Make it In a Microwave: Apple Sauce

Fall is a beautiful and nostalgic season. Leaves are falling, people are preparing for the holidays, and of course, apples are in season.

One of the best things to make with the apples is of course, Apple sauce. Most recipes call you to peel several pounds of apples, cut then all up into bits, boil for several  minutes, and it’s just a big mess.

This recipe makes things easier by taking traditional recipes, condensing them down to a single serving size, and utilizing the microwave. This way those without a full kitchen (or college kids who have a few apples they grabbed from the dining hall)can still participate in fall festivities.


2 apples

1/4 c water

.5tbs cinnamon


1. Wash apples. Peel if desired.20161011_200606.jpg

2.  Cut apples into small pieces 20161010_081239.jpg

3. Place slices in bowl. Add water and cinnamon.

4. Mix all ingredients then microwave for 2 minutes.

5. Check apple pieces. If they are squishy and not crunchy, they are done.

6. Take a potato masher, bottom of a cup, or what ever you have, mashe the apple slices until the desired consistency.

7. Enjoy warm or chill for later.20161011_195427.jpg


Published by Modern Food Explorer

Hi! Welcome to my site. I created this to share my recipes ive come up with. I love being active, and eating as healthy as possible, However I dont like how people say healthy is supposed to taste. So I spend a lot of time putting together recipes that satisfy my sweet tooth as well as my body's needs. In my free time I love to go hiking, draw, listen to music, as well as arts and crafts. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me! Sincerely, The Ginger

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