{No Sugar Added} Nectarine Apricot Applesauce

Gracen’s been talking about applesauce {and the fact that her Mama may have eaten what was left of our strawberry applesauce during nap time one day a few weeks back} for a long time now, so I decided we’d make a new batch today.

There were a ton of yummy nectarines laying around Grandma Charlotte’s kitchen and we just picked up some local apricots during our most recent visit to Davison Orchards, so we decided to switch things up a bit… This time around, it was going to be nectarine apricot applesauce. Sounds yummy, right?

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Here’s our list of ingredients… A few apples, a couple of small nectarines, a couple of apricots, a little water, and some of the most delicious smelling Mexican vanilla you’ve ever come in contact with.

IMG 7300You’ll have to excuse our ‘vacation look’… Messy hair, no make-up and comfy clothes is the way to go when in relaxation mode. Plus, you don’t have to look nice to whip up a delicious snack, now do you? ☺

To get started, wash, peel, and chop all of your fruit.

IMG 7313And put it in a pot.

IMG 7315Next, pour in a little water…

IMG 7316And a capful of really good vanilla.

IMG 7318Give everything a little stir…

IMG 7319And pop it on the stove. Cover the pot and let the mixture simmer on medium low for the better part of an hour.

IMG 7320When the fruit is nice and soft, remove it from the heat.

IMG 7325After it’s cooled for a few minutes, arm your little one with giant oven mitts and get mashing.

IMG 7328Eat it while it’s still warm, or transfer it into a mason jar and store in the fridge for later.


{No Sugar Added} Nectarine Apricot Applesauce

  • 3 small apples
  • 2 small nectarines
  • 2 apricots
  • 3 – 4 tablespoons of water
  • 1 capful of good vanilla

Wash, peel, and chop all fruit. Put it in a pot with the water and vanilla. Give the mixture a quick stir, then cover and simmer over medium low heat for 45 minutes to an hour. When the fruit is good and soft, remove the pot from the heat. Mash until your desired consistency is reached. Serve warm or refrigerate for future use.


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