Last week was crazy. I only worked twice during the week. We had below freezing temps. Extremely below freezing temps. The wind chill on a couple of the days registered -20 or so below.
The Wee One loves this applesauce. He had two bowlfuls at our Sunday dinner.
It take a little time to prep the apples but it’s worth it when you smell the delicious aromas of cooking apples with cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice.
I used gala apples, golden delicious, and Macintosh apples at different time. Each one was delicious as applesauce.
Instead of refined sugar, I used coconut sugar which has a lower glycemic index than white sugar. (35 instead of 60 so your blood sugar won’t spike as easily.)
Since I’ve been loving pumpkin spice lately, I use pumpkin spice instead of cinnamon. You can use either spice.
To make it Whole 30 friendly, omit the sugar. Remember only eat a little bit of fruit while on the Whole 30 because you don’t want to feed your sugar dragon.
– 2 to 4 pounds apples: peeled, cored, and sliced – ¼ c. water – ¼ c. sugar – 2 tsp. Cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice
Pressure Cooker Applesauce
– 2 to 4 pounds apples: peeled, cored, and sliced
– ¼ c. water
– ¼ c. sugar
– 2 tsp. Cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice
Welcome to our Tuesday recipe of the week. This week’s recipe if for pressure cooker chicken pot pie.
Happy 6 year anniversary of this blog!
My mother-in-law used to make Hubby porcupine balls when he was growing up. So these are his favorite meal. Continue reading “Porcupine Balls with Gravy (Pressure Cooking)”
As I have said previously, there are a few items that I cannot cook to save my life. Hard boiled eggs are one of those items.
I’ve shared my technique for making them in the oven. This is my technique for making the hard boiled eggs in my pressure cooker.
As I have said in previous blogs, there are two food items that I seem to not to be able to make in the traditional manner. Those are hard boiled eggs and mashed potatoes. On Thanksgiving eve, I tried to make the mashed potatoes and then had to call my mother-in-law to ask her to make the mashed potatoes.
So on Valentine’s Day, I decided we were going to have oven fried chicken. What goes great with the oven fried chicken? Mashed potatoes. I was a brave little soul and made them in the pressure cooker. They were delicious!
During January, I was sick for half of the month. During the time I was sick, I was not hungry for any food. Towards the end of my sickness, I ended up craving BBQ chicken wings. I sent Hubby out to get me some frozen chicken wings so I could cook them up in the pressure cooker. They were delicious! I ended up eating a whole bunch of the chicken.
We still had a few of the frozen chicken wings leftover so I cooked up some more last Saturday when our boys were with their grandma. Hubby gave me some tips to make them even better. I’m sharing the improved recipe.