Friday, October 13, 2006

Taute Cuisine 2

My mom used to make homemade applesauce every year with the fall harvest. Her recipe is a bit of an ordeal, and requires running the apples through a food mill. She left skins on to give it a pink color, and added quite a bit of sugar. Still it tasted fresh and amazing compared to the jar variety.

Below is my easier, healthier, lower sugar, recipe.

Apple-Cider-Sauce
Looking for this recipe? It will be part of an upcoming book co-authored with Ali at Cleaner Plate Club.

2 comments:

modest clothing said...

I'm waiting for the book that you have. It's still not in the bookstore.

Beth said...

We're in the editing and layout process now! Thanks. Fall 2010 is the estimated time frame!