Apple Sauce

Great for baking, topping porridge and Greek yoghurt or just spooning out of the jar…! And a great use for all those extra apples if you’ve got a tree! “/> Great for baking, topping porridge and Greek yoghurt or just spooning out of the jar…! And a great use for all those extra apples if you’ve got a tree! [/caption]

Ingredients:

  • 2kg apples
  • Cinnamon to taste (optional)
  • 1.5 cups water

 

Instructions:

  • Peel and chop the apples into small-ish cubes and place into a pan that has a lid.
  • Pour the water over the apples and boil on the hob with the lid on, heating on a low-medium flame for 10 minutes. Add in the cinnamon to taste if you want it. 
  • Take the lid off and boil for a further 5-10 minutes, stirring intermittently.
  • The apples should be soft enough to mash with a fork. Leave to cool with the lid mostly covering the top until cool.
  • To puree, mix with a hand whisk/electric whisk or use a fork for a slightly less pureed version. 
  • Decant into jars/tupperware and store in the fridge or freezer. 

2 thoughts on “Apple Sauce

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  1. Vanessa Lett|

    Hey there, would you use eating or cooking apples to get the best taste / consistency? Think cooking might be a bit tart??

    1. Hi Vanessa – we’ve used both! Cooking apples are great with the added cinnamon, helps with the tart-ness! Consistency wise, either are great.

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