It doesn’t take a national holiday to get me excited about Fall apples! However, since October is National Apple Month, we’ve got all the more reason to celebrate these delicious little gems from God!
Homemade apple butter is just one more way you can preserve the bounty of apple season to enjoy all year long. That’s why, I’m sharing this simple slow-cooker method for making apple butter that will not only fill your home with the amazing aroma of fall spices, but also fill your family’s tummies as well!
So easy to make, just pop all of the ingredients into your crockpot before bed and wake up to a special treat your whole family will love!
Apple butter also makes a great appetizer – either as a dip served alongside graham crackers and fresh fruit slices – or you can place a thick layer of apple butter on top of a block of cream cheese and serve it alongside your favorite crackers. Yum!
And, with the holidays fast approaching, homemade apple butter also makes a delicious and thoughtful gift!
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And incase you’re as crazy about apples as we are, I’ve provided a list of all the apple posts I’ve shared this month, so you don’t miss out on more great ideas and delicious recipes featuring fresh fall apples.
Happy fall blessings to you and yours, Kelly