Apple Sauce with Ginger & Pumpkin Spices

 One of my favorite delicacies with apples (after Dutch Apple Pie) is apple sauce. Especially when it's ice cold and there's fresh ginger and pumpkin spices in it. Today I found a couple of apples in my fruit bowl that were starting to get some wrinkles so it was about time to eat them or to use them for something else, so I made apple sauce.

What you need

4 apples

50cc water

ginger and/or pumpkin spices, if you like

What to do

Peel the apples and remove the core

Cut the apples in little pieces

Bring to a boil with the water

Let cook for about ten minutes at medium heat

Add ginger and spices and mash all ingredients

Let cool off in the fridge

Eat ice cold


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  1. Such a simple recipe! Looks delicious, I'll give it a try ��

  2. As I love apple sauce, I will try your alternative#anythinggoes@_karendennis

  3. I have never attempted to make homemade apple sauce but it is delicious when I have tried it from others. Thanks for sharing this easy recipe. #HomeMattersParty

  4. This recipe sounds so delicious! You had me at the ginger and apple combo, but add pumpkin spices too - yes please!

  5. Sounds amazing, I can just imagine the wonderful aroma. Thank you for sharing on the Classy Flamingos party. You've been PINKED!


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