This is, without a doubt, one of the simplest recipes ever.
A few days ago I decided to do some baking. So I went to the store. After I came back, I realized that there was one ingredient that I forgot.
“But Claire,” said my Inner Voice. “You have apples.”
And so it began. Here are some instructions:
Peel, core and dice some apples. I can’t give you a set number. Figure out how many it might take to yield the amount of sauce that you want.
I needed 1/4 cup of sauce. I thought about using only 1 apple, but just to be safe, I prepped 2.
Put the apples in a pot with a little water or juice. (We didn’t have apple juice, so I used some white grape…)
Let your ingredients boil.
Be sure to let your mixture simmer for a few minutes. Add liquid depending on how dry the apples are.
Once your apples are soft, take them out of the pot and put them in your food processor.
Process them for a few seconds, et voilà.
Along the way you can add sugar. It’s up to you.
Like almond butter, once you make your own apple sauce you may find yourself thinking, “And I buy this because…?”
Indeed, DIY apple sauce is fun and easy to make.
Eat it up!