The kitchen is my playground. This fall I’ve been whipping up pumpkin pies, cupcakes, pumpkin muffins and a few batches of the most amazing applesauce.
Why is it so great? Because it’s simple and healthy! (And it reminds me of apple pie filling. Who doesn’t love pie?)
I don’t add any refined white sugar, corn syrup or food coloring to my homemade applesauce. The red fruit skins and seasoning give it a natural hint of color.
And the taste? It’s so fresh and minimally processed, unlike most applesauce you buy at the grocery store. If you use apples from a visit to the local orchard or farmer’s market, your applesauce will taste a million times better.
Recently I shared my favorite chunky applesauce recipe on the Tom’s of Maine Good Matters blog. You can see it HERE.
Happy fall cooking and baking to you!
Until next time,