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Homemade Applesauce

How to make applesauce from scratch, offering control over the apple varieties, the texture, the amount of sweetness (we like it best without added sugar!) and added flavorings like lemon or vanilla. It's plain in appearance but vibrant in flavor. For a festive bright-red homemade applesauce for the holidays? Add cranberries! Real Food, Fresh & Seasonal. Budget Friendly. Just One Ingredient! Weeknight Easy, Weekend Special. Great for Meal Prep. Easy DIY. No Added Sugar. Low Fat. Weight Watchers Friendly. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real . Naturally Gluten Free.

Molasses Cookies

For all my fellow molasses lovers, here is an old-fashioned cookie with that classic molasses flavor we adore. It's my forever-favorite recipe for Molasses Cookies, all crinkly and cracked on top. For a real treat? Spread a little Molasses Ice Cream between a couple of Molasses Cookies: instant Molasses Sandwich Cookies! Homemade Old-Fashioned Cookies Made from Scratch. Great for After-School and Ice Cream Sandwich Cookies. Ships Well.

Molasses Ice Cream

For all my fellow molasses lovers, here is an unexpected but not to be overlooked recipe, a most surprising and alluring no-cook ice cream made with, get this, molasses! It's a big surprise, you'll never once find it in a grocery store! For a real treat? Spread a little Molasses Ice Cream between a couple of old-fashioned Molasses Cookies for instant Molasses Sandwich Cookies! Homemade Ice Cream, an Unusual Flavor Made from Scratch. Just Four Ingredients. Great for After-School and Ice Cream Sandwich Cookies. Pairs Well with Fall Desserts.

Wine-Braised Pork Roast with
Garlic Mashed Potatoes

What a wonderful way to cook a pork roast! The meat, even an inexpensive cut, is moist and tender and flavorful. And the sauce - oh, the sauce - is deep and dark and yet slightly sweet, thanks to rich spices and wine. Wonderful with Garlic Mashed Potatoes! This recipe looks long and complicated, but I promise, it’s not! It cooks in one pan and requires only four steps. 1) Rub the pork roast with herbs and garlic, then refrigerate. 2) Brown the meat. 3) Chop and sauté for the sauce. 4) Stick it all in the oven! Making the dish for the first time, my reaction was, “THIS is why we eat at home.” An inexpensive cut of meat. Easy preparation. Rich flavors. Perfection! For a special fall meal, serve the pork roast with homemade garlic mashed potatoes. GARLIC MASHED POTATOES For four servings, allow a pound of russet potatoes, those are the ones with rough skins mostly used for baked potatoes. Peel them if you like but I like the rustic texture the skins add. Cut the potatoe