Crock-Pot Apple Butter

By | September 16, 2012
Crock-Pot Apple Butter

We went Apple picking yesterday.  So you know that means you are going to be getting a LOT of apple recipes for a while right?

I grew up in Miami Florida where we did not really have seasons, and so I really get a kick out of all the seasonal stuff that we can do here in the Midwest.  One of my favorites is the apple picking.  It is such a great family activity and well let’s face it apples are YUMMY!  Here are a couple pictures of our fun time getting all our apples, if you get the chance I highly recommend planning this as one of your next family outings!

Since I knew we were going to be getting a TON of apples I started asking friends and searching pintrest for some good recipes to try.  I found this easy crockpot apple butter recipe from Teacher-Chef and decided to give it a try, but I did not want to make the amount she made so I cut the recipe in half and instead of it taking 16 hours it only took between 8 and 9 for ours to be ready.  Also on her recipe she says you can add sugar but I thought it was great without and did not add any sugar at all and my family loved it anyway.  So here is another great healthy treat I can feed my girls and they don’t even know it is healthy!

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Ingredients

Apples – We used about 13 but our apples were small
2 Cinnamon Sticks
½ tsp Ground Nutmeg
½ tsp Ground Cloves
1 Cup Apple Cider

Directions

Peel, core, and slice your apples then put them in the crockpot
 Add all other ingredients to the crock pot and set on low for about 8 to 9 hours.
Store and eat your yummy apple butter (you could just lick it off the toast as my little one did!).  We filled 2 half pint jars with this recipe.
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44 thoughts on “Crock-Pot Apple Butter

  1. SEL

    Yummy! This looks delicious! Thanks for sharing!!

    Found you through the link-up.

    Newest follower!

    xo
    SEL
    growinglaughingandlovinginlife.blogspot.com

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  2. Theresa

    I love apple butter but have never made it myself. I am going to pin this to give it a try as soon as we do our apple picking. Thanks for sharing!

    Stopping by from Katherine’s Corner. I’m your newest follower :)
    Theresa

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    1. We-Made-That.com

      Oh you have got to try this after you go apple picking. It is so easy to make and I think it is even better than store bought because I know what is in it. Let us know how it turns out! And thanks so much for following!

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  3. Sarajan

    So glad I found your site via Dixie ‘n Dottie and their link party. I’m definitely sharing this Crock Pot Apple Butter recipe with my Mother – we’re always on the lookout for easy and tasty crock pot recipes. Great job!

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  4. Jaime @ Mom's Test Kitchen

    I’m so excited, I finally have a crockpot & apple butter is on my Fall to-do list!! This recipe sounds great and I really like that it doesn’t make an abundance!
    Thanks so much for sharing this at Mom’s Test Meal Mondays!

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  5. Lita

    We love this at our house. Thanks for linking to Saturday Dishes.

    Linda @ Tumbleweed Contessa

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  6. LuAnn Braley

    I have such fond memories of fried bread with apple butter from my childhood. I’d probably have to make the bigger recipe so my family could have a spoonful or two! (j/k)

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  7. Lizbeth McGow

    The season for apples is quickly approaching here in Mi!what a great way to use all those extra apples laying around everywhere! Thanks for sharing at Fluster Buster Party! Please join us again next week with another one of your delicious creations, Lizy party co host

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  8. jmommymom

    There are apple trees everywhere here in Germany. We are going for a walk tomorrow to pick a few. We made apple crisp earlier this week and the kids want to make applesauce next. We usually cook it on the stove. I didn’t know you could do it in the crock pot too, but it makes sense. It looks like yours turned out good.

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