This recipe is so simple and it’s something I love to make as a side dish during the winter and fall seasons. It’s another recipe that came from my mom.
I have to admit that I do have my own food quirks and one of them is that cooked apples have to be served warm for me. I don’t know why. So apple pie, applesauce, apple crisp all need to be warm. I’m fine with cold apples if they are fresh. What can I say, I guess we all have out picky moments.
The recipe is also wonderful served along with breakfast like the oven omelet that I posted yesterday. It also works well as a side dish for pork. This recipe could probably pass as a dessert, due to the sugar content.
- 1 (15 oz) can of applesauce
- ⅛ cup sugar
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- Combine ingredients in a sauce pan and heat on the stove. Be careful because as the applesauce gets heated it tends to spit from the pan. Heat until nice and heat all the way through. Serves 3-4.