5 Minute Mango Applesauce Recipe – Natural Snack Idea

 

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How to. Wash & prepare the fruit, toss into the blender along with the cinnamon & the rest is history. Between washing and peeling the fruit & blending, this will literally require less than 5 minutes of your time to whip up (unite, fellow lazy people!). The recipe above made about 1 ½ cups of mango applesauce. Amazing recipe.

Every time we visit my parents in CT, the first thing my boys go for is her amazing applesauce. I love how you added mango to your recipe. Question: Do you peel the apples or cook them w/ the skin on?1 In a medium saucepan combine apples, mangos, water, lemon juice and vanilla.

Bring to a boil and then lower heat to a simmer. Simmer applesauce for about a. Instructions 1. In a medium microwave safe bowl, add in the sweet potatoes and water and heat for 60-90 seconds in the microwave or until completely sof. Combine all ingredients except for almond extract, in crock pot or heavy pan.

If using crock pot, set control to LOW and simmer 4-6 hours or until fruit is very soft. Remove crockpot cover, discard whole cinnamon stick if using, and if necessary, *mash any chunks of fruit with potato masher. Stir in almond extract.

Prepare the apples by slicing and coring themno need to peel, unless you want to. Place the sliced apples, water and cinnamon in a large pot or saucepan set over medium heat. Cover and cook for 15-20 minutes or until tender. Use an potato masher, immersion blender, blender or food processor to “puree” the apples. First, remove the core from all of the apples, and then chop the apples into quarters.

Place the apples in a 3-quart Instant Pot mini, squeeze the lemon juice on top, and add the cinnamon stick, salt and water. Give it a gentle stir. Make sure the cinnamon is near the bottom of the pot, not resting on the surface. 7 5 Minute mango applesauce This is so easy and so tasty. It’s as simple as blending up some of your favorite fruits.

The mango apple combination is really nice, but even a bowl of one of the other is great with a little cinnamon sprinkled on top. A great whole foods, unprocessed dessert option for when you want something sweet. Peel mango and cut into bite sized pieces. Cut apples into bite sized pieces. Add apples and mango to a large pot or Dutch oven.

Add just enough water to keep fruit from sticking. Cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until fruit is soft. For the mango applesauce: 1 cup applesauce; 2 cups chopped mango; 1 teaspoon lemon juice; For the pineapple applesauce: 1 cup applesauce; 2 cups chopped pineapple; 1 teaspoon lemon juice.

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  • This is a tip but if you squeeze a little bit of lemon on your apples it keeps them from getting brown, you can also soak them in Sprite but that’s less healthy.

  • The description for the strawberries is different than what you did in the video:/ i made them according to the description & they didnt turn out like that.. ��

  • Last week I made tons of home made jam and I took hours to made it…Cooking the jam in the microwave is such a great idea!! And if you cook the jam jars in a hot water bath, they will last up to 12 months <3

  • wow.consider my mind blownedu said u can use any fruit.how about peach or apple?wow.i gotta try.u also u said frozen also.bravo.ur a microvave genius gemma.love ur vids.please keep them going.

  • These are great ideas. My son wouldn’t eat the fruit but I would. Not sure about using the mac and cheese powder. Its quite unhealthy. The bears look good. I will have to figure out how to make them chocolate as my son loves the “black” bears.

  • So just found your channel and gotta say love your energy and recipes. Especially with my new life style I’m subscribing.. Thank you!

  • I love these! This is the time of year where snacks are my favorite food, lol. This will help me stay on track with my health goals.

  • This was one of your best videos yet!! You’re so amazing to give us SOOO many options! I’m excited to have so many choices for the whole family. We’ve been road tripping for years and with three kids under 12, these ideas are going to save my sanity! Thank you! ❤❤

  • Hi Bold Bakers! It’s time to jam! You can easily make it in the microwave with my simple recipe. What flavors will you make? http://bit.ly/BerryJamRecipes

  • Wow I’m at Awe with this recipe…it is so simple…interesting… I’m speechless…I never thought making jam could be so simple…you are absolutely so AWESOME of a person…Thank you…so much��

  • I thank GOD for Miss Gemma’s channel. She communicates with her fans on FB within 1 day. I’ve done so many of her recipes. I’m now about to record myself and post them on her FB page. Thank you Miss Gemma.

  • I love jams but sometimes I think they are too sweet, this recipe allows me control the amount of sugar in my jams. Thanks a lot Gemma��

  • hey…nice vid. i have to know something..can u make this with frozen fruit (grapes, etc), even bananas..not just fresh? i have some that i have to use up and i dont want to just use em only in a smoothie. would u recommend i stick them in a blender first to chop or liquify, and then put in the microwave, or what? any tips from anyone would be really helpful. if i can make a good jam on the first or second try, maybe i could make a good marinade too, for meats or something. what about freezing mashed fruit..or drying it? u know..like dried fruit t hat they sell in flea markets and stuff? would appreciate any advice from anybody..thanks:)

  • Well can I just say I would wanna have peanut butter with the apple u know! I luv peanut butter it just the best a combination u should try is toast with jam and butter �� or toast with cheese and butter thats wat I normally have but jams the best

  • Hello love this ice cream am about to make it now can I use normal milk I need the reply as soon as possible the banana is already in the freezer

  • I not a big fan of banana (I like it, but not very much), though I use it in smoothies without any problem. Still, I wonder if avocado could make its way into an ice cream. It’s less fragrant than bananas. Of course it needs more sugar. I like that I can do a full avocado including its pit, and my Oster pro 1200, pulverize it in a smooth puree. I have to try…

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  • you should eat snap peas! they are crunchy and planty but delicious. and i have those cheerios that are in the white box coz they have no sugar coating and have 5 whole grain

  • i have a question okay, so i LOVE Takis! i’m also very out of shape. so, once i diet and work out and reach my goal, am i still allowed to eat things like chips, candy, fast food, soda, etc?

  • I always look forward to your videos! No matter what they are on! Your voice is so soothing and kind! Also, I have a giveaway on my channel if you are interested! I love you!

  • Gemma I love your baking�� and I am your bigesttttttttt fan ever��, keep it up ��and your recipes are always tasty,I have tried them, I will wait for you to reply my comment.

  • This is a cool idea and I’ve got a road trip coming up. I’m a little skeptical about the craft box though-it looks amazing but won’t the popcorn and freeze dried fruit/veg and seaweed get soft if they’re not in something airtight?

  • I love ur recepies pls make more healthy salty treats, and I wanted to know that can I use regular milk instead of almond milk and instead of maple syrup can I use honey or brown sugar if yes then kindly please give me the amount of these items?

  • Hi Gemma I just love your recipes, since I live in Italy And can’t find grape jam can I make that home made,and also do you have a recipe for peanut butter thank you so much hope to hear from you!

  • Perfect timing. We’re taking a mini vaca to Galena. I’m definitely going to be using some of these ideas:)) Thanks for all the creativity you put into your videos Alyssia!

  • I used to stop by McDonald’s after I begged my parents for like two hours, and unhappily choke down squishy clementines and grapes or maybe some leftover chips from Panera bread. Fun times.

  • Hated the regular fruit roll ups as a kid, thank goodness, but LOVE these real fruit ones. I’ll give these a try! My son loves fruit!

  • I have found a good dairy free replacement for sour cream is a mixture of 2 parts mayonnaise (I use southern style) and 3 parts plain unsweetened coconut yogurt (I use So Delicious). I use this mixture to make ranch dip. Finding plain unsweetened non-dairy yogurt can be a challenge but it’s well worth it!

  • Gemma, I watched your vanilla cake recipe…tell me that can I make them in advance and freeze or refrigerate them and if I can so for how many days I can refrigerate or freeze them???
    Plz give me answer!!!!

  • Wow what could I say. ����I really want to make these snacks just for snack and movie night������������������my kids and grandkids would love these ��Thank you Allysia for sharing your fun and tasty snack ideas on the go��❤ keep on making these boxes I highly recommend to everyone��

  • Oh my gosh! Oliver is absolutely adorable! Also, for the crustables… to avoid the jelly making the bread soggy when it thaws I put peanut butter (almond butter in your case) on both slices of bread to create a ‘barrier’ then the jelly on top of the peanut/almond butter.

  • Hi Gemma, loving all your yummy recipes thank you:) I’ve made this gorgeous jam but wanted to ask if i use it in my cakes will it be perishable? Thank you x

  • Have you ever tried vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt with sliced bananas and a scoop (1-2 T.) of orange juice concentrate? It is so delicious and with a sprinkle of sliced almonds on top, it is heavenly!

  • I love getting inspiration from these! Not a fan of ranch/mayonnaise tasting dips but I love yogurt (weird but true) so I always like finding what things to mix in greek yogurt to make it savory but still yogurt-y lol

  • I was skeptical of this recipe, but it works. FYI she doesn’t put in any measurements:

    2 cups of frozen fruit
    2 tablespoons of honey
    1/2 cup of greek yogurt

  • I used a similar method the other day to make a sirup our of some strawberries that were a bit overripe.
    I have some frozen mixed berries in the freezer, can I also make jam out of that?

  • I made this today and its mega yummy! If I make double the amount do I need to double the time or just keep checking on it? Thanks for such a time saving method! ��

  • It’s been 6 months since I had my favourite fast food. 2 months it was because of high school exams rest 4 months due to lockdown. Meanwhile these youtube recommendations
    Me: Don’t do that. Don’t give me hope.

  • I am 4 years late but I tried this and it tasted amazing. Since my local frozen yogurt ship is closed because of the virus �� I made it at home and it tasted amazing. Thank you xxx

  • Hi gemma after along week.I’m seeing your video and enjoyed watching it.I really love the way you made strawberry jam. And another jam as well.

  • Yes sure i will and I’ll post a pics too Gemma i have sent you some photos on Instagram plz check those i have tried some of your recepies

  • I don’t have a food processor but I do have an icecream machine…can you plz tell how I can use that to make the icecream instead of a food processor?

  • I love your channel, been watching for a couple weeks now. Im going back to watch the awesome videos i missed. My question is where did you get the chocolate chips? I want to make some trail mix with peanut butter chips but i want a cleaner version than the normal ones in the store.

  • The pluot looks great! And mango, yes! Not a fan of nectarine but I’m sure peaches would do in their place!:)
    Just when I thought I was done shopping for kitchen supplies, lady, you have me making a list for the things I want to make! Lol!
    Silpat, donut pans…. etc.
    Thanks for the inspiration!

  • I just head to mention this.. I watch you since the beginning of your channel and think that you a really a great person. Relatable, honest und down to earth. At least at seems that way. �� I think it’s really great that you reply to comments as well. Love from Germany �� (sorry if there were grammar mistakes etc ��)

  • Can I use maple syrup instead of honey? Or sweeten the yogurt with sugar and use required amount of honey as well? Our strawberries are too sour they need more sweetening

  • Do u always fill your jars to the top??they have to. Have head space of half an inch to one inch.but since this is only good for about 2weeks I guess it’s ok but for canning space is needed..I have been using microwave for quick jam or sauces that’s needed right away or NEAR future.. thanks

  • I’ve been avoiding making jam because I didn’t want to set aside the time. Now I can’t wait to make this quick microwave jam! Thanks! We love strawberry and mixed berry jam.

  • Please make a video on how to defroste frozen fruits correctly ( strawberries, blackberry, blueberries, blackcurrant peaches) please and making their puree for icecream������

  • Love ❤️ all of your videos and recipes! When are you going to travel tasting again? And what destination? Thanks for all of your work ��

  • Hey Gemma! This is the third video I’ve watched, you’re lovely! If possible, could you please say the measurements you used? I’ve checked on the website you linked but there are no measurements there either. Would love to make this!

  • Vegan Wraps Recipe:
    Tortilla
    tomato slice
    marinara sauce
    hummus
    spinach
    parsley

    After putting these on the tortilla, crisp it on the stove and you won’t regret it. It tastes like a pizza wrap but healthy. Also this recipe is from a fellow youtuber!

  • I Love how your son tries out everything you make or put out for him to snack on, unlike most of the kids who get fussy over food <3

  • I went to her blog and no ingredient measurements �� smh

    Edit: looked for a second time and Nvm ����‍♀️ found them all the way down I had to scroll

    Made it without instructions so got me a smoothie

  • Another amazing recipe…I love jam with my bread…but it always takes time to make and cool but now my problem is solved….Thankyou soo much Gemma

  • Did i miss something..when i blend it in food processor its become liquid,not creamy texture like yours..and when i frozen it’s crystalize a lot..not a good frozen yogurt..,thanks

  • I don’t have a blender. Does anyone know if a nutri bullet would whip it up the same way? Lots of over ripe bananas that need to be used!!

  • You are amazing! Loved your recipes and loved your easy and breezy way of explaining the steps. Super video, am definitely going to try these and download your ebook too. Thank you for both.

  • Hi!

    For the Greek yogurt version of the Ranch, would I just add the dill and parsley, or the other dry seasoning as well? Thank you!

    My favorite box was box 1 yummy!

    I just can’t do those Gogo squeezes, their texture is off for men

  • she doesn’t give us the measurements in the video but it doesn’t matter because I have the same measuring spoons as her so I know what each color is

  • A lot of videos I just listen to while doing other things. But, I have to stop and actually watch yours. Your visuals are so incredibly bright, fun and appetizing. Along with your happy voice and great healthy suggestions, it all makes for a lovely bite of inspiration.

  • Hi Gemma… thanks for this incredibly simple and great way to make jam. I was just wondering if I could make apple jam in the same way?

  • Since I don’t like strawberries, I would like to try with raspberries. I bet it would be heavenly. Not the true Neapolitan but still very yummy.

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  • I just ate Cinnabon, spaghetti, and chicken empanadas for breakfast, get on my level ��✨.

    Before anyone goes that’s so unhealthy, I have to do workouts for softball and ballet every fucking day. Exercise means more carbs

  • As a single mother on a tight budget, being able to create and bake as much as I can is practically a dream. Your recipes and methods on all your videos are so simple and easy to follow, I can easily pick out a few things, and spend just a few minutes making actual REAL food. I just wanted to thank you for putting these things out here for everyone to find, you are a literal Godsend! Thank you so much xx

  • What are the proportions for the cashew muffins? I followed the link and i just didn’t see them. I saw dimensions for making paleo type baking soda, but no actual proprtions for the muffins. And i really really want to make them for my road trip!

  • Dear Alyssia, loved the Cashew Coco Muffins! Had to bake them right away:) now hiding from the kitchen, otherwise they won’t last long for my family to enjoy…

  • Dear Gemma, this is the first time that one of your recipes didn’t work for me. I made the cake batter flavor and it’s hard like a rock! What could I have done wrong?

  • Hey I know I dont comment often anymore, but want to say: I’m about to move. Like, in a week. (My dad is finally retiring after 30 years in the army) When I was younger, I could survive being on the road and in a hotel for a few weeks surviving off of fast food, some veggies at Cracker Barrel, chips and candy, and then some carrots, apples, and nuts. But now I fully understand my stomach, its sensitivities, and how to feed it. So I’m really trying to plan ahead for what to take on this trip. My main focus is usually fiber, since I need to really hit my goal or else stomach sensitivity, so I’ll certainly be using some of these tips along with just packing lots of nuts, fruits, and veggies like carrots and mini cucumber that are easy to pack. Thanks!!!

  • Hello. I saw this video an immediately thought of kids, BUT much healthier… I would like to know where you got the measuring cups from. I have seen them in multiple videos and like them.

  • Psa maybe wouldn’t recommend prunes while traveling in a car/planesomewhere u don’t have easy access to poo �� v powerful laxative

  • I’ve read alot of the comments here and went to your blog @biggerbolderbaking and can’t find my answer. How would bananas work? A Monkey bread jam sounds so delicious!

  • OMG! Thank you so much! This came in at the right time. We’ll be heading on a road trip and I can’t wait to try these recipes and snack ideas. So healthy and scrumptious!
    Thanks for sharing ����❤️❤️

  • I wish you wouldn’t talk about “clean” and “paleo” food. You make awesome, easy, healthy food/ snacks/ meals… by referring to fad diets and “clean” food you legitimize negative eating patterns and beliefs.

  • I wonder if you can also make some baking recipes using a ricecooker if you have one!
    There is quite a bunch of them popping up, some ricecookers even come with cake and breadbaking functions pre-programmed haha.

  • My mum doesnt buy me bread because i dont “need” it so i cant make sandwhiches and i dont like makimg wraps since they get soggy in my lunchbox. She also doesnt buy me food i want i also dont even know what to have for lunch

  • Oh my goodness thank you so much for this lovely recipe! I live for this delicious dessert! I have no idea what I would do without this! My ultimate fave is the strawberry!!! Once again thank you and I love your accent!

  • Perfect timing! We are about to take a two day driving trip (2 days each way��) to California to see our daughter! I am totally making these boxes!!!! Thank you!

  • In my country, Strawberries are commonly sour. Can I use them, will the results be the same? Should I add more sugar or sweeteners?

  • Awesome recipe! I’m going to go do it right now! Thanks for giving a vegan option (that’s for me ):)! Thanks for making videos. This is exactly the YouTube channel I was looking for. I’m subscribing, and turning post notifications on. Obviously I liked the video!:)

  • These look great! For the muffins could I use a different nut butter? Your video on sugar several months ago was so educational and made me realise how much sugar I was eating without knowing. It inspired me to try a Keto diet. I’ve lost 6 kilos so far and my doctor is really happy with how improved my blood sugars are now. So thank you for providing such fun, creative and educational content.

  • Thanks for the both cooked or not cooled because sometimes people don’t have access to a cooler or whatever the case is. This is great so not just people who have coolers can do this Everyone can do this. THANKS!!! P.s love your editing skills

  • Im trying to limit sugar and some carbs then my mum goes ahead and buys my brother all junk food and i buy my own food since im eating differently. I dont have much money so i dont buy much ( just granola, yoghurt and fruit. ) and when theres nothing else to eat i eat junk food..