The Spruce / Jennifer Perillo
- Total: thirty mins
- Prep: 15 mins
- Cook: 15 mins
- Yield: 20 Cookies
Want to satisfy a cookie craving and use up that opened jar of applesauce? Or possibly you went crazy canning applesauce, and need some tips beyond consuming it from the jar or serving with juicy pork chops (guilty as charged)? These soft and chewy applesauce cookies are the response.
Applesauce is naturally sweet, making it possible for you to use much less sugar than in classic cookie recipes, yet another win when making an attempt to balance our weekly menu plans with healthy fare and treats. The cinnamon in these applesauce cookies suggests recollections of homemade apple pie without the fuss of making crust or slicing apples. You can place your personal spin, and add some cloves and nutmeg if you have them in the pantry.
Retailer-purchased applesauce functions wonderful, but if you’ve been wanting to attempt creating homemade applesauce, these soft and chewy applesauce cookies are the ideal cause to do it now. Whether you make a batch on the stove-leading or in your Immediate Pot, your cookies are certain to be a hit.
The final touch comes from a flurry of confectioner’s sugar on leading, or “baking bling” as we affectionately phone it.