crock pot applesauce

Crock Pot Applesauce


There are so many great apple varieties for super cheap at the supermarket right now. One great way to use those fabulous apples, is by making homemade applesauce.

Have you ever made homemade applesauce in the crock pot? Crock pot applesauce is SO easy. Like, ridiculously easy. It’s hardly even a recipe! It’s apples plus a few other easy ingredients, only FIVE to be exact. Stick it all in the crock pot and a few short hours later, the most flavorful, delicious applesauce you could ever imagine! So much better than store bought! You don’t even need to dice the apples, just slice them really quick and throw in the crock pot. Boom. Homemade Crock Pot Applesauce.

crock pot applesauce

Fall is just around the corner, it’s going to bring us gorgeous apples of every variety and color that we can eat, bake with or make APPLESAUCE with!  Applesauce in the crock pot no less.  If I would have know how easy and delicious this was I would never have waited till now to make it!  The beauty of the recipe is that after the apples have cooked down in the crock pot with a little water, you can taste the apples and sweeten them with the amount of sugar you want and flavor it the same way, then cook for another 30 minutes.

crockpot applesauce recipe

You can leave the apples a little chunky, which would be great to top oatmeal with or smooth it out.  I went somewhere in the middle with the texture, a little chunky and smooth.   To keep your applesauce nice and thick while cooking, put a clean kitchen towel over the top of the crock pot before you place the lid on.  This will keep the condensation on the lid from going into the apples as they cook and adding more water.  I hope you enjoy this easy delicious recipe for Crock Pot Applesauce as much as I did!  Enjoy!


10 apples, peeled, cored and chunked

1/2 cup water

1/4 cup light brown sugar ( adjust sugar as needed if you want it sweeter)

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon ( adjust to your liking)

1/2 teaspoon lemon juice


1.  Combine the apples and water in a crock pot.  Put a clean kitchen towel over the crock pot opening and place lid on top.  Cook at the low setting on your crock pot for 4- 5 hours until apples are very tender.

2.  After the apples have cooked, add the sugar and cinnamon to your taste.  Cook an additional 30 minutes.  Let cool, whirl in a food processor to the texture of your choice.

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