>> Thursday, September 25, 2014
My favorite time of year also features some of my favorite foods. From pumpkin to squash to apples, I spend a lot of time in my kitchen simmering + baking foods that are both healthy and comforting. I’ll be sharing a bunch of new recipes in the coming weeks, but wanted to rewind to some of our best recipes from the past.
Let’s get to it!
If you go apple picking or purchase a huge load of apples and plan to make applesauce in bulk, freezing is easy!
- Let your applesauce cool completely. You may even wish to place it in the refrigerator overnight.
- Portion into freezer bags or Ball jars. We’re eliminating plastics from our kitchen, which is why I switched to glass. Important: Leave an inch or two of headspace for expansion!
- Cover and freeze for 6 months to 1 year. Stays good longer if you have a deep freeze or dedicated upright.
And have you tried any of the ones above?
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