Homemade apple sauce is brilliantly easy. Make apple sauce for roast pork or enjoy just on its own in a bowl for one of your five a day. Find apple sauce recipes here, as well as ways to use your homemade apple sauce in the kitchen.
Just a plain and simple apple purée to serve with roast pork, or to use as a filling for pastries. Also lovely on top of yoghurt or ice cream.
An easy apple cake, that requires very little prep time. The cake is moist, lightly spiced and dotted with raisins and walnuts. Serve for afternoon tea, elevenses or pop into packed lunches.
An unbelievably moist chocolate cake, thanks to the sneaky addition of apple sauce. Using apple sauce means there's less butter in the recipe, but the cake is still rich and moist and you don't taste any apple. Each serving is only around 6.5g of fat. You can also sprinkle about 100g of chopped walnuts over the top of the cake, which is delicious!
Serve with roast pork, gammon and goose, grilled sausages and bacon.
Roughly cut up ANY apples you have, add water and sugar to taste, then pop in the microwave. Perfect! Could not be easier.
Apple sauce is great for making moist, delicious cakes like this one! The flavour improves after a day or so. Store in an airtight container for best results.
These cake bars are incredibly easy to make and taste fantastic. They are moist, cinnamon-spiced and packed full of raisins and walnuts.
This recipe takes advantage of the successful marriage of flavours between pork and apples. Pork fillet is served with a succulent apple and white wine sauce. You can also try this recipe with chicken.
Bottling apple sauce is relatively easy and a great project when there's a bumper crop of local apples. Nothing compares to homemade apple sauce!
Easy-to-make bread for your bread machine that is delicious toasted. A hint of apple sauce and cinnamon make for a lovely bread, but it isn't overly sweet.