Grandma’s Raw Apple Sauce

04/25/2012

Raw Desserts, Raw Snacks

 

This is a superbly simple and refreshing treat for warm summer days. My Grandmother showed me how to make it a few years ago, and it’s a daily favorite now!

Raw apple sauce is easy to make and tastes just as good as the store bought version (maybe even better)! Whatever apples you choose to use are blended into a smooth sauce bursting with flavor and nutrition. And the ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is great for your health while also maintaining the fresh taste and light color of the apples.

Raw apples are simply loaded with incredible nutrients!!!  Many people claim that eating apples may help with countless health problems. Including, asthma, alzheimer’s, high cholesterol, cancer, diabetes, and weight gain!


Besides the Vitamin C that is naturally in apples, the added ascorbic acid in this raw apple sauce gives a good boost for overall body health. It has been known to lower blood pressure, and sometimes lessen the probability of hypertension. It can also help protect your body from infection and maintain healthy bones and teeth, as well as quicken the body’s ability to repair wounds. The unpleasant effects of the common cold, such as a stuffy nose, aches and inflammation, may also be reduced by a regular intake of Vitamin C.

I never get tired of this deliciously fresh way to promote great health. Hope you (and your kids) enjoy it too!!!  🙂

Raw Apple Sauce

4  to 6   of your favorite med/large organic apples 

1/2 tsp.   ascorbic acid (vitamin C)

1 tsp.   raw honey (if apples are tart)

1/2 tsp.  cinnamon (optional)

Core the apples and peel if desired. Place with other ingredients in your Vita-mix or high powered blender, blend until smooth!

About Holly

Holly lives on a small farm in Virginia, raises exotic cats and works at a health food store. She loves God and all kinds of people and animals too. She has seen tremendous benefits from eating raw foods and trying to live a healthy lifestyle and hopes to help others do the same. She and her husband Doug, have 4 goats, 6 cats, 2 dogs, 3 chickens and 23 guinea fowl.

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