It’s finally fall! You can almost feel the leaves on college walk about to change colors. You haven’t had the chance to head to an apple orchard upstate (midterms, what else?), but you dream of the perfect fall day: watching Halloweentown, drinking a mug of hot tea, and sliding your spoon into a warm bowl of fresh applesauce. You remember the John Jay and Ferris take-out boxes full of random ingredients in your dorm: apples, some cinnamon… perfect! Follow our recipe below for the perfect fall snack–made entirely out of food gathered from John Jay and Ferris!
Disclaimer: Make sure you grab your ingredients with a meal swipe–CU Dining offers take-out boxes for you to bring back to your dorm.
This week: Cinnamon Applesauce
Appliances: a blender and a stove
Wallach Sophomores Madeline and Janie were having a casual Sunday afternoon in the lounge as I embarked on my applesauce endeavor, and naturally, I had to ask them if they’d give it a try.
Madeline told me: “It tastes like applesauce. It tastes like organic applesauce. Not like Mott’s, like stuff you get at Whole Foods.”
“This is good. I like this,” Janie agreed. “Congrats,” she continued. “You’ve converted John Jay food into something edible.”
But don’t just take their word for it! Give our cinnamon applesauce recipe a shot, let Bwog know what you think, and stay tuned for more Food You Can Make With Ingredients From John Jay And Ferris!
gourmet food photos via Bwog Staff