No Sugar Recipe for Kids: Grandma’s Homemade Applesauce

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  1. Rosey
    April 6, 2013

    Big thanks to your grandma for the awesome recipe, and you for taking the time to share it. I love the pics too. :)

  2. Juliana RW
    April 7, 2013

    wow…looks detail every step by steps. thanks for sharing this recipe.
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  3. Ditas
    April 7, 2013

    Awesome recipe! Pinning this now.

  4. amber
    April 7, 2013

    Oh yum I’d have never thought to put strawberries in it . + it’s even more special it came from your grandma.

  5. angie
    April 14, 2013

    love the addition of the berries oh my I can imagine a wonderful taste
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  6. Simplee Sue
    April 14, 2013

    Thanks to your grandmom for the recipe. She’s right about not wasting. I enjoyed the pics of your babies. So cute.

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  7. Ari
    April 16, 2013

    Wow, a big thanks to your grandmother for this sensible recipe! It’s true, even overly ripe fruits can still be delicious if made the right way! I like how you set up a bowl for all the scraps to put in the compost! That’s what we do at my house, and that way we really don’t waste anything! Your girls are so cute with the preparation, and very helpful as seen by them even peeling the apples! Seems like a perfect kid-friendly recipe! You did such a great job with this, the end result looks very much like real applesauce but even better as it has no additional preservatives or sweeteners! Thanks for sharing the tip about fruit size! I’ll have to remember this recipe for those days when we end up with ripe fruit! Thank you and your grandmother!

  8. Dana Rodriguez
    June 14, 2013

    That looks really delicious!I am so trying this recipe!

  9. Constance Zimmer
    June 17, 2013

    I don’t know why I can’t think to do stuff like this on my own! Thank goodness for these recipes! Tell your Gma THANKS from Sanford, NC!!! <3

  10. Denise L
    June 25, 2013

    This looks so easy! My almost 4 year old loves applesauce too. Can’t wait to try it with him.

  11. Dorothy
    June 25, 2013

    My son learned to make applesauce sweetened with honey by himself when he was 7 and entered it in the county 4-H food show. He liked it so much, he made it for snacks and for meals for our family after that.

    Along the “Waste not, want not” line: My grandmother had an old apple tree and my mother would peel and slice the apples and dry them for later. The peels were not wasted, though. She would simmer the peels in water to make juice for delicious apple jelly. The apples were, of course, unsprayed and unwaxed.

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