Chunky, Cinnful Homemade Applesauce

Chunky, Cinnful Homemade Applesauce

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,
Choose healthy!

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