I’ve been making large batches of this applesauce for the kids and the half-gallon jar is typically empty after just a couple of days! My no-sugar-added, organic recipe is so good, so quick and so easy!
10-12 organic apples
1/3 to 1/2 cup Swerve Brown Sugar Replacement (one of my favorite natural sweeteners!) adjust this amount to taste!
1-1/2 Teaspoons Organic Cinnamon
1 Teaspoon Organic Vanilla Extract
Cut apples into thick slices, keeping the skin on & discarding the apple cores.
In a large pot add apples and an inch or two of water. Cover and bring to a boil over medium heat, once at a boil, turn heat down low and allow apples to cook/steam until very soft.
Once the apples have been fully cooked, strain and add about half of the apples to a blender, leaving enough room for the Swerve, vanilla, and cinnamon – & then blend until smooth! Blend the remaining apples and then combine both batches of blended apples into the same container (I use a half gallon jar) – stir or shake very well to evenly distribute sweetener, vanilla, and cinnamon.
This applesauce is SO GOOD served fresh off the stove; warm and topped with sweet whipped cream!
Store your applesauce in the refrigerator. I store ours in a half gallon jar with these reusable plastic lids (I also store my soups this way) or I will divide the sauce into small single-serving jars for the kids to grab & go!
Happy fall, friends! Enjoy!