Sunday, January 6, 2008

Chunky Applesauce

To accompany our lunch today, we decided to have some apples. I used the peeler/slicer and got a little creative (just a little).
Chunky Applesauce - Quick and Easy

Peel and slice an apple or two (or more!) and place in a microwaveable bowl
Sprinkle cinnamon sugar on the apples, to your heart's content
Microwave on high for 2 or 3 minutes (or more if there are a lot of apples)
Stir the apples, crushing them as much as you want.


We used some granny smith apples, and not too much cinnamon sugar today, so the sauce was a bit tart (so good). After we ate a little, we thought we might turn it into a dessert. Out comes the whipped cream. This will satisfy a pretty good hankerin' for pie, I think. Some vanilla ice cream would be really good on this hot applesauce, too.

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Elliott Broidy said...

This is genius