I received this complimentary Gevalia Traditional Roast coffee from PINCHme to test and review. Being a huge coffee lover, I was thrilled to be apart of this. Unfortunately, the sample that I received expired September 14, 2014 (one month ago). The sample is supposed to be enough to make 4 cups of coffee.
It smells like fall in my house 🙂 I finally have almost all of our Halloween decorations up and I have been busy in the kitchen on my study breaks.
I recently made a trip to my local grocery store and picked up a bag of day old apples for $1.99. It contained a mixture of Washington, Gala, and Golden Delicious apples. I decided I’d give homemade applesauce a go. After spending some time researching, I decided to use the crock pot because I could let it sit and not have to worry about it while I was busy with my daughter and school work. I cooked the applesauce yesterday, pureed it in my food processor this morning, and my daughter and I have been snacking on it since. It turned out amazing! I don’t think I’ll ever purchase store bought applesauce again. It makes a good amount, so you can even freeze it if you don’t think you’ll go through it fast enough.
With so many apples sitting around, waiting to spoil, I made a batch of apple chips along with the applesauce. Yum!
Here’s what you’ll need for the applesauce.
Now that I have finished this project, I really wish I had taken photos of each step. This was so simple, I’m not sure you really need the photos? I already had everything laying around to make this, so there were no trips to the store for me.