You guys I am in love! It's true I have fallen madly deeply in love with this homemade Crockpot Applesauce Recipe! I could happily enjoy this on a daily basis for the rest of the week if not the year. It is so dang good!
I had plans to freeze a bunch of this for winter when apples are not in season but I have to admit that didn't happen. This crockpot cinnamon applesauce was so good that it quickly disappeared!
I am going to have to make up a huge batch of this when no one else is home or around to steal it!
Our neighbor Patti came over to visit and quickly enjoyed a giant bowl of this Crock Pot Cinnamon Applesauce. She even took a few containers home with her. She told me she is now the official taste tester for any applesauce recipes I decide to make.
This slow cooker homemade applesauce recipe is honestly ridiculously easy! The hardest part of this vegetarian slow cooker recipe is having to peel and core the store bought apples.
Crock Pot Cinnamon Applesauce Recipe
- Apples - You can use Granny Smith, Golden Delicious, or any sweet apple variety you love.
- Brown sugar
Crockpot - We suggest using a crockpot that has a digital timer that automatically switches the slow cooker to warm after a set amount of time. This helps make sure your dinner cooks perfectly and you don't have to stress about what time it is going to be done.
Apple Peeler - You will want to use a comfortable apple peeler to peel all of the apples.
Apple Corer - I really want this apple corer that has an easy release handle so you don't have to try and shove the apple cores back through.
Hand Mixer - I used our KitchenAid Hand mixer to get the consistency I wanted. You can also use an Immersion Blender.
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Crockpot Applesauce Recipe
- Peel, core and cut into chunks your favorite apples and place them in the crock pot.
- Sprinkle with brown sugar and cinnamon, add in the water, stir to combine
- Cook on low for 8 hours, mash until you get the consistency you want
- Allow to cool and then store in freezer containers.
Recipe originally shared on July 20, 2015. Updated on April 10, 2020