Quick & Easy

Sauteed Apples

These sauteed apples are easy to make and a must have for your fall recipe line up. Also known as fried apples, make them with 100% juice from Juicy Juice.

Thank you, Juicy Juice for sponsoring our fall into fall recipe of the day.

I’ve officially declared fall as my favorite season. Long a summer lover, I am so over the heat and humidity but what I love most about fall is all the fun recipes to warm you right up just as the temperatures cool down. My favorite ingredient to bring in fall is apples. Sure they’re available all year round but there is nothing like heading to the orchids in the fall to pick your own. We haven’t made it to the orchids for the season just yet but today I am sharing my favorite fall staple recipe: Sauteed Apples also known as fried apples. 

These sauteed apples are easy to make and a must have for your fall recipe line up. Also known as fried apples, make them with 100% juice from Juicy Juice.

Why are sauteed apples a fall staple? They are quick and easy to make, versatile for a variety of recipes and once you make this recipe, you will never make an apple pie with store bought apple pie filling again! Got 20 minutes? Yes, then make this recipe all season long. 

These sauteed apples are easy to make and a must have for your fall recipe line up. Also known as fried apples, make them with 100% juice from Juicy Juice.

Sauteed apples are perfect for apple pies (I’ll share what else I add to my apple pie filling soon), as a topping for pancakes, waffles or ice cream.

These sauteed apples are easy to make and a must have for your fall recipe line up. Also known as fried apples, make them with 100% juice from Juicy Juice.

They are also delicious with pork chops and chicken any style. Seriously no matter how you prepare chops or chicken, a side of sauteed apples is always perfect. 

Sauteed Apples 

Easy Sauteed Apples (Fried Apples)
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Ingredients
  1. 3 Granny Smith apples
  2. 1/2 C Juicy Juice Apple Peach Juice
  3. 1/3 C raw sugar
  4. 2 Tbsp butter
  5. 1 Tbsp cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Peel, core and slice apples in to medium slices
  2. Melt butter in wide pan over medium heat. Add sugar and stir rapidly until well combined then add juice and continue to stir.
  3. Add apples and cinnamon and stir to combine.
  4. Cook for 8 minutes until liquid reduces, starts to bubble and apples are soft.
  5. Serve hot.
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These sauteed apples are easy to make and a must have for your fall recipe line up. Also known as fried apples, make them with 100% juice from Juicy Juice.

For this recipe, I used Juicy Juice Peach Apple 100% Juice because I like how the peaches add a little something in flavor to the tart green apples. Give it a try or use the 100% apple juice from Juicy Juice. The addition of juice allows for less sugar and less butter in the recipe without sacrificing any of the taste. Store the sauteed apples in the fridge for up to 3 days. They are delicious served hot or cold but go with hot because yum! 

We enjoyed our sauteed apples over ice cream for dessert today. 

These sauteed apples are easy to make and a must have for your fall recipe line up. Also known as fried apples, make them with 100% juice from Juicy Juice.

Stay tuned for a delicious pancake recipe that goes perfectly with this. 

What are your favorite fall recipes?

These easy sauteed apples recipe is the perfect fall recipe staple. Great with ice cream, as a topping for pancakes or waffles and the start of an amazing apple pie filling. Also known as fried apples.

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