Slow Cooked Applesauce

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Ingredients

  • 6-8 Apples, any kind, cored, peeled, and quartered
  • 1-2 Tablespoons Granulated sugar, brown sugar, or honey--whatever you've got on hand (less sweetener for sweet apples, more for tart)
  • 1-2 Teaspoons Cinnamon, mace, or allspice (it's fun to experiment)

Directions

  1. Step One

    Cook on high 2-3 hours or low 5-6 hours. This will vary widely depending on how many apples you've got & your slow cooker model.

  2. Step Two

    Mash roughly with potato masher or blend to a smooth consistency for babies. Try making it overnight for a delicious topping over your waffles or pancakes.

Crockin' Reviews Add Review
  1. Cheryl M.

    I used a 6 qt slow cooker, 12 apples and doubled the sugar, used the cinnamon pretty liberally. Used a mix of red delicious, gala, golden delicious, and Granny Smith. Really yummy!

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  2. Sheri

    I partially peeled seven apples and used a tsp. of cinnamon and almost a tsp. of allspice. It turned out very well…next time, I will probably use less allspice though. So good!

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  3. Sheri

    I saw that Kari has an applesauce recipe that freezes well. Has anyone tried cooking and freezing this recipe?

  4. Katrina S.

    Was SUPER yummy!! I tried brown sugar and it didn’t give it the taste I was expecting since my mom’s homemade was always with white sugar, so next time I’ll try that but seriously, that was amazing. I also didn’t peel them but just quartered and cored and that was the end – didn’t want to lose the nutrients in the peel and didn’t hardly notice it as we were eating – will make again!

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  5. Laura

    Turnd out great!

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