Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Apple Chia Butter

Days before my apple picking expedition, I started thinking about what to make with my apples...
I've made apple sauce, and didn't want to tempt my will power with a pie or a crisp, and decided to be daring and try something new.
So naturally, attempting apple butter was the logical next step! I spent the morning we went apple picking at the gym surfing pinterest looking at a variety of recipes and my mind was made up!
But you may ask... What's the difference between apple butter and apple sauce? Apple butter gets cooked low and slow for a very long time. It makes your house smell amazing and it's just apples in amazing form!
*play with this - I don't think there is a way to go wrong!

13 thoughts on the matter:

Pieni Lintu said... {Reply}

Sounds very delicious!!

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

Oh goodness, this sounds really good! I just might try this. Thanks for sharing. (I love chia seeds!)

Deanna said... {Reply}

My favorite way to eat apple butter is on french toast...yumminess!!

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

I have never tried Chia seeds. This looses like a great way to use up your apples.

Renae of Simple Sequins said... {Reply}

Great recipe and great photos of the food! Thanks Tamar!

Life with Kaishon said... {Reply}

When I was a little girl my Grandma used to make this every fall. I agree about how wonderful it makes your house smell. Divine.

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said... {Reply}

Love making both apple butter & apple sauce. It sure does make the house smell amazing.

Sharon said... {Reply}

Sounds very yummy! And I got a kick out of reading about your Pinterest research at the gym. You know how to get things done!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said... {Reply}

Pass the cinnamon rolls and the apple butter! Yum!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

This looks oh! so yummy!!! and you know what??? I just went apple picking. We just may have to give this a try. This would make nice gifts for Christmas too. Whooo hooo!!! thanks Tamar

tinajo said... {Reply}

I´ve never heard of this but now you´ve made me curious! :-)


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