I found this recipe on PaleoCupboard.com (link here). I modified it just a tiny bit by adding some nutmeg alongside the cinnamon. Paleo applesauce is dangerously good. I originally made it to go in the paleo chocolate and rainier cherry muffins (link here). Without further ado, let's get into it!
-4 to 8 Organic Apples (I like to keep the peels on. Your choice).
|A variety of organic apples.|
-2 Tablespoons (which is 6 Tea-spoons) Natural (Raw) Honey
-3/4 Cup Water
-Spoon or other stirring device
-Apple slicer (so helpful I can't even begin to tell you...one of my favorite kitchen gadgets for under $5)
|Why I love my apple slicer. Makes eating anything round with a core that much easier!|
1. Prepare your cooking area. For me this meant braking out ol' faithful (my wooden cutting board), getting a knife out, and taking the apples and honey out of the fridge.
|Anna's Natural Creamed Honey, ol' faithful, and seven organic apples of various varieties.|
|Chopped apples w/ honey and 3/4-cup water.|
|Everything together on the stove-top.|
|Parting the sea of apples to check if it's boiling yet.|
|Cookin' up those apples.|
|Mash 'em. Mash 'em good.|
|The end result! I can't wait to go home and try some...End work! End!|
Until the next post fellow Paleo adventurer,
The Simple Paleo Cook