Apple Sauce Souffle

A very simple light and fluffy dish.

Add honey to apple sauce, or if it is sweet enough leave it out. Beat egg whites until stiff and dry. Fold into apple sauce.

Put mixture in buttered baking dish (I like to use teacups). Bake 15 minutes at 350 degrees F.

I generally use my own home-made apple sauce that I make with dates and lots of spices– cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, allspice, ginger…. I will post a recipe shortly. Apple sauce like this makes the souffle like a Chai Spiced Apple Souffle. Alternatively add about 2-3 pods of cardamom (seeds ground), 1 t g. cloves, 2 t cinnamon and 1 t ground ginger to your applesauce when making the above recipe. (Yummy)

This recipe is part of the Hearth and Soul bloghop, where you can find more fantastic recipes.

This Post Has 10 Comments

    1. hellaD

      Nice! It is so simple. I have a plan to try it with carmelized bananas sometime soon….

  1. Sarah Smith

    I made this today. The souffles fell (my fault I’m sure) but still tasted great. Thanks!

    1. hellaD

      Sometimes if they are in the oven too long they fall. But usually they don’t fall very easily if the egg whites are beaten to a medium peak.

  2. Sarah Smith

    Sounds great, and a wonderful way to use up egg whites too! Can’t wait to try it.

    1. hellaD

      Thanks so much, yeah I love it too, I actually read somewhere that the smell of cooking apples lowers blood pressure!

  3. girlichef

    Well how fun is that! I’d have never thought to make an applesauce souffle…very cool. And it sounds tasty, too! So glad you dug into the archives to share this with the hearth and soul hop this week. Thanks! 🙂

    1. hellaD

      Yeah, this is one of my favorites, surprisingly simple but tasty!

  4. Sharmila

    Wow, can you post a pic of how this turns out? it sounds wonderful.

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