Monday, November 04, 2019

How to Make Homemade Applesauce - Chunky Blended Style + VLOG

Hello! Welcome back to another fabulous blog post. In this article I’m going to instruct on how to make homemade applesauce with a chunky blend. I make this treat during the early autumn days. Applesauce is a wonderful, tasty treat for any age – and it can be eaten during any season. For some reason, I tend to enjoy making applesauce (and apple pies) during the fall time. Applesauce is pretty easy to make, it’s just a matter of time and creating a perfect blend for taste.

Below are the step-by-step recipe instructions. There is also a YouTube video with a vlog where I demonstrate how to create it. Have fun!

Items Needed:
1 pot (Small, medium or large. It depends on how much you’re willing to make). The more apples you use, the more applesauce you will have apparently.
1 handheld mixer (you can use a double mixer or a mixing spoon if you don’t have one).
1 mixing spoon
1 tablespoon
Dish or mason jars for storing the applesauce after completion

Ingredients Needed:

1. Apples!
2. Cinnamon
3. Sugar (I use brown sugar and regular sugar)
4. Vanilla extract
5. Lemon juice (I use this optionally)
6. Butter
7. Distilled water

1. Purchase your favorite apples. I use a variety of different apples to create a tastier blend. I even used the apples from the front yard tree! (They’re really, really sweet). Join me as I pick a few apples from the tree in the video below.

2. Wash and clean the apples. I keep the skin on the apples for extra nutrients. 

3. Chop up the apples and place into a bowl.

4. While I’m cutting up the apples I let a boil of distilled water come to a high boil.

5. I marinate the chopped apples with cinnamon and let it sit for 5 minutes.

6. Add the chopped, seasoned apples into the high boil water. The apples will melt within 45 minutes, depending on your stove type.

7. After 45 minutes, I add all the other ingredients: brown sugar, white sugar, vanilla extract and butter.

8. While the sauce is still warm, I use a single-blade handheld mixer to continue mixing the apples for 2-3 minutes. I don’t blend too much to keep it chunky and smooth.

9. Pour the apple sauce into a dish, bowl or mason jars to store. It can be served warm or chilled. I enjoy chilled and room temperature apple sauce. I store in the refrigerator in a vintage dish.

*Note: The applesauce should be a light brown, orange-ish color, especially if you keep the skin on. The applesauce should last 2 weeks if refrigerated. 


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