The only problem I have with even easy apple recipes? I strongly dislike peeling apples. I found with an apple peeler (thanks Grandma or was it Mom that knew I needed this gadget?) and a well trained 4 year old, apples get peeled.
Miss E and I filled a 5 quart Crock Pot with apples.
Crock Pot Applesauce Recipe
18-20 apples, peeled and cored
3 cups of water
A heavy dose of Penzey’s Cinnamon (We recommend at least 1 TBSP and any cinnamon will do but Penzey’s is our absolute favorite.)
1/2 cup raw sugar (because we were out of brown sugar)
Fill apples in Crock Pot. Add water, cinnamon and sugar. Cover. Stir occasionally. Cook on low 8-10 hours or high 5-6 hours. Serve warm over ice cream. Serve chilled as a side dish. Fill a bowl and eat it. Fill jars and place them in a water bath canner to save for winter. However you’d like, enjoy.
|If you need help peeling apples, I have a volunteer for you.|
Our first ever batch of Crock Pot Applesauce was a raging success. Our applesauce was extremely dark in color because Miss E dumped in cinnamon but we added very little sugar and the flavor was excellent. Our teenager, Hunter said it looked like chili. But it tasted divine. We ate the WHOLE BATCH at our Sunday night family supper, thanks to the hungry like a pack of teenager. We served it with squash just picked from the garden that we roasted in the oven and baked lemon pepper chicken breasts.
The entire meal tasted like Fall to me! The shared apples from friend Sonia are gone. The next apples a friend shares are going to another batch of Crock Pot Applesauce and then maybe onto Crock Pot Apple Butter.
What Crock-Pot recipes do you make?