This is a really quick uncooked applesauce recipe that will come in handy for a number of culinary arts. The best thing about this applesauce is that it’s raw, meaning all the nutrients are maintained and not boiled out like most of the store brought ones.
As of lately I’ve been dabbling with various baking treats and incorporating apple puree. What I’ve found is that applesauce can be used in place of unsaturated fats and sugars. I won’t share my results with you all just yet because I’m still in the trial and error stages and want to ensure that anything I share is perfected and foolproof I digress.
To make this fibrous applesauce, you don’t need to do anything other than core and quarter the apples plus add the extras. The skin is packed with fibre which is good for the bowels and blends in it’s entirely, so there’s no need to be overly concerned about removal.
The uncooked applesauce recipe
3 granny smith apples, cored and quartered
A squeeze of lemon (or 1tbsp of organic apple cider vinegar)
2 pitted dates
1tsp of cinnamon
Add all of the ingredients to blender and pulse on high speed until pureed.
- 3 granny smith apples, cored and quartered
- A squeeze of lemon (or 1tsbp of organic apple cider vinegar)
- 3 pitted dates
- 1tsp of cinnamon
- Add all of the ingredients to blender and pulse on high speed until pureed.