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  1. Megan Porta

    Hi Andrea! You can DEFINITELY can this recipe! Use a hot water bath for your jars or run them through the dishwasher. Immediately pour applesauce into jars and screw the lids on tightly. They will pop/seal on their own and you can store them for a few months. You can also freeze the applesauce without having to go through the sealing process. I hope this helps!
    Megan

  2. Megan Porta

    Hi Ruby! This recipe makes approximately 10-12 servings, a serving being around 3/4 cup. I hope this helps and that you enjoy it!
    Megan

  3. Andrea

    Could you can this recipe as well? Also, could you switch out the brown sugar for another sweetner and have it turn out the same?

    • Megan Porta

      I think a mix of sweet and tart is good but that’s a preference thing. You wouldn’t go wrong with all sweet apples of your choice either! You won’t be sad – they are so yummy!

  4. Bonnie

    This is my 3rd or 4th year making this and it is soooo yummy! I only make it in the fall; it just seems that is when I should 🙂 At the farmers’ market stand the lady recommended using Cortland apples so that is what I have always used. I have tried coconut sugar as well as the brown sugar and I liked it equally well. I freeze mine in individual portions and it’s still yummy in the middle of January!

    • Megan Porta

      Hi Bonnie – thank you for sharing that! I love hearing when someone really loves a recipe. I also like making mine in the fall. I appreciate all the tips you shared for myself and others who are interested in making it. Enjoy!

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