Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Crock Pot Applesauce, easy, easy, easy!



Here is a great way to use up some old apples you might have lying around the house. If you don't have any old apples go to the food store and look in the reduced produce section. You can get apples for applesauce much cheaper this way!

• Bring apples home, peel them and chop them into 1 inch pieces. Add them to your crock pot.

•Put a small amount of water in the bottom of the crock pot. Add cinnamon to your taste (nutmeg is delicious, too.)

•Turn your crock pot to high for 2-3 hours (or low for a longer time.)

•When the apples are soft, either mash them or blend them into applesauce.
    This is delicious. It came out so sweet and I did not use any sugar! Your family will love this. Your kids will enjoy helping with this, too. Then send them to school with a healthy snack they made!

    3 comments:

    Kristi McInerney said...

    YUMMY!

    Erika said...

    This sounds like a great idea Val! I like easy stuff with ingredients I already have ;o)

    Valerie said...

    Thanks, Erika! I hope you can try it. Let me know how you like it! Thanks for commenting. I will enter you into our Giveaway for December 3rd.

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