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Join date : 2012-06-24
Age : 45
Location : California, USA

PostSubject: Frozen apples   Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:04 am

We have the luxury of living in an area of California where we can get apples just about all year round- however, certain times of the year they seem to just come out our ears! I cut apples with an apple slicer, then dice the slices, leaving the skin on- put the in the bottom of a pot and add some 100% no sugar added apple juice and some ground cinnamon (My girls love cinnamon, so I get pretty heavy handed with it!) and bring up to a boil- reduce heat, cover and simmer until the apples get soft and most of the juices are simmered off- Let cool, then put into small freezer bags and lay flat to freeze- this way the layer of frozen apples is thin enough to break pieces off when you want them! We add them to oatmeal (Make plain oatmeal with 100% apple juice and add the frozen apples and a little butter Mmmmmmmmmmmm) to smoothies, to cobblers, or just defrost some and have for a dessert!

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PostSubject: Re: Frozen apples   Sun Jan 13, 2013 12:14 am

I live in the U.K. where apples are mostly imported. I'd have to say freezing them would be almost a mental health issue here!!! Laughing
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