Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Flower Girl's Applesauce

For the last 2 years I have blogged about Flower Girl and her famous applesauce. It was fun to go back and look her in 2008 and 2009 and marvel over how she has grown. So I will carry on the tradition and document her creations as long as she continues to do so.
I chuckled looking back at these pictures because this apple (FG) didn't fall far from the tree.

Although I do not remember being so animated at her young age.

I was in my prime by age 16

Which leads me to wonder what I will be in for when she hits 16.

I have faith that she'll be good kid.
Please God, no pay backs for how I behaved!

Supplies needed: apples, honey, cinnamon & a crock pot. See previous posts (above 08' & 09') for exact measurements.


Little Messy Missy said...

Very sweet! I start on apples tomorrow. I would love the recipe.

Vegetable Garden Cook said...

I have one of those gadgets. Aren't they awesome!

stacey said...

I have clearly been living under a rock (or on top of an inaccessible mountain). I've been using a knife to peel apples. A KNIFE! As you might imagine, my expressions couldn't be farther from those of your gal. This thing looks amazing.

Mandie said...

After she made it last year and you put the recipe on your blog, I went out and bought some apples and made applesauce. The applesauce was fantastic!

Country Girl said...

LMM 17 apples, 1 cup honey, and 1 T of cinnamon

Amy they are awesome. She got it for her birthday.

Ha, yes Stacey. We lived under a rock up until her birthday.

That is great Mandie. Glad you liked it!

Susan (neighbor:-) said...

I don't peel my apples for applesauce. Just quarter the apples,cook until soft, and put in the food mill. While the peeler can be fun to use, it removes the vitamin-rich peels from the cooking. Just a thought.....