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Recipe: Mango Applesauce

This healthy, delicious Mango Applesauce recipe captures the flavors of fall and summer all at the same time! Naturally sweetened no sugar added.

This healthy, delicious Mango Applesauce recipe captures the flavors of fall and summer all at the same time! Naturally sweetened no sugar added. MarlaMeridith.com
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time30 minsTotal Time35 mins
 2 1/2 pounds Apples, cleaned, cored and cut into chunky pieces, keep the skins on (Granny Smith, Pink Lady & Fuji’s are my favorite)
 2 Mangos, cleaned and pitted, skin removed and cut into chunky pieces (You can use frozen Mango too)
 1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
 a squirt of Lemon Juice
 1 cup Water
Sweeteners
 You can add extra sweetness to your applesauce or just leave it alone. A lot of sweetness will be determined up front depending upon what kind of apples you choose and how ripe your mango is. From sweet Pink Lady’s to tart Granny Smith’s, what you work with will determine the overall sweetness. You can use a few different types of apples too. Just taste your applesauce when it is done cooking to see how much more sweeteness you want to add.
 Stevia Drops or Powder
 Maple Syrup
 Agave
 Raw Brown Sugar
 Sucanat
 Raw Honey
1

In a medium saucepan combine apples, mangos, water, lemon juice and vanilla. Bring to a boil and then lower heat to a simmer. Simmer applesauce for about a 1/2 hour, stirring occasionally. Let applesauce cool for a few minutes. With ladle put applesauce in blender or food processor. Puree until desired consistency is reached. Add more water if needed.

Ingredients

 2 1/2 pounds Apples, cleaned, cored and cut into chunky pieces, keep the skins on (Granny Smith, Pink Lady & Fuji’s are my favorite)
 2 Mangos, cleaned and pitted, skin removed and cut into chunky pieces (You can use frozen Mango too)
 1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract
 a squirt of Lemon Juice
 1 cup Water
Sweeteners
 You can add extra sweetness to your applesauce or just leave it alone. A lot of sweetness will be determined up front depending upon what kind of apples you choose and how ripe your mango is. From sweet Pink Lady’s to tart Granny Smith’s, what you work with will determine the overall sweetness. You can use a few different types of apples too. Just taste your applesauce when it is done cooking to see how much more sweeteness you want to add.
 Stevia Drops or Powder
 Maple Syrup
 Agave
 Raw Brown Sugar
 Sucanat
 Raw Honey

Directions

1

In a medium saucepan combine apples, mangos, water, lemon juice and vanilla. Bring to a boil and then lower heat to a simmer. Simmer applesauce for about a 1/2 hour, stirring occasionally. Let applesauce cool for a few minutes. With ladle put applesauce in blender or food processor. Puree until desired consistency is reached. Add more water if needed.

Recipe: Mango Applesauce

~ Marla Meridith

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