2 Apples 1 Tbsp Sugar 1/4 Tsp Cinnamon Powder 1 Tbsp Water PREPARATIONS: 1- Peel skin/dice the apples. DIRECTIONS: 1- Transfer the diced apples onto a small pot. 2- Add sugar, sugar, cinnamon powder and a tablespoon water. 3- Cover the pot with a lid, over medium heat simmer the ingredients for 45 minutes. 4- Mash and stir the apple thoroughly until it become puree.
APPLE SAUCE CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Apple sauce is used for pastry and to replace apple jam for breakfast and more. Apple is one of the most promoted and studied fruit on that matter. We keep hearing the famous old expression "eating an apple a day will keep the doctor away", but some of us don't know the actual benefits of apple. Research showed that apple can fight cancerous tumors and affects the cancer cells in various ways. Apple is a good source of vitamin B6 and vitamin C. Cooking apple reduces the benefits and antioxidants but it is so high in antioxidants that a cooked apple has a significant amount of vitamin C and vitamin B6. If a recipe calls for apple sauce, It is best to prepare the apple sauce for fresh apples yourself to get the maximum benefit. One serving (100g, 3.5 oz) of Apple sauce has 60 calories (2 calories from fat), 0.2g total cat, 1mg sodium, 99mg potassium, 15.9g total carbohydrates (2.2g dietary fiber, 12.7g sugars), and 0.2g protein. Apple sauce has no cholesterol and saturated fat. It contains high amounts of vitamin C (12%) and vitamin B6. It is also high in dietary fiber and low in sodium.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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