Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter

Last Updated on May 29, 2019

Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter

 

Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter

 

This Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter is the perfect way to cook up those freshly picked apples, or apples that need to be used quickly! Fall is coming and with it, so is apple season! 

I’m not exaggerating when I say that there’s just something so delicious and comforting about homemade Apple Butter or even applesauce. Sure, it’s good off the store shelves, but have you read the food labels? Ingredients are added that are difficult to pronounce, let alone what they do to our body.

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Controlling the process of making Crock Pot Apple Butter from start to finish is something that I truly love doing. Not only that, but it’s so simple that my kiddos can help! 

This recipe is so simple that it takes only 5 ingredients! Read the labels on apple butter next time you’re in the store. You’ll be amazed! No unknown additives that I can’t pronounce. Just 5 ingredients to create homemade Apple Butter with ease.

My family eats Apple Butter on toast, bagels, muffins, and my oldest will even eat it right out of the jar. I like to eat apple butter as a dip for other fruit items. And the great part about Apple Butter is that it can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

The next time that you have the opportunity to pick apples at an orchard, rest assured that you’ll have a plan to use all of them before they rot. This recipe calls for 3 pounds of apples, so making a batch or two is a great way to use them. 

Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter

Also, keep in mind that giving a homemade item like Apple Butter is perfect for gifts. This is an item that’s often requested by family and friends. It’s the perfect way to get that flavor of fresh apples at all different times of the year!

If you have a Crock Pot, it’s time to put it to use with this Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter recipe! 

 

​Ingredients for Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter

Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter
 
– 3 Pounds of Apples, Cored, Peeled and Sliced
– 1 Cup of White Sugar
– 1 Cup of Brown Sugar
– 1 Tablespoon of Ground Cinnamon
– 1 Tablespoon of Vanilla extract
 

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Directions

 
– The first thing you will want to do is peal your apples. Then you will slice the peeled apples and place them right into a crockpot
 
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– Add the white sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon and vanilla. Toss the apples with your sugar mixture until the apples are completely coated. 
 
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– You will want to cook your apples in the crock pot for 10 hours on LOW. You can stir occasionally. I always stir because it just makes me feel better. lol 
 
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– After 10 hours, the apple butter will be dark and thickened. Take your whisk to make it a bit more smooth if you want.  
 
Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter
Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter
 
– Store in storage containers for up to 2 weeks. NOTE: After I fix my apple butter I don’t just store my apple butter for a few weeks. I use proper canning techniques and can mine using a store top water bath canner or stove top pressure canner. Doing this preserves the apple butter long term. 
 
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Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter

Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter

This Easy Crock Pot Apple Butter is the perfect way to cook up those freshly picked apples, or apples that need to be used quickly!

Ingredients

  • 3 Pounds of Apples Cored, Peeled and Sliced
  • 1 Cup of White Sugar
  • 1 Cup of Brown Sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon of Ground Cinnamon
  • 1 Tablespoon of Vanilla

Instructions

  1. The first thing you will want to do is peal your apples. Then you will slice the peeled apples and place them right into a crockpot. 
  2. Add the white sugar, brown sugar, cinnamon and vanilla. Toss the apples with your sugar mixture until the apples are completely coated. 
  3. After 10 hours, the apple butter will be dark and thickened. Take your whisk to make it a bit more smooth if you want.  
  4. After 10 hours, the apple butter will be dark and thickened. Take your whisk to make it a bit more smooth if you want.  
  5. Store in storage containers for up to 2 weeks. 

Notes

After I fix my apple butter I don't just store my apple butter for a few weeks. I use proper canning techniques and can mine using a store top water bath canner or stove top pressure canner. Doing this preserves the apple butter long term. 

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