I’m not a big applesauce eater. On occasion I’ll eat some, but I mainly use it for baking. Thanks to Grandpa’s over-abundant apple trees, I was able to get around 15 pounds of totally organic apples this harvest season. Time to try my hand at homemade crockpot applesauce! Its so easy!
Applesauce used to be one of those foods I always enjoyed eating but never ever made from scratch. I didn’t think much about how it was made until one Thanksgiving when we went to visit my aunt and uncle and they had a tree with a bazillion fallen apples that they didn’t want. We gathered […]
One of the most talked about homestead skills is food preservation. Preserving your own food can help you to eat local and organic for cheaper and allow you to be more self reliant. Learn the basics of water bath canning and put up some homemade applesauce with this simple recipe.
Applesauce is incredibly easy to make and can. People often recommend starting with jams, jellies, or pickles if you’re new to canning, but believe me…applesauce is so much easier! Pickles will go soft and jams and jellies are deceptively easy to mess up. I have had them fail to set, and I’ve also had one […]
Homemade apple sauce is a delicious and easy way to use up some apples! No need to add extra sugar, the apple sauce is perfectly sweet on it’s own. This simple recipe uses only 5 ingredients and the apple sauce freezes well if you want to make a large batch. Enjoy!
Karen Lynn shares her and The Vikings love of making homemade applesauce and the applesauce wars in their household. She keeps things simple with her step by step instructions and they use their honey from their bees to keep their applesauce free from refined sugars! Stop in and meet Karen Lynn and their lively suburban […]