Ohhh you are in for a TREAT,
Let’s Make Some Mango Grapple Sauce???
Trust me you are going to want to try it?
I gotta admit I just love apple sauce, there is just something so comforting and nostalgic about it for me. I find that apple sauce, pear sauce, and other variations can be a super helpful and delicious meal, especially during the winter months when the fruit variety is a little bit more scarce. If you want a simple classic apple sauce recipe to be sure to check out my recent Super Easy Applesauce Recipe Here!
This Mango Grapple Sauce is a little less conventional than the traditional apple sauce out there but is super delicious and utilizes a fruit that many people do not use in recipes, Grapes, hence the name Grapple! I really LOVE using grapes in recipes, juicy, sweet, and super satiating, grapes make an amazing addition to many sweet soups, smoothies, and green smoothies. This is a simple 3 ingredient combination that digests really smoothly and is great for those times you are looking for a sweet meal that is a bit more filling and that you can eat with a spoon.
A hot tip, the sweeter all the ingredients are the better this will be, I really like using gala or golden delicious apples, but really any that you love will work.?
Mango Grapple Sauce Recipe
?Seedless Grapes (1.1 lb / 500 g)
?Sweet Apples (1.1 lb / 500 g)
?Mango (.55 lb / 250 g)
1. Remove the Seedless Grapes from the stem and add them to the blender
2. Core the apples and rough chop them, add to the blender, and Blend Baby Blend?
3. Cube the Mango, if using frozen thaw beforehand, add to the grapple sauce and stir everything up ??
?Enjoy with a big spoon to the disapproval of Snoo?
PS, I use seedless grapes in this recipe as it creates a much better texture and because I prefer seedless grapes in general. There is a common misconception that seedless fruit is bad somehow or that it is all GMO, but this is not the case.
Seedless grapes are created in a variety of ways, but the most common is through a process known as parthenocarpy. This process involves cross–pollinating two different varieties of grapes, usually a male and a female, and then removing the male flowers from the female plants. This forces the female plants to produce fruit without the need for fertilization, this is a process that has been used for centuries and is certainly not a new, unnatural process. Seedless grapes are not considered genetically modified organisms (GMOs) because they are not created through the process of genetic engineering, which involves manipulating the genes of an organism. They are also not something to be worried about, as they are just as safe and healthy to consume as grapes with seeds. Seedless grapes are a great source of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, so they can be a nutritious addition to any diet.
I hope you really enjoy this mango grapple sauce recipe as much as I do and that it brings some ease around seedless grapes and fruit in general. Let me know if this is a topic you would like me to write more on as I have considered doing an in-depth post on the topic of seedless fruit. Also, this post was originally shared on my Instagram, I do bring some of my reels over here but be sure to follow me @therawadvantage there to catch all my antics!
Wishing You Much