Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Homemade Apple Sauce with Crumb Topping


21 large apples I use Fuji and Gala Apples



2 cups water

½ cup brown sugar

2 teaspoons vanilla

1 teaspoon cinnamon


Peel all the apples and core them. Once you have them all peeled and cored cut the apples up into small chunks. Place the apples in a large pot, add water, brown sugar, vanilla, and cinnamon. Cook on medium heat with a cover. Once apples are soft about 20 minutes use a potato masher and mash the apples in the pot. Uncover and cook down until most of the juice is gone. Let cool and place in mason jars or container with lid. Keep refrigerated.



Crumb Toping

½ stick soft butter

½ cup flour

½ cup oats

½ cup brown sugar


Smash in the flour, brown sugar and oats into the butter using a fork. Keep mixing until it become crumbly. You might have to add flour.


5 comments:

kari jasus said...

YUMMY!! i just bought a ton of apples from our winter's farmers market....i think i will make this.
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Family Fashion and Facts said...

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Patricia said...

I love it. I'm trying it as soon I can. Following you from blog hop!

Axiomom said...

I don't know why anyone would buy applesauce, when they can make it. No comparison! The crumble topping looks DELISH! Thank you for sharing!