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Maple-Cinnamon Applesauce

September/October 2009

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (73 votes)

Turn fresh fall apples into delicious maple-and-cinnamon-spiked homemade applesauce with this easy recipe.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This is delicious! LOVE it!!! Try is with a tablespoon of almond butter or a little cheddar cheese! "
Maple-Cinnamon Applesauce Recipe

7 Reviews for Maple-Cinnamon Applesauce

10/20/2012
Anonymous
I wouldn't peel the apples...

Nor would I boil them down.

If you have a good blender, you can also pop the apples (peels and all!) into it and let it run, if it doesn't have a speed setting, then you can just pulse it if you're afraid to make them puree.

It might just be me, but they definitely lose some of their flavor when they're boiled down or cooked in any way.

But, if I were to make it for other people who aren't as nit picky about their food, they would probably love it (if I managed to not burn it, I burned mashed potatoes once...).

So, all in all it's a good recipe, but it really depends on preference.

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10/16/2010
Anonymous

This is delicious! LOVE it!!!
Try is with a tablespoon of almond butter or a little cheddar cheese!

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09/17/2010
Anonymous

Why peel an apple??? Color = antioxidants and awesome phytochemicals!
Buy organic--- they cost more, yeah, but if you don't lose the peel and the apple that comes off with it, you have more per penny spent, and more taste and nutrition. Apple peel makes the sauce a beautiful color. If you put the apples in a food processor, you can make the peel very small pieces. I like the recipe, but I would never peel an apple, a pear, a grape, a peach, a plum, or a potato---only oranges and grapefruit.

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06/15/2010
Anonymous

Delicious!

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01/10/2010

Very good applesauce and very easy to make. The maple syrup added just enough sweetness. I left out the cinnamon because hubby doesn't like it. He's very picky about applesauce, and LOVES this recipe!

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