Top Rated Applesauce Recipes

Parfaits work well as a breakfast, snack, or dessert and the sky is your limit when it comes to choosing ingredients to layer. If you're looking for the taste of apple pie without the calories, then this applesauce parfait recipe is for you! 
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As we transition into fall season, apples are a popular fruit for the fall. Make these apple cinnamon turnovers for a crisp fall flavor. See more recipes at tasteofhome.com.   Click here for 8 Fall Apple Recipes              
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Applesauce. Good. Salsa. Good. Applesauce salsa? Great! Although you can use homemade applesauce, store-bought, chunky applesauce makes this recipe easy to recreate. There's nothing wrong with traditional tomato based salsas. However, applesauce salsa delivers an exciting alternative. The sweet and tangy flavor profile pairs well with dishes like pork tostadas or roast.  
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Cinnamon-Cherry Applesauce
As a young child, my first word, before "mom," "dad," or even "dog," was "apple." I had a thing for apple juice, or "appie juice," as I called it, and this passion for apples has followed me as I've grown up. For some, macaroni and cheese or shepherd's pie is considered to be comfort food. Not for me — applesauce is my food fix of choice. Served alone, still warm, with a garnish of cinnamon, is my favorite way to enjoy this seasonal treat. But, I've served it atop a scoop of vanilla ice cream, garnished with oatmeal cookie crumbs for an impromptu fruit crisp, even layering it in cookie bars and pies — or with a healthy scoop of melted peanut butter. While I left the skin on for added texture, it isn't required. Click here to see the 8 Ways to Use Apple Other Than Pie story.
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I call this my "firecracker" applesauce because it has a little bit of kick to it from the serrano chiles. 
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This cake martini recipe is the answer to a parent's long day. Chances are if you have a small child, you may have applesauce at home. You can easily transform junior's snack into a delicious adult beverage with the addition of cake flavored vodka and rum to the applesauce! Feeling fancy? Get creative with garnishes. A cinnamon stick makes a great drink stirrer as does an apple slice perched on the rim of the glass. Cheers!
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Single-Serving Brownie Cupcake
Just as good as making a whole batch of brownies but without the leftover temptation! Try this single-serving cupcake on for size; you won't feel guilty afterwards.
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Add a little zip to your holiday stuffing this year with Craisins and applesauce. You can make this stuffing a day in advance and bake it half an hour before dinner is served. Click here to see The Ultimate Thanksgiving Countdown: Getting Saucy.
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Applesauce Ice Pops
Nothing says summer like ice pops. Flavors are limitless. If it can be frozen, it be an ice pop! Applesauce ice pops are good snacks for both children and adults. Pureéd applesauces work best and can be thinned out with water making for a consistency more suitable for freezing. Children love this snack because it puts the familiar, applesauce, on a stick! Adults will love this, too, particularly with the addition of chopped herbs like mint or rosamary for a grown-up spin on a childhood favorite. 
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Roast Pork
You can’t have crackling without the pig skin, but sadly it has become quite difficult to buy a piece of pork with the rind still intact to make delicious crackling. It needs to be ordered ahead from the butcher, so do your bit and insist on getting it so that this essential part of the enjoyment of roast pork does not die out! Check out these Lessons in Irish Cooking.  Click here for more pork recipes.
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This store-bought staple is a totally unnecessary purchase. After all, it is so easy to make at home, and is guaranteed to be a lot healthier that way than anything you’ll find on the shelf. Plus, this slow cooker recipe is great for making in bulk and storing for a fresh, delicious side you can enjoy warm or cold.—  Shelby Kinnaird Click here for more recipes from the Diabetic Foodie.Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow Cooker Recipes
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