Typically, I make crockpot applesauce in the fall; however, there’s an abundance of apples in the house and making applesauce is easy, delicious & makes the house smell amazing.


– Apples (they all work!) – 6+ medium apples

– Brown sugar – 1/2 cup

– Cinnamon – 1/2 T.

– Water – 1/2 cup


1. Cut your apples into small pieces. Peeling is optional, but the little ones seem to like it better without.

2. Place the pieces into your crockpot and set the crockpot to high.

3. Add 1/2 c. water, 1/2 c. brown sugar & 1/2 t. cinnamon. Be sure to sprinkle across the top.

Cover and cook for 4 hours.

5. Stir until desired thickness.

Decide to eat while it’s warm, or let it cool to store in a container for later.

There are so many options with homemade applesauce. There are ways to make this sugar-free or add ice cream and cool whip (think apple pie insides!)

I wasn’t sure how many of the small, green Granny Smith apples ended up in today’s recipe (10?), because I had several kids coming over to eat the apple pieces.

)You will be shocked at how many apples are used and how little they make.)

This was very popular, and I almost missed a photo (and serving) of the final result.

Kids may enjoy red apples a bit more, because the green apples aren’t quite as sweet.


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