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Slow Cooking Apple Butter

Hi girls, welcome back to Cooktophia. Now I will make Slow Cooking Apple Butter. Fresh, sweet and slightly spiced apple butter is my middle son’s favorite homemade fruit and it’s time to share it with you.

Several years ago, I started making fruit jams, jellies, butters and sauces at home and discovered how simple they are to make and how much better they taste than buying in the store.

Slow Cooking Apple Butter

I used a jar of apple butter in my ham-spiced apple butter roast a while back, and I realized I’d never been involved Butter recipe Itself.

I’ve made several different types of apple butter; This is my favourite. The apple flavor is not overpowered by loads of different spices and it’s not too sweet for my taste.

Slow Cooking Apple Butter

When making apple butter on the stovetop, it can take a lot more time and effort.

However, with a crock pot, all the hassles of the stove are removed. Simply discard the ingredients and walk away.

It’s really that easy and it’s the only way I’ve made this recipe for the past 10 years.

While it may take up to 8-10 hours to do this slow cooking apple butter, The vast majority of that time is completely non-interference.

Once everything is in the crock pot, you can go about your day without ever thinking about apple butter again.

All you need is apples + cinnamon + sugar to make homemade apple butter!

Start this in the morning and enjoy the aroma of boiled apple butter all day long, or put it in the crock pot before you go to bed to wake up to the scent of cinnamon and apple.

The delicious smell when the apples are ripe is one of my favorite things about making apple butter in the slow cooker.

Can I make Slow Cooking Apple Butter?

If you’re new to canning, this is a great place to start. I use a simple boiling water bath for this recipe, which requires a little more than sterilized jars and lids, and a pot large enough to fit in your jars.

Be sure to follow appropriate canning procedures for safety and efficacy. When done, canned apple butter will last for months or even two years without needing to be refrigerated (until opened, of course).

As you know, people love to get homemade gifts. (I know I definitely do! Homemade gifts are my favorite type of gift.)

Make a big batch of this dispenser a few times a year so you always have a jar on hand to give as a teacher gift, as a hostess gift, or to share with a friend “just because.”

How to use Slow Cooking Apple Butter

I’m not exaggerating when I say the The uses are countless. Of course, it’s as delicious as toast, cake, and crackers.

Who can resist a peanut butter and apple butter sandwich? Peanut butter and apple is a classic combination that everyone loves.

Slow-cooking apple butter is a great gift, too!

It’s also amazingly good in pork chops marinated in butter and apple, as an ingredient in a marinade or sauce for chicken, and naturally in all kinds of desserts and baked goods.

Make a quick daily breakfast more exciting by mixing a tablespoon into a bowl of oatmeal or yogurt.

If you are looking for more homemade jam recipes, take a look at Homemade Peach Jam, Habanero Peach Jam, and Cranberry and Pepper Jam.

For more slow-cooking, good-quality apples, look no further than my Stuffed Apple Recipe.

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  1. Place the apples in a crock pot and top with sugar, cinnamon and salt. Cover with a lid and set to HIGH. After a few hours, remove the lid, stir and continue cooking with the lid on.
  2. Continue to boil until the mixture is thick and dark brown. Stir occasionally, as needed to prevent sticking. When the liquid is absorbed, after 8-10 hours, mix until smooth. (I use a immersion blender in a crock pot.) However, you can also transfer the apple mixture to a blender and mash it this way.
  3. Once the apples are mashed, you can adjust the thickness by leaving the apples in the crock pot on LOW and uncovering the lid. It will slowly thicken in this way. Stir occasionally to prevent sticking to the sides of the crock pot. (I usually leave mine to simmer this way anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours.)
  4. When the mixture thickens and is done, immediately transfer it to sterilized canning jars.
Homemade apple butter is perfect in a peanut butter sandwich!

This apple butter is all you could need from homemade preserves and so much more. that it:

  • packed with Refreshing and slightly spiced
  • Just the right amount of sweets without being too sugary
  • Full of apple flavor
  • Easy to make, save and store
  • Versatile enough to be used in all types of both genres sweet And salty recipes
  • Did I mention Easy?

Once you’ve made this once, I know you’ll want to come back to this recipe over and over again.

Can I make a smaller batch?

Yes! I often make this recipe with a few pounds of apples, 1 cup of sugar, 2/3 teaspoon of cinnamon, and a pinch of salt. It works beautifully to use a few apples that are near the end of their savory taste.

Simply transfer the finished small batch to a jar and store in the refrigerator.

Slow Cooking Apple Butter Recipe

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  • Place the apples in a crock pot and top with sugar, cinnamon and salt. Cover with a lid and set to HIGH. After a few hours, remove the lid, stir and continue cooking with the lid on.
  • Continue to boil until the mixture is thick and dark brown. Stir occasionally as needed to prevent sticking.
  • When the liquid is absorbed, after 8-10 hours, mix until smooth. (I use a immersion blender in a crock pot.) However, you can also transfer the apple mixture to a blender and mash it this way.
  • Once the apple butter is mashed, you can adjust the density by leaving the apple butter in the crock pot on low and uncovering it. It will slowly thicken in this way.
  • Stir occasionally to prevent sticking to the sides of the crock pot. (I usually let mine simmer this way from 30 minutes to 2 hours.) When the apple butter is done, immediately transfer it to sterilized canning jars.

This recipe will make enough apple butter to fill about (4) 8 ounces or pints.

Calories: 62Calories · Carbohydrates: 16g · protein: 1g · fat: 1g · Saturated fat: 1g · sodium: 10mg · Potassium: 49mg · the basic: 1g · sugar: 15thg · Vitamin A: 25IU · Vitamin C: 2.1mg · Calcium: 3mg · iron: 0.1m

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