Maybe it’s because my mom used to make homemade applesauce for us when we were little, but I much prefer this to store-bought.It’s quick to put together and yields delicious results.For today's inspiration, a simple reminder from Thich Nhat Hanh to smile–breathe–and–go–slowly–🙂
- 4 Pink lady, ambrosia, or any other apples to your liking
- Margarine to grease the pan
- A dash of cinnamon or a splash of maple syrup (optional)
- Wash, peel, and chop the apples up into bite-sized pieces.
- Spread the apples out in a greased 8×8″ baking dish, then top with the maple syrup or cinnamon, if using.
- Cover with aluminum foil and bake at 400F for 45 minutes until apples are tender.
- Mash with a potato masher to your desired level of chunkiness.
- Enjoy warm or keep in the fridge for a sweet cool treat.
Did you make this? Please let me know by tagging @maitricooks on Instagram and leave a rating in the comments below. Happy cooking, and lots of love!
7 thoughts on “Two-Ingredient Applesauce (plant-based, gluten-free)”
Instagram comment from @sunnyfarmhouse: Homemade applesauce is the best! 🍎🍎
The best, healthiest snack!
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Facebook comment! Becca says: Yup, I just chop in 4ths and throw the whole apple in. Then I boil with a bit of water and and instant FLAVOR! I put in vitamix on 5 after finished. Just a thought! 🙂
Facebook comment! Barbera says: You can also make it on the stove top with a little water. Cinnamon when cooked.
Twitter comment! @jjwalsh says: great idea!