An applesauce WITH peels!! By using your blender, you can whip up this easy, fresh applesauce in no time!
I have always loved making my own applesauce..but it was such a time consuming adventure removing ALL THOSE PEELS! Not anymore!
Let me introduce you to the easiest applesauce ever: no peeling, AND the fiber of the peel is blended right in.
The texture is creamy…nothing like anything I have ever purchased in the store….you won’t believe the difference! So just once, try it! You will love it!
I use my BlendTec in this recipe…I simply adore my blender and use it multiple times a day. Every real foodie should have one!
No Peel Applesauce SUCCESS TIP:
I live in Oregon, so apple varieties are plentiful via all the farmers in the area. There are SO many different tastes out there, and all of them will lend a different flavor to the end result. Usually I recommend a mixture to include at least some sweet-tart and some sweet for the right flavor balance.
Yucky tasting apples = yucky tasting applesauce!
So please, don’t be tempted to use apples on their way out!
Different Ways To Use Homemade Applesauce WITH Peels:
- Applesauce is on of my favorite egg substitutes for egg free baking! Lots of my egg free baked goods use this trusty stand by. You could try these double chocolate oat muffins, or my favorite teff pancake recipe for starts!
- This gluten free applesauce cake from Tia’s Kitchen looks amazing!
- Applesauce with no sweetener makes a great Whole30 sweetener for sauces! I love in this Instant Pot chicken adobo!
Applesauce WITH Peels Recipe:
If try this, please leave a comment and a rating below!! I love to hear how recipes go for you!
Easy No-Peel Creamy Applesauce
- 6 medium organic apples (remember, this is the only ingredient, so use good/flavorful ones!
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- additional fruit for applesauce combos like mango, strawberry, pear, or plum. If your apples were not too sweet, you could add a small amount of sweetener or fresh apple cider if necessary...I prefer liquid stevia or palm sugar, but almost never need this.
Thoroughly wash your apples to remove any residues.
Slice with an apple slicer or a knife, removing the core and seeds.
Steam the apples on your stove for about 20 minutes. I use a steamer basket for this. The apples should look wilted and soft. Alternately, place the apples in a Pyrex casserole dish with a lid and place in the microwave, covered. Cook for about 10 minutes.
Place all the apples and their juices into a high powered blender, like a Blendtec. The apples should not go above the liquid lines, or the mixture will overflow. Add in your cinnamon. Close the lid, and puree on high for about a minute
If you have a less powerful blender, or are using a food processor, this may take several minutes to get the creamy texture and to completely pulverize the peels.
Taste and add sweetener if necessary.
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