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Move Over Peanut Butter – There’s a New Tasty Spread In Town!
How many of you have tried making apple butter at home? I bet almost all of you have! I’ve made a batch or two over the years, myself, and my whole family enjoys it. This year, however, I felt like trying something different. I still made a small batch of my traditional apple butter but I think this pumpkin spread turned out even better!
Funny how I had never even thought of preparing pumpkin this way before. It makes so much sense now that I’ve tried it! The consistency is perfect, so is the flavor – and you can of course tweak it to your taste.
What’s special about this “butter” is that there’s ginger and honey in it. I think those two give this such a wonderful flavor that it’s impossible to resist. I love having this with my morning toast – and I actually even add this to my oatmeal! I wonder if people would think I’m weird, if I just had this for a snack, straight from the jar with a spoon? Haha!
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Quick Tip: You can adjust the amount of ginger to your taste.