Sunday, August 26, 2012

Healthy Crockpot Apple Sauce

Making apple sauce in the crockpot really isn't very hard. Especially if you don't have a better way to make it. I do, but I have avoided it for no particular's called a Squeeze-O. However, I like the way the apple sauce tastes when it has been cooking a good portion of the day in the crockpot. This recipe is healthy because you don't add a single thing to it! All thats in it is apples.

20-50 apples

1. Peel the apples
2. Chop the good part of the apple off the core. Throw the good parts in an empty and clean crockpot.
3. Once all the apples are ready, turn the crockpot on high for 3-4 hours. Make sure to check on it and stir the apples regularly.
4. Once the apples are falling apart and can be made into a mush it is time to turn off the heat. Remove the lid and let it sit for an hour or so to cool.
5. Stick the covered crockpot in the fridge overnight.
6. In the morning store the sauce in Ziploc bags or another container. I stored 2 1/2 cups each in a quart size bag and then laid it out on a pan and put it in the freezer so we could have apple sauce once the apples are gone.

Other Apple Recipes: Apple Breakfast Cake, "Baked" Apple Oatmeal, Grandma Karon's Apple Pie, Crockpot Apple Butter, Fried Apples, Apple Pecan Spice Bread, Apple Oatmeal Spice Drop Cookies, Apple Oatmeal Breakfast Cake, Apple Raisin Bran Muffins, Cinnamon Apple Swirl Bread, Apple Oatmeal Pancakes, Healthy Applesauce Muffins, Apple Pecan Cake, Healthy Crockpot Applesauce.

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