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Crock-Pot Apple Sauce

So simple, even a 6 year old can do it. I bring about a tablespoon or two to work everyday with me for an after lunch palate cleanse. This lagniappe satisfies my sweet tooth with out sending me into a junk-food-vegan relapse, and I never feel guilty for indulging myself with a few spoonfuls because this sweet dish is under a 100 calories per serving. Take that vegan junk food! VegKid and I guarantee once you try this, you'll never go back to those gross applesauce cups with the tin foil tops.

One delish variation: use 5 apples and 5 pears. Something about the mix is heavenly. I incorporate pears in my applesauce anytime I have some handy. 

10 apples
1/2 c apple juice
1/2 tbsp stevia
1 tsp cinnamon
  1. Peel, core and slice your apples; then throw them in the crock pot.
  2. I took 2 small apples and ran them through my juicer to get the juice. Do that or use store bought (doesn't matter) and give your apple slices a bath in it.
  3. Sprinkle the apples with a little cinnamon and sugar and let them hang out for about 8 hours on low.
  4. When they are ready, the apples will get super mushy (which equals delish!). At that point, just use your potato masher to help them out a bit. You can eat this warm, room temp, or cold. It's good anyway you slice it.


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