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1 Granny Smith apple
1 Braeburn apple
1/3 to 1/2 cup water (as needed)
1. Slice each apple in half and use a melon baller to remove seeds (my easy tip-of-the-day).
2. Cut into 1-2" inch cubes and place in blender, along with about 1/3 cup water.
3. Turn blender on low and wait a minute or two for the apples to start breaking down a little. If it doesn't blend after 2 minutes, add a tablespoon more water and try again.
4. Keep adding water, 1 tablespoon at a time, until it starts to move around (You don't want it too thin! Eww).
5. Once it just starts to go, turn the blender to high and let it run for about 1 minute, until everything is nice and smooth.
6. Pour into 2 serving dishes and enjoy!
KhaasLadki's ThoughtsBy KhaasLadki
An easy and quick applesauce that beats the heck out of store bought. Why do people even buy that stuff? Probably because they haven't made it themselves!
I even switched my SAD sister over to this applesauce and now she won't touch store bought to save her life! ;-)
Hope you like it.
Oh, just want to mention that I always leave my apple skins on for added fiber. It doesn't change the color or texture at all!
Note: it may turn a little bit brown, but it'll be good for one day in the fridge if you don't want to eat all of it at once.
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