The perfect compliment to toast, muffins or a sandwich, this easy slow cooker apple butter is easy to make and keeps in the refrigerator up to 3 weeks!
As an adult I’ve come to love Fall way more than when I was a kid. Probably because fall meant back to school. I really loved school growing up, but what kid doesn’t love summer vacation! Now summer to me means I’m hot and uncomfortable and there are kids everywhere, ha.
Now Fall means cozy sweaters, warm boots, apple orchards, pumpkin patches, beautiful changing foliage and most importantly it’s the season with the BEST food!
On the blog this week and next I’m on an apple kick! Pumpkin’s up next and then we’ll dive into some recipes for Thanksgiving! I can’t wait!
We were a little late to the game with apple picking this year, but it was SO hot in September that you couldn’t even think about going apple picking. By the time we went mostly all the apples were on the ground and a lot of them had this strange black spotting on their skin. Despite their appearance the apples were excellent! We also picked up the most delicious apple cinnamon raisin bread so as soon as we got home I got to work on a new easy slow cooker apple butter recipe to top it with!
Not only does this recipe make the most delectable apple butter, it also makes your house seem amazing! It doesn’t get more fall than snuggling on the couch, hot apple cider in hand and batch of this cooking in your slow cooker 🙂
The perfect compliment to toast, muffins or a sandwich, this apple butter is easy to make and keeps in the refrigerator up to 3 weeks!
4 cups chopped apples, peeled
1/3 cup honey
1/2 cup dark brown sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
dash of sea salt
Peel and chopped 4 cups worth of apples
To the bowl of your slow cooker add honey and brown sugar
Add apples, stir to coat in honey and brown sugar
Add vanilla extract, pumpkin pie spice and salt, mix
Cook on low for 6 hours
Using an *immersion blender blend apple butter until smooth or desired consistency is reached
Store in the refrigerator up to 3 weeks
*If you don’t have an immersion blender you can do this step in a blender or food processor
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