Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe



Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe All that apple picking means lots of apple recipes to try. Apple Butter is one of my favorite things to pick up from the local apple orchards but making it homemade means I know what is going into it. Plus, it’s simple, and I can use it in lots of other recipes as well. Today is a double the delicious recipe kind of day. You’ll need this Apple Butter recipe to make the beautiful Apple Tart I’m posting tomorrow.Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe Chop your apples. You can leave the skin on them for added fiber and nutrients. Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe Add your apple to the slow cooker and add in your honey, apple juice, and cinnamon. Cook ok high for one hour. Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe Lower your heat setting to low and allow the apples to cook for 8-10 hours. Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe Using a hand blender, food processor, or a blender, blend the apple mixture until completely smooth. Taste the apple butter to test sweetness and the cinnamon flavor. Add more honey if you need it. Return to the slow cooker and cook another hour to cook some of the excess water out of the mix. Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe Store it in an airtight container like a mason jar. Eat it on everything you can get your hands on. 

Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe

Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe

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What you will need

  • 8 Apples chopped and cored (peeling the apples is optional. I prefer to leave them on for more fiber and flavor)
  • ½ Cup Honey
  • ½ Cup Apple Juice
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon

Instructions

  • Chop and core the apples and place them in the slow cooker. Add the apple juice, honey, and cinnamon.
  • Chop and core the apples and place them in the slow cooker. Add the apple juice, honey, and cinnamon.
  • Cook the apples on high for one hour, and then turn the cooker to low and continue to cook them for another 8 – 10 hours or until they are very soft, stirring occasionally.
  • Use a hand blender, regular blender or food processor to blend the apples into a smooth consistency.
  • Taste for sweetness desired (add more honey if you prefer) and cinnamon (add more if you’d like a more pronounced flavor).
  • Return to the slow cooker and cook on low uncovered for another hour to reduce the liquid and make a bit thicker.
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