So, while I never intended for this to be a food blog, that seems to be the place I'm in right now. We've been cooking up a lot of delicious things in the kitchen as of late, but don't forget to check out all the fun I've got cooking for the blog in the coming months (printables? giveaways? yes and yes!)
Rustic Apple Sauce
- Peel, quarter and core enough apples to fill a large stock pot (or pot of your choice) and cover with water. Note: I'm not very meticulous with my peeling and coring. I just try to get most of the peels of and just the seeds and very hardest part of the core out. The rest of the core will soften when cooked.)
- Bring water to a boil, reduce heat and simmer until apples begin to fall apart. (watch the pot to be sure it doesn't boil over, it will make a huge sticky mess that is no fun to clean up...ask me how I know)
- You can leave the applesauce as is or mash with a potato masher to get out some of the lumps
- Eat hot or cold, add sweetener and cinnamon to taste
Enjoy a sweet bowl of fall flavor friends!