2 Ingredient Apple Sauce

This homemade 2 Ingredient Apple Sauce is one of quickest and most easy recipes ever! The is no sugar added which makes it super healthy and it has plenty of uses! My whole family loves it!

This homemade 2 Ingredient Applesauce is one of quickest and most easy recipes ever! The is no sugar added which makes it super healthy and it has plenty of uses! My whole family loves it!

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Apples, you guys! It’s time for apples and I, for one, could not be more excited!

Other parts of the country have certain things that they do amazingly well. Northern California has wine. Georgia rocks the peaches. Washington kills it with the cherries. Here in Western New York, we pump out some pretty incredible apples.

This homemade 2 Ingredient Applesauce is one of quickest and most easy recipes ever! The is no sugar added which makes it super healthy and it has plenty of uses! My whole family loves it!

I mean, they’re tasty all year around. But once the weather cools down and the leaves start changing colors, it is prime apple picking season.

Now we haven’t actually gone apple picking yet, but I have been talking about it to A and she’s starting to get excited to do this. Our market has also been full of the most sweet, gorgeous apples. So we’ve been enjoying our fair share!

This homemade 2 Ingredient Applesauce is one of quickest and most easy recipes ever! The is no sugar added which makes it super healthy and it has plenty of uses! My whole family loves it!

Apple Sauce has become a mainstay in our kitchen. Often we’re lazy and buy the jarred applesauce. I have no other excuse for this. It’s pure laziness.

I’m especially ashamed to admit my level of laziness on the applesauce front because I have the absolute easiest recipe to make it. It takes 20 minutes, minimal effort and just 2 ingredients!

This homemade 2 Ingredient Applesauce is one of quickest and most easy recipes ever! The is no sugar added which makes it super healthy and it has plenty of uses! My whole family loves it!

You know what else I love about it? No sugar added. Now hopefully I haven’t lost those of you with a sweet tooth. Hear me out.

Apples are one of those fruits with a very high sugar content. That’s actually how Manhattan got it’s nickname The Big Apple. Because apples have tons of sugar in them and Manhattan has tons of money in it (I learned that fun fact many, many moons ago on one of these Circle Line Cruises around the island and it stuck with me!).

This homemade 2 Ingredient Applesauce is one of quickest and most easy recipes ever! The is no sugar added which makes it super healthy and it has plenty of uses! My whole family loves it!

With this in mind, I willsay it again: no sugar added. Frankly, there’s no need. That being said, once in a while I will throw some cinnamon on top, but I’m letting that be an optional ingredient since not everyone loves cinnamon.

This apple sauce makes an incredibly refreshing side dish or dessert. It goes along beautiful with any meal of the day. I’m particularly fond of serving it with pork chops or with potato pancakes.

This homemade 2 Ingredient Applesauce is one of quickest and most easy recipes ever! The is no sugar added which makes it super healthy and it has plenty of uses! My whole family loves it!

It’s also a great way to use up all those extra apples when you get a little overzealous on that apple picking excursion (Who, me? Never!).

It freezes beautifully. It tastes delicious warmed up or cold. It’s comfort food for kids as well as adults. And best of all, it’s insanely easy to make and very healthy!

This homemade 2 Ingredient Applesauce is one of quickest and most easy recipes ever! The is no sugar added which makes it super healthy and it has plenty of uses! My whole family loves it!

Other great fall foods are:

No Bake Pumpkin Cheesecake Mini Pies

3 Ingredient Slow Cooker Pork Chops

Pumpkin Spice Latte Cake

Helpful tools:

Immersion blender

2 Ingredient Apple Sauce

This homemade 2 Ingredient Applesauce is one of quickest and most easy recipes ever! The is no sugar added which makes it super healthy and it has plenty of uses! My whole family loves it!

5 minPrep Time

15 minCook Time

20 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 8-10 medium apples, peeled and cored (I used Cortland but feel free to use whatever variety you most enjoy)
  • 1/4-1/2 cup of water
  • Ground cinnamon (optional)

Instructions

  1. Cut the apples into quarters and slice them as thinly as possible (the thinner they are, the quicker they cook down).
  2. Place them into a pot along with 1/4 cup of water (keep an eye on it and if you feel it's not enough you could always add an additional 1/4 cup of water. The key is you don't want it to be too watery).
  3. Bring it to a boil and then reduce the heat to medium low. Simmer, stirring frequently for around 15 minutes or until the apples are soft and beginning to break down.
  4. Use and immersion blender to blend the apples. You can do then smooth or chunk, depending on your taste.
  5. Sprinkle with Cinnamon if you'd like and enjoy!
Cuisine: American, Holiday, Thanksgiving, Fall | Recipe Type: Side dish, Dessert

Notes

You can alter this recipe for as many or as few apples as you have This keeps well for a couple of weeks in the refrigerator and also freezes beautifully.

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    CJ @ Morsels of Life
    October 6, 2016 at 2:01 pm Your applesauce looks great! Mine always turns out a bit brownish. You're right - no sugar sounds like no sweetness, but this applesauce always turns out sweeter than expected. :) CJ @ Morsels of Life recently posted...Chai Tea BreadMy Profile
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      Jessy
      October 6, 2016 at 2:20 pm Thank you! I wonder if the brownish has to do with the the type of apple? Maybe certain varieties go through the oxidation process quicker? I can't confirm this since I'm no expert in the science of food. I used Cortland and when they got into the pan they had not yet started browning. :)

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