Hello friends, today on the blog, it’s Apple Season! Here in Utah apple season starts at the end of September and can go well into November. So, what can one do with a plethora of fresh apples? You can puree them, candy coat them, juice them, dip them and the best of all, bake them! Let’s make something yummy!
Note- if you have GERD, or sensitive digestive systems some apples may bother you. I have found the least acidic apples to be ambrosia, gala and fugi apples. However, everyone is different so please know your sensitivities before making any of these yummy treats.
Let’s Make Applesauce
Applesauce is easy to make, freezes well and can be used for a variety of recipes. Did you know you can add applesauce to a lot of foods to add a sweet flavor. Try adding applesauce to oatmeal, yogurt, on your waffles or warm it and add cinnamon and eat it with a spoon. Have you ever tried using applesauce instead of jelly on your toasted peanut butter sandwiches? I think you might like it.
Keeping The Peas Recipe
Candy Apples, Chocolate Apples and Caramel Apples
Fresh Apple Juice
The best apples for juicing are Red Delicious, Fuji, Golden Delicious, or Gala apples.
What You Need
Blender, cheesecloth, 3 Apples (washed peel and cored) cubed. Bowl.
Add chopped apples to the blender and add a ¼ cup of water (you can use coconut water) and puree until you have achieved a thin consistency “applesauce-ish” appearance. Cover your bowl with cheesecloth. Pour the pureed apples through the cheese cloth and wrap tightly and get all of the juice into the bowl (leaving the apple pulp in the cheesecloth). Pour juice into a glass and TaDaa one glass of freshly made apple juice. You can add a bit of sugar or sugar substitute if you prefer your juice sweet.
Apple Cobbler/ Apple Crumble
My Apple Pie Recipe
You can find more of my recipes HERE
What’s your Favorite Recipe to Make with Apples?
I look forward to seeing you back here on Thursday for the TFT blog hop (smile)