This crock-pot applesauce recipe is one of the simplest food prep recipe you can find! It makes for a healthy and kid-friendly snack to have on hand when you need it.
Updated pictures from an old favorite recipe!
I’ve got a super easy recipe for y’all, which is a snack I created for the sugar free challenge. I’ve wanted to make crockpot applesauce for a while now, just never got around to it. You can google lots of recipes and they are all basically the same, but some of them use 1/2 cup or more of sugar. Whoa.
This strikes me as crazy, because it definitely does not need it. I quite frankly think it would be overkill. So, use this much healthier crockpot applesauce recipe instead!
Once again, the crockpot nails it. Such little effort for a delicious treat. That’s not even really a ‘treat,’ since it’s pretty healthy. You can also easily double or triple this recipe.
- 4 Gala apples
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1 tablespoon natural honey (optional)
- Peel apples, and dice into ½ inch pieces.
- Add apples to crockpot along with the rest of the ingredients.
- Cook for about 3 hours on high.
- Mash apples with a fork. I left some pieces larger to give it a chunky texture.
- Eat it warm! It tastes awesome.
Courses Healthy Snacks
So, let me give you some ideas on how to use this applesauce! You can…
Put it in yogurt, as shown.
Add it to smoothies with vanilla protein powder.
Let it fly solo.
Put it in cookies. Maybe?
Put it in brownies!
Put it in muffins!!
You will never want to buy store bought applesauce again. Ever.