Applesauce, Baby (Or Baby Applesauce)

Is there anything more autumnal than picking apples? (how’s that vocabulary for ya?!)  My husband and I have made it a yearly tradition since we were dating, and now love involving our little girls in the event!  Clara had a blast this year: throwing fruit, destroying fallen limbs and climbing on her Daddy’s shoulders.  Sweet Little Ruby was still a tad too tiny to enjoy the day, so I made her some delicious homemade applesauce so she could get in on the action!

Baby Applesauce

1. Pick Apples on a beautiful fall morning

2. Take apples home and wash them, cut them up and put them in the adorable Dutch Oven pot your mom got you for Christmas a few years ago. (I LOVE this thing)  I left the skins on because that’s where all the nutrients are for my Roobs!

3. Add enough water to  cover half the apples and a dash of cinnamon.

4. Simmer for about 30 minutes, then puree.

5. Freeze in ice cube trays and little babies will love it!

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October 30, 2012. Family Life, Recipes.

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