The sauce is ready when it is as thick as applesauce and the oil forms a dark, deep pool on the surface.
My diet would soon include, once again, cupcakes and macaroni and applesauce.
Add the sugar, milk and applesauce, mixing thoroughly.
These huge fruits have been prized for years for baking, applesauce, and apple butter.
Then eat small amounts of mild foods such as rice, applesauce, or crackers.
Some information suggests that applesauce can reduce the incidence and severity of flushing.
The processed applesauce was aseptically packed into plastic cups and stored at room temperature.
Processed apples are available throughout the year in juice, canned, and applesauce form.
To make fresh cider, apples are washed, cut and ground into a mash that is the consistency of applesauce.
Melt butter and place in a medium bowl with the applesauce.
Word Origin and History for applesauce
by 1739, American English, from apple + sauce. Slang meaning "nonsense" is attested from 1921 and was noted as a vogue word early 1920s. Mencken credits it to cartoonist T.A. ("Tad") Dorgan. DAS suggests the word was thus used because applesauce was cheap fare served in boardinghouses.