Apple Sauce

A Simple Dessert, or a
Dressing/Sauce for Pork

Apple Sauce over Vanilla Ice Cream!

Who doesn't love apple sauce? Add it to smoothies to add thickness, or use it solely as a quick dessert. The way I made it is quite chunky, but you could blend it if you wanted a more smoother sauce!

It's certainly NOT hard to make as our recipe will attest to!

It's also a great accompaniment to pork chops! Our recipe is really easy and fast to make and it's in the Recipe eBook ... just add some dehydrated cranberries and raisins.

Also, you'll see that we added a tablespoon of apricot jam — it adds a little zing!


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Ingredients for Apple Sauce:

  • 1 apple, peeled and diced
  • dash of cinnamon
  • 1-1/2 teaspoons of lemon juice
  • tablespoon of water
  • handful of dehydrated cranberries
  • handful of dehydrated grapes (raisins)
  • 2 dessertspoons brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon apricot jam


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How to Make Apple Sauce:

1. Peel the apple, dice into small to medium pieces.
2. Put in a non-stick pan and add the lemon juice, toss.
3. Add the water and cinnamon, stir well.
4. Add the raisins and cranberries, stir and cook about five minutes.
5. Add the brown sugar, stir, heat on low a minute.
6. Add the apricot jam, stir well and serve!

This sauce is so easy to make!


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Dive In! It's Really Easy to Make

We enjoyed our sauce warm, straight from the pan, spooned right over some French vanilla ice cream absolute HEAVEN in a dish!  It didn't take more than five minutes to make either, just gave us just enough time for the ice cream to soften a little in the bowls. 

You can double up the recipe ingredient amounts, as the quantity above was good for two people and store the leftovers in your freezer. And yes, you can omit the apricot jam, but honestly — it adds a little zing —and thickens the juice.

If it's a bit runny, keep heating it up and the extra liquid will evaporate. If you're into smoothies, add some of this sauce to your blender for instant thickening. You can use this as a thickener too when making fruit leathers - click the link for more about fruit leathers.

Try using a three-fruit marmalade (or a regular marmalade) too and let us know how that worked for you!


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