Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Cinnamon Honey Applesauce

I haven't posted on this blog for a long,
long time!

But I realized that someday my India
will move out for good
and she loves to cook the foods
that are cozy for her.

One very simple and frugal treat
that I make, especially in the Autumn,
is hot applesauce.

To be honest, I make it because I am frugal
and I can't stand it when I see apples getting
wrinkled and forgotten.

But it is delicious and smells divine!

And as usual, no measurements.

But the technique is simple and always works.

Cinnamon Honey Applesauce

Apples- whatever you have that needs to be used.



Peel your apples and cut off any bad spots.
Chop them into chunks of less than an inch.

Dump the chopped apples into a saucepan
and turn on the burner. 

Sprinkle in cinnamon to taste
and pour some yummy local honey into the 
cinnamony apples.

Cook on a low heat, adding water as necessary.

As the apples cook down, you will be able
to mash them a bit.
You can put it all in a blender,
or leave it chunky.

It is done when the consistency is soft 
and able to be mashed easily.

You can make this in your crock pot 
if you want.
You can serve it hot or chill it.

Really, this is the easiest treat in the world!


Happy cooking!


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