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I can't believe I haven't reviewed this yet. I love this recipe and have made it a couple of times since discovering it! You can use any apples, so get whatever's on sale. I subbed Stevia for the sugar, but be careful if the apples are sweet already. You won't need as much sweetener. This applesauce also freezes well in portions and is a great topping to pancakes!
We made this for Thanksgiving breakfast with Macintosh apples and added double the cinnamon. Super easy with an apple peeler/corer/slicer. We'll be making again soon!
Simply amazing! It so easy to make and tastes like pie filling. Can't keep my kids away from it long enough to get a few bites for myself. Shared the recipe with with my mom and sister and their reactions were the same. Must try!
We really enjoyed this! I put it on low overnight and had it with cool whip the next morning. Fun! Fall has started for this family!
I made this the other night as we had given to us a lot of fresh apples. It was nice to wake up to the smell in the morning and we used some for breakfast the rest I put in to zip lock bags and freeze for another time, very easy to make and it is a keeper. Now in my OAMC cooiking. Thank you :)
What a lovely apple sauce this recipe makes. Thanks so much for sharing this treat. It was quick and so easy to make. Made exactly as written, using Empire apples, which I did not peel. Perfect amount of sugar, lemon and cinnamon, resulting in a perfect applesauce that we are enjoying very much. The applesauce was slightly tart with a beautiful velvety texture. So far, we have enjoyed it warm with vanilla bean ice cream, chilled over cheesecake bites and as the center piece of the baked german pancake. It was delicious in everything.
Other than using some apple cider in place of some of the water, this was some great applesauce. Very easy, and just as good cold.
This is so easy and so good! It smells yummy too!!
This was lots of liquid in this but was otherwise great. I'd probably take out the water completely next time.
This is a fabulous recipe! If only I had known it was so easy to make applesauce in the crockpot. My mother used to make the best applesauce. She used apples that she called June apples which I can only assume means the apples were picked in June. I love tart applesauce so I used Granny Smith apples and only about a tablespoon of sugar. I added about a 1/2 cup of apple cider in place of the water. Left out the cinnamon due to personal preference.Thanks so much for posting! This will be made many times.