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Why Homemade Applesauce is So Worth It

Why Homemade Applesauce is So Worth It


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It’s better for you and more delicious than store-bought applesauce

Admit it, you're craving some homemade applesauce right now.

It's cheap. Individual servings of applesauce cost about $3.49 for six four-ounce cups, while a three-pound bag of apples costs $7.99 this time of year (that’s enough to make more than 2½ quarts of applesauce).

(Credit: flickr/liz west)

It's easy. Seriously, all you need are apples and you're ready to make some homemade applesauce. Chop them up (leave the skin on for a rustic, pink version with extra fiber) and toss them in a pot with a bit of water and some lemon juice. Cook them until soft, and then mash with a potato masher.

(Credit: flickr/migle)

You know what's in it. "Natural" applesauce is the best kind, but it’s often more expensive than the regular stuff that has all kinds of extra, unnecessary ingredients.

(Credit: flickr/mike mozart)

It's better for you. This benefit is along the same lines as knowing what's in your food. Fresh apples are deliciously sweet. Sure, you can add some spices or a bit of sugar to boost the flavor, but plain applesauce is a treat on its own.

(Credit: flickr/Stacy Spensley)

It's delicious. You'll only know if you try.

(Credit: flickr/Kirsten Jennings)

Julie Ruggirell is the Recipe Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @TDMRecipeEditor.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.


Applesauce: How to make applesauce, easily! (home canning with simple directions, recipe, and with photos for each step)

You think making and canning your own homemade applesauce is difficult or expensive? Not at all! Here's how to do it, complete instructions in easy steps and completely illustrated. The applesauce will taste much, MUCH better than anything you've ever had from a store, and by selecting the right apples, it will be so naturally-sweet that you won't need to add any sugar at all. Plus, there is no need for any additives, preservatives or chemicals.

Prepared this way, the applesauce jars have a shelf life at room temperature of 2 to 3 years, and require no special attention. And of course, you can freeze the applesauce instead (it keeps indefinitely in a good freezer).

I learned years ago how to make jam and applesauce watching my mother and grandmother when I was a child. My grandmother and mother always made it, and now if I want it, I've got to make it myself (funny how that growing up stuff works?)

UPDATE for Fall 2019: the plentiful rain in many apple-growing regions resulted in the apple crop being about bigger higher (see this page for details), so prices should be the same as last year. Advice: check our apple varieties chart to see when your favorite varieties will be ripe,and call your local orchard to confirm, so you don't miss them!

And here's how you can (or in the UK, "bottle") it too. If you don't want to can the applesauce, but just want some fresh for a meal or you don't have any food mill, food sieve, etc. see how to make applesauce for a meal (not bottling it) with NO special equipment. And once you've made the apple sauce, why not take some of it and make apple butter? You can even make sugar-free apple butter! If you'd rather make pear sauce, see this page! Finally, if you want to make chuncky applesauce, see this page.



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