Fall is fast approaching and there's nothing I love better than a warm biscuit with some Apple Butter. I decided this would be the perfect treat for my September "Friendship Gifts." I started the butter in the crock pot last night and the house smells wonderful today! It was so easy to make and here are the treats ready to go...
Apple Butter is delicious served over toast, warm biscuits, scones, and especially pancakes!!!
I found these cute labels online and tied raffia around the lids...so easy and it taste fabulous y'all!
Love the labels...with my signature gingham pattern!
Of course, being my matchy-matchy self, I've got a 'Macintosh Apple' Yankee Candle going...I'm ready to get the fall season going!
Trust me y'all, the crock pot method is the easiest way ever to make this Apple Butter.
Miss Janice's Apple Butter:
8 quarts of applesauce
10 chopped apples
2 tblsp ground cinnamon
1 tsp ground cloves
1/2 tsp allspice
4 cups Splenda
Add 6 quarts of the applesauce, 10 chopped apples, 2 tblsp ground cinnamon, 1 tsp ground cloves, 1/2 tsp allspice, and 2 cups Splenda to the crock pot Stir all the ingredients and cook on high for about an hour, checking to make sure the mixture is not burning.
Reduce the heat to low and cook for another 4 hours. Then add the remaining 2 quarts of applesauce and the 2 cups of Splenda. Stir and cook for another hour or so.
If you are canning the apple butter, following canning rules or just store the butter in the frig.
Thank you for visiting with me today. Now, I'm off to make my picks in the "College U-Pick 'Em" football pool I'm in...wish me luck!