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|By :Raj & Holley|
|Browse Category||Breakfast, Seven Ingredients or Less|
|Diet||Celiac, Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Low Fat, Paleo, Plant-Based, Vegan, Vegetarian|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||15 minutes|
|Cook Time||25 minutes|
Holley & Raj are friends from British Columbia who share a passion for fun & yummy healthy real food. Our healthy recipes are for everyone: Paleo, Gluten Free, Delicious! Holley started in food service at the age of 15 and continued to pursue management and service in restaurants and public houses for more than 15 years. Raj was trained as a pharmacist therefore, healthy lifestyle habits are incredibly important to him. His time in healthcare has emphasized how crucial it is for human beings to make smart healthy decisions, and food choices. The pair have come together to bring to you The Primal Desire, their paleo based food blog that offers delicious recipes that will make healthy decisions easier!
Made it for the first time with Gala apples. So easy and SO tasty! Love it
Delicious! I used McIntosh apples and added in some cinnamon once it was finished cooking. Cant wait to serve with dinner! Thanks 🙂
Made this with Gala and Red Delicious apples!! I also added a couple of shakes of cinnamon. Mmmmmmmmmm……great snack!!
Simple recipe with delicious outcome. I used 6 Gala & 6 Fuji apples and added a couple dashes of cinnamon at the end. I didn’t peel the apples so I used an immersion blender for a short time. No sweetener needed.
I made yogurt yesterday which will taste great in the applesauce!
Mix of apples so added 2 T maple syrup, cut water to 1/2 cand added 1/2 tsp each if cinnamon and nutmeg
This is very tasty. Used up some red apples that we were having trouble using up. Will make a good side with the pork shoulder and mashed potatos.
Totally yummy, i mixed up the apples- granny smith, pink lady and one honeycrisp.
I used all gala apples, and it turned out super thin. I’ve tried sauteeing it for a bit, to try and thicken it a little more. Does it thicken as it cools? If not, I’ll try less water next time. Love how east it was to make