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Apr 17

Homemade Applesauce made with a Bellemain Potato Ricer

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Homemade AppleSauce with a Bellemain Stainless Steel Potato Ricer

Hello friends, I hope all is well in your world.  Today I am excited to bring to you a product review and also a short video recipe using the Bellemain Stainless Steel Potato Ricer.

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I remember growing up in New Rochelle, NY, and my grandmother had a potato ricer which I thought was the neatest gadget she had in the kitchen.  Whenever she boiled baby potatoes I knew it meant that we were going to have the creamiest mashed potatoes for dinner topped with butter and made without any lumps. 

I would stand next to her and watch then ask if I could try squeezing it myself; and I think she let me do it a few times, however, her mashed potatoes were always the best, with or without butter and gravy.

Now that I have an opportunity to own my own Potato Ricer I wanted to try making something different so I chose to  make fresh, homemade applesauce also one of her favorites. 

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After coring, peeling and slicing 3 medium size Granny Smith apples, I placed them in a non-stick pan with a little water to boil for approximately 7 minutes, just until tender and not mushy.  After allowing them to cool for about 10 minutes, I spooned them into the Bellemain Stainless Steel Potato Ricer.  Using the fine ricing disc it was a perfect consistency. 

I sprinkled mine with a little ground cinnamon and it made for a perfect mid-morning snack.  Hubby chose to add a brown sugar and my son added some cinnamon sugar to his serving.

The Bellemain Stainless Steel Potato Ricer was easy to clean and I liked that it has comfortable, cushioned handles and a bowl rest which makes it easier to operate especially as a left-handed person, here take a look at the video.

The Bellemain Stainless Steel Potato Ricer would also be perfect to use for Sweet Potatoes when making a pie, tomatoes for making sauces, beets for pickling and of course apples and pears for homemade desserts for the entire family including babies, toddlers, and the elderly.

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Although it wasn’t creamy mashed potatoes, the memories of using a Potato Ricer were just as sweet.  If you want  more information or to perhaps order your own Bellemain Stainless Steel Potato Ricer, click on the Amazon link below to be taken their website for a quick ship delivery.

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  1. imagesbytdashfield

    I remember when the children were little making a lot of homemade yummies like this. Now I just use the Cuisinart.

    1. DelBlogger

      Yes, it’s fun for the kids. I’ve never used or owned a Cuisinart.

      1. imagesbytdashfield

        I’ve even made butter with mine.

  2. Lynette

    I remember my mom using a ricer as well, but I thought it was called a potato masher. Lol.

    1. DelBlogger

      Yes, I think we called it that as well. Hope all is well – I miss seeing you.

  3. Louida (@MissLouMae)

    Just finished watching your video and you made making applesauce look so easy!

    1. DelBlogger

      Thanks, I think the girls would love doing it as well.

  4. Suzie Jackson

    O my gosh Blake this is awesome! I have never even seen one of these before! This is so neat. I always learn something from you! ( hugs) #productreviewparty is on sis!

    1. DelBlogger

      Suzie, you always make my day – thanks sis!!!

  5. staciesayzso

    Wow, I have never herd of a potato ricer. Looks like it could have a lot of uses. Love your videos too. 😉 #productreviewparty

    1. DelBlogger

      Thank you Stacie, my grandmother had one when we were young and I think I donated it, glad to have another.

  6. Sonya K

    I had been thinking about making some applesauce for my daughter. I use to make it for her when she was a baby but it’s been a while since I’ve made some for her. But it’s a good and healthy snack for everyone.

    1. DelBlogger

      Sonya, actually it is, I had some for lunch today and since it’s so easy, I’ll probably make more using a different type of apple. Have an awesome weekend.

  7. Celeste (Leapfrogandlipgloss.com)

    Oh yum… my girls and I love homemade applesauce.

    1. DelBlogger

      Awesome, I have started making my own now.

  8. Me and My Mini Me

    This is so cool. I would love to get this because I always make Bee applesauce and this would come in so handy.

    1. DelBlogger

      Yes, and I thought about you when making the applesauce.

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