Nothing says fall more than apples!
Crisp, juicy apples and cider, fresh from a local orchard...
candy apples at the fair... or a house filled with the wonderful
aroma of apples and spice coming from the kitchen.
There's something about the fresh autumn apple that's definitely worth capturing and savoring all year. I had a hankering for some fresh homemade apple-sauce. So over the weekend I whipped up a batch and it turned out amazing! Here’s an easy recipe for you to try. Home-made apple sauce is a great low-calorie, nutritious snack.
No peel applesauce makes for easier preparation that yields a beautiful sauce full of extra nutrients.Homemade Cinnamon Applesauce is an ideal texture for even early post-ops; smells like heaven and is super easy for even a non cook. Make a big batch; your family will eat it up. Blend your delicious applesauce with unflavored yogurt, cottage or ricotta cheese, or use to sauce thinly sliced roasted turkey tenderloin or chicken thighs.
The phytochemicals in the apple skins also work as antioxidants in your body. Antioxidants help your body remain healthy by fighting off the process of oxidation, which could lead to life threatening diseases. Apple peels can help to reduce the growth of cancer cells in the liver and colon.Directions: