How to Make Homemade Applesauce That's Easy as Pie (should be)
Holiday parties usually require you to bring something to the table.
You want it to be easy. But, you want it to be impressive.
Here’s your contribution to this winter’s holiday parties:
Now, normally I ask you to share our Vegan Vitamix Recipes.
But for this homemade applesauce recipe, I want you to keep it a secret.
Impress Friends, Loved Ones
Showing up with this applesauce is like a good magic trick.
People are blown-away.
But if they knew how simple it was to create, they’d be much less impressed.
I brought it to a friend’s house last night for a Hanukkah party. It was a huge hit.
Bottom line: People will be in awe of your ability to make homemade applesauce from scratch. Let them stay impressed by hiding how simple it actually was.
But be sure they know this:
Makes Your Kitchen Smell Like Heaven
Sure, this applesauce is mind-blowingly good.
But it will also make your house smell like you checked in to the North Pole. Apples, cinnamon, and warm saucy goodness.
This applesauce is so amazingly great.
And did I mention it’s free of that stuff in nearly all pre-packaged applesauces? Yup.
Or if the goal is just to get rid of an apple orchard haul, try these apple cider pops.
Homemade applesauce that's easy, healthy and quick.
- apples - 8 whole peeled
- cinnamon - 1 tsp. (3 g)
- maple syrup - 2 Tbsp. (30 mL)
- Peel, core and slice the apples.
- Add to Vitamix container
- Blend on variable speed 5 for 1 minute (less for chunky)
- (Optional: serve raw)
- Pour into large pot
- Cook everything for 10 minutes over medium heat.
- Serve warm and eat with festive foods.
- Snap a pic and tag #lifeisNOYOKE
Useful tips for Homemade Applesauce
Be prepared for your house to smell like heaven.
Use honey crisp apples, if possible. They're the best for applesauce.
And, don't laugh at the naked apples. Just peel 'em and move on.
Slice and core. The apple slicer is still, pound for pound, a top five kitchen tool.
I grew up with the prepackaged, perfectly consistent applesauce. So 30 seconds on variable speed 5 in my Vitamix did the trick.
Or blend a little less and serve it chunky.
Oh yeah: And here's it as a side dish with latkes!