Homemade Apple Sauce & 12 Other Apple Recipes

Homemade Cinnamon Apple Sauce

I won’t lie, the cool weather this weekend really got me in the mood for fall. This is Texas though, that weather was only temporary and it will be back up to 90 degrees today and for the rest of this week. I just have to keep reminding myself that when it’s 20 degrees everywhere else, it will feel like fall in Texas. The mild “winter” weather is one of the things I love most about Texas. But, back to this weekend and the fallness:)

Saturday morning I woke up and let Sophie out in the backyard, I couldn’t believe how cold it was for the middle of September. I was in the fall mood, so I threw on a cute fall outfit, grabbed my grocery list, and headed off to Starbucks. I’m not a hot coffee person (Iced coffee all the way), so I ordered my usual Hot Chocolate (non-fat, no whip, extra hot) and wandered next door to HEB. You could feel it in the air, despite the rain, everyone was excited for this weather. My first fall meal of the year is almost always the same, beef stew and apple sauce. Delicious comfort food that makes your entire house smell like a fall heaven.

Homemade Apple Sauce


  • Apples
  • Cinnamon
  • Brown Sugar
  • Granulated Sugar
  • Lemon juice

Cinnamon Apple Sauce

Apple Sauce From Scratch


  1. Core the apples and then slice them into 8 equal pieces. Cut those pieces in half.
  2. Put the apples into a saucepan with 1/2 a cup of water and half of a lemon’s worth of juice. Stir the apples to coat them all with the lemon and water.
  3. Let the apples simmer, covered for about 8 minutes.
  4. Add 1/4 cup of brown sugar and 1/4 cup of sugar. Stir.
  5. Add cinnamon to your liking. I don’t use measurements for this one, so you’ll have to bear with me:) I just shake that shaker a few times until my kitchen smells of cinnamon and apples! Haha!
  6. Let the apples cook, uncovered for another 10-15 minutes, or until all of the water is gone. I like to smash the apples with my stirring spoon as I go to give it a little bit more of an apple sauce consistency.


  • If you prefer not to have skins in your apple sauce, just peel them at the beginning before cooking. You will need to cook the apples for less time without the skins in order to get a chunkier apple sauce.
  • If you prefer a less chunky apple sauce, just cook it longer and they will mush us more. It is easier to acquire a less chunky consistency with no skins.

13 Apple Recipes

Since apple recipes make me crave fall, and I want to torture as many people as I can in to craving fall as well, I’m going to share a few really good ones from across the internet that I found! Hehe, I’m not evil I swear! I have to say, I may need to make some apple waffles for breakfast next weekend and that apple dip would be awesome with some cinnamon chips for a fall get together with friends:)

Apple Recipes for fall

Caramel Apple Bundt Cake  //  Caramel Apple Cupcakes  //  Apple Pie Stuffed Waffles  //  Caramel Apple Snickers Salad  //  Hot Apple Cider  //  Glazed Apple Turnovers  //  Apple Nachos  //  Apple Pie Dip  //  Apple Crisp Fries  //  Apple Pork Loin  //  Apple Butter Cinnamon Rolls  // Caramel Apple Crumble  //  Homemade Apple Sauce

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Caramel Apple Crumble

Hi Lovelies!

Today I am going to share my recipe for Caramel Apple Crumble with you. I found it online somewhere last fall and have made it a few times since. Let me just tell you….you will die! It is SO good!

Caramel Apple Crumble

Caramel Apple Crumble

Caramel Apple Crumble


  • 2 apples (whichever kind you like) cored and sliced
  • Brown sugar
  • Butter
  • Ground cinnamon
  • Water
  • Graham crackers
  • Vanilla ice cream
  • Caramel sauce


      1. Preheat the oven to 350°F.
      2. Put the apples, 2 tablespoons of brown sugar, 1 teapsoon cinnamon, 2 tablespoons on butter, and 1/2 a cup of water into a saucepan.
      3. Let the mix boil, and then turn down the heat to let it simmer.
      4. While the apples are cooking, crunch up 1 package of graham crackers (I use cinnamon flavor) and place into a bowl.
      5. Melt 4 tablespoons of butter and pour it over the graham crackers.
      6. Add 1 teaspoon of cinnamon and 2 tablespoons of brown sugar to the cracker and butter mix. Stir until butter coats everything.
      7. Once apples are soft, pour them in to an oven safe casserole dish and pour the graham cracker mix over top.
      8. Let cook in oven until top starts to brown.
      9. Spoon out into dishes and top with ice cream and caramel sauce.

I would definitely recommend making this when you have a few people to feed, otherwise you might end up eating the ENTIRE thing. This version feeds about 3 people, but you can easily double or triple it for more people.


Until tomorrow…

xox Megan

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