Sweet Potato Applesauce – A Sprouting Souls Recipe




We had a great morning at the Western Wake Farmers’ Market! Thank you to all of you that stopped out to say hello, ask us questions and taste our yummy Sweet Potato Applesauce. As I promised this morning here is the recipe, so easy, so yummy. Sorry we ran out! The kids did love it, we had a few that came back for 3rds 🙂

This is a great way to start with a food that your kids like and add something new in a……shall we say “low key introductory way”. So here’s the recipe:

4 cups of apples that have been peeled, cored and chopped ( I used a combination of Macintosh and Ginger Crisp)

1 cup water

1 medium large sweet potato that has been wrapped in foil and baked at 400 for an hour (about 1 cup cooked)

1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

Place chopped apples in a pot with 1 cup water and cook on medium heat until apples are soft, about 20 minutes. Turn off burner and let sit for about 20-30 minutes. Peel the skin off of the baked potato and place it into the pot with the apples. Using a potato masher or immersion blender, combine the two ingredients, add cinnamon and combine until smooth. This tastes great warm or cold. This recipe makes about 5 servings so if you want to have some for later, double the batch.

Thanks again for coming out to visit us at the farmers market. We will be back in November with a yummy squash recipe, so hope to see you then!

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Keep it Real. Keep it Simple. Make it Matter. – Andrea


2 thoughts on “Sweet Potato Applesauce – A Sprouting Souls Recipe

  1. I just made the applesauce and it’s great. It is a little orange, which I attributed to “something” I added to make it more festive for fall & halloween…

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