Sunday, September 27, 2009

Bobbing for Apples

Apples just make me think fall. When I was younger, middle school maybe?, my church group always had a fall party. We always bobbed for apples and of course, the boys always shoved the girls heads further into the metal tub of apples and water. I think that was the last time I bobbed for apples.

We stopped at the farm store on the way home from Tim's moms and found an apple picker. Tim was able to pick lots of apples from our tree. I wanted to make something that would let us enjoy the apples when the leaves are off the trees and there's snow on the ground.

Crockpot Chunky Applesauce

10 apples
1/4 cup honey
2 tablespoons cinnamon
3 tablespoons brown sugar
dash of salt
1/2 cup water
lemon juice

Peel, core, slice and chop apples. To keep them from turning brown, place in a bowl with water and a little lemon juice. Combine all ingredients in the crock pot. Cook on low 8 - 10 hours or until soft.

My notes on this recipe: I decided I wanted a little thicker sauce, so I used my imersion blender to puree half of the sauce. I froze this freezer containers.

The applesauce is good to eat on its own. I used it for a topping for the SMS Pefect Pound Cake that was a little dry. It makes a wonderful topping for French Toast.

1 comment:

  1. Yum I love your applesauce recipe. Bobbing for Apples is such a great Old Fashioned game...I remember those good ole days!
    Love your post!


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