Mmmmmmmm, Autumn! Pumpkins, cinnamon, oranges and yellows. And APPLES! So many apples. What to do with them all? Especially if you have some that aren’t as crisp and juicy as you’d like for eating? Make applesauce! Applesauce is suuuuuper easy to make. Just take 5 or more apples, peel them, slice them into bite-sized pieces, put them in a saucepan with a little bit of water, sugar, and cinnamon (optional). Bring to a boil, then reduce to a simmer. Stir often and mash them up with the back of the spoon or a potato masher. Let it cool, then transfer it to a jar- it will keep for about a week. I put it into oatmeal in the morning. Yum! What do you do with applesauce besides eat it plain?