3 1/2 c.
‘don’t throw the sad apples away..sauce them’


7-8 apples–granny smiths are the best. it’s also better if they’re a bit over the hill
1/2 c. water
1/2 TB salt

1. Find some ‘sad’ apples and rescue them

2. Peel, core and chunk up the apples into a large sauce pan
3. Add about 1/2 c. water
4. Over a medium heat simmer/boil for about 30 minutes..or until apples are easily mashed with a fork. The softer the apples the quicker the cooking. make sure that there is enough water.

You can add pears to the applesauce if you’d like a complex flavour. You can also add cinnamon if you want. Knock yourself out!

5 thoughts on “Apple Sauce

    • Mish says:

      you started it all. However, I have to keep mine frozen, cause I don’t have the stuff to can them. but I am looking forward to doing it when I get home.

  1. nic. says:

    Is that seriously all it is!?! Thank you for posting this.

    This week is a perfect week to go and pick “sad apples” and I’ll do just that!

    • Mish says:

      it’s that easy. I know. ask the grocery store if they have any sad apples in the back. I got them for about .75 cents a pound and they were organic 🙂

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