The apples before...don't they look yummy???
The containers washed, ready and waiting
All the containers filled and ready for the freezer
Wow!! Aaron and I made applesauce for the first time this year. My Mom was supposed to help, but...she didn't feel very good and we didn't need to catch her bug. So....we ate a quick dinner and began this process!! Aaron helped me peel all the apples...that was the hardest part. I wish we would have used Mom's apple peeler/corer/slicer...next time we definitely will. We used Gravenstein apples and this applesauce turned out so yummy!!! It wasn't very hard at all. You just have to peel and of course core the apples...quarter them up and put them in a big pot on the stove. Don't turn the heat up too high...the sugar content in the apples will cause them to burn if you try to cook them too quickly. Take them out of the pot to cool....add sugar/splenda to taste and cinnamon if you desire...it tastes the best with it! We also made ours kinda chunky...we both like the chunks of apple in it. Once it's cooled and you get it into containers just pop it in the freezer and take it out as you need it....ENJOY! I know we are!!!