If you have an apple tree or two, you know how easy it can be to wind up with an abundance of apples! But there is no such thing as an over-abundance or even a "bad crop of apples"; once you learn the beauty of preserves. (And, actually, especially so if you have a bunch that are going soft or are otherwise scabby or bruised.) After you have given away some apples to neighbours and friends, made apple pies, apple chutney, apple butter, apple muffins, apple cider and apple you-name-it ... and even eaten your "apple a day", if you find yourself with left-over apples, don't discount making up a great big batch of applesauce - even if you can't see yourself eating it! Because here are some of the many uses for applesauce ...
Easy to thaw! Simply remove from freezer the night before and defrost in fridge. Or, place jar in a bowl of warm water until thawed enough to remove. You will probably need to stir your applesauce before serving. Not enough sugar? Simply reheat your applesauce with a little extra bit of sugar to taste.
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