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Thursday, October 16, 2008

rosy applesauce for happy children



I first made this applesauce last year . It's pretty, tart, and a great way to use up all those apples from the pick-your-own farm. I froze A LOT of it last year, after my toddler granddaughter requested it for every lunch. It's also wonderful with any kind of pork or turkey.
To make:
6 fresh apples, peeled, cored and sliced
3/4 cup fresh or frozen cranberries
2 T. good honey
about 1/2 cup water, depending on moisture in apples
Simply simmer apples, cranberries, and honey with water until the apples cook down. You need to stir this often, and try to evaporate most of the water and juice from the apples.
Cool and freeze ( and eat!).

5 comments:

Barb said...

The applesauce looks delicious, but more importantly, is that a picture of your granddaughter? She is a total beauty (in every sense of the word!) I know I don't have to tell you that you are very lucky, but...you are very lucky!!

katrina said...

That's my granddaughter, barb! If you enlarge it by clicking, you might be able to see her mischievous chuckle as she races away from me.....

Barb said...

Oh my, what a delightful sweetheart! She does look like mischief in the making!

Karina Allrich said...

What a gorgeous color! Brilliant.

katrina said...

Isn't it amazing, Karina? Delighted you stopped by!