Crockpot Pumpkin Apple Sauce

pulled beef 009Sorry for being very M.I.A I’ve been busy making life choices… Like quitting one job and starting another. Thank the heavens that I’m finally out of that crap hole! It’s kinda like having a pep in my step! Actually probably do. It’s possible I can do some step aerobic moves and call it dancing down the street. I don’t freaking care, It’s fall, my best friend is engaged, and I got a new job. Possibly one of the best offers I’ve gotten. No lying during my interview about liking people. Gritting your teeth and smiling to the person that called you rude name. See you later assholes this girl is outta there!

pulled beef 006Okay sorry, I guess I was rejoicing! Haha, Anyway I had a chance to play with my apple sauce recipe and made it with pumpkin too!

It was very fall-y. I ate it with candied pecans, yogurt, potato pancakes, and on a waffle…. I even saved some for my dad.

Is it weird that I’m think about what to make for Christmas already? I guess it is, but I work in an industry that consumes my life around the holidays. So, I guess it’s not that weird… Can’t I just make everyone a taco this year and give them a PBR? I mean I’d take it but I take most free things. Except maybe an onion.

pulled beef 013And today I just got into American Horror Story. I’m a little late But I didn’t have cable for 3 years so Why get interested when I can’t watch it? Anyhow. “Excuse me you are going to die in there”

Okay really I should go so I can watch this online.

pulled beef 014Mmm…

Crockpot Pumpkin Apple Sauce

inspired by my crockpot apple sauce

 

6 Apples

 

1/4  C water

 

1/4 C apple juice or cider (I used cider)

 

1/8 C brown sugar

cinnamon to your liking

2/3 C pumpkin puree

 

juice of half a lemon (optional)

First wash your apples off then peel them. Next chop and slice your apples they can be big chunks. Next you just place all you apples in the crock pot and then all other ingredients, stir everything up. Place the lid on top and turn on low and cook 6-8 hours or on high for 4 hours. Stir occasionally, and once finished you a fork or potato masher to slightly smash the apple sauce or puree it in a blender for a smoother apple sauce. Enjoy!

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