Innkeeper Bonnie says, “I learned this recipe from my mother-in-law. My family always enjoyed the “taste testing” time of making applesauce as we all had multiple tastes to determine how much sugar and cinnamon taste good to us! “
You can set aside 1 cup amounts of UNSWEETENED applesauce to use in cookie recipe posted in early July 2019 called: Crunch Top Applesauce Bars.
Applesauce – smooth – freeze
Dutch oven or large pot
Bowls to cool applesauce in
Containers to put in freezer
Wash apples, quarter, cut out core and seeds.Fill dutch oven or pot with apples and a small amount of water.Cook on medium heat until apples are soft. Stir apples to keep from sticking on the bottom. Rotate apples from the bottom to the top. You may need to add a little water.When all apples are mushy, put them through the grinder.Add sugar to apples to meet your taste. This can range from ¼ cup to 1 cup depending on apples and size of bowl the sauce is in.Cinnamon can also be added if you want.If you plan to freeze the applesauce, put it in the containers and cool. When cool, put into the freezer.
Welcome to Our Blog
Thank you for checking out our blog at Zuber’s Homestead Hotel! As owners we have the daily pleasure of visiting with our guests. Often we are sitting in our Wagon Wheel Room and have our conversation over a cup of coffee (or tea)!
Our blog will be a reflection of those conversations. We often share stories about Zuber’s Homestead Hotel and the history of this wonderful place! We also share information about events and happenings in the Amana Colonies.
We invite you to enjoy these stories by reading our blog. Feel free to ask us questions and we’ll do our best to give you an answer. So sit down, grab your cup of coffee (or tea) relax, and share in our stories.
We look forward to the day that you’ll come and experience Zuber’s Homestead Hotel, and the Amana Colonies for yourself!