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When Life Gives You Bad Apples…Make Applesauce!

It’s always a joy at our house when we find out we’ve accidentally purchased poor quality apples–that means nothing other than a homemade batch of applesauce! 😀 It’s really quite easy to make, especially if you have a peeler like the one in the picture below:

My brother and I were able to skin, de-core, peel, and chop up 10 apples in like 15 minutes. So if you love making apple dishes, I highly recommend getting one of these little babies. They’re pretty inexpensive too.

Anyways, you didn’t come here to listen to me go on and on about how much I love my apple peeler; let’s talk about applesauce! 😉

One of our favorite applesauce recipes is by Lauren Allen from tastesbetterfromscratch.com. It’s simple, healthy, and oh-so-yummy!

Seriously guys; this recipe is so easy–you won’t regret you tried it. And it’s so much better than the stuff out of the jar! And just think of the possibilities; you could add different fruits to the sauce if you wanted, or maybe even veggies if you’re the brave type…

What do you do when life gives you a bad batch of apples? Let me know in the comments below!

Don’t forget to take joy in the little things! ❤

2 thoughts on “When Life Gives You Bad Apples…Make Applesauce!”

  1. Yum! My son loves applesauce. He takes a big soup thermos of it to school everyday. When he was a baby I made all his baby food. I made him applesauce with Granny Smith apples, not really thinking because my whole family loves them, and boy was he ticked off!! It was his first applesauce experience. That sour looking face made us laugh, which ticked him off more, haha! I’m surprised he ever tried it again. Although for about a year if he smelled what he thought was applesauce that you were about to feed him, nope, no way. He wasn’t opening his mouth! This looks like a great recipe to try since my son eats so much of it now! Thanks for sharing!

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