Applesauce brings me back to Washington state where we lived on a couple acres and had some apple trees growing. We'd harvest the apples and my mom would have baskets and buckets full of apples. She'd get out her huge pot and spend the day in the kitchen making cups and cups of applesauce. We'd have so much we'd freeze it so we could enjoy it in winter months. I was so spoiled with the homemade applesauce growing up. As an adult, I'd buy organic applesauce at health food stores trying to find the right blend but to no avail. Love was missing! Love is such a key ingredient that often is overlooked.
We've tested this recipe 3 times and each time consumed the fruits of the labor willingly! We've tried it cooked, raw and cooked. Raw is easy, quick and very delicious but for me, the cooked version wins. Probably because that is how my mom made it and it reminds me of her. It tastes amazing, heavenly, the flavors dance together and tickle your senses. Now, you can make your own homemade applesauce. It's an easy no muss, no fuss recipe. Peel apples, core them, combine them in a pot with a few ingredients over med-low heat for 25-30 minutes and then blend them into a delicious applesauce. I don't recall my mom blending, we'll apply my husband's engineering side and optimize!!
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