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Last week I was baking an apple butter bread. I was using a recipe I got from a friend of mine – she had made the bread earlier and offered me a slice when I popped over.
It was incredibly moist and delicious! Of course I wanted to try it myself. I was a little disappointed because mine didn’t turn out as well. It certainly looked nice and it wasn’t that bad, there was just something missing. I called my friend and asked if she had made any changes to the recipe – she hadn’t, but she had used homemade apple butter instead of store-bought, and it made such a huge difference!
This earthy sweet spreads makes for a delightful snack, spread over toast or a roll, with creamy butter. It can also be used the same way as an applesauce, complimenting dishes like pork. This recipe actually yields a lot, so get ready to share with family and friends! The recipe not only makes 12 pint jars, it also makes beautiful gifts for any occasion.
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Food Network
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Quick tip: Serve over hot biscuits, toast or scones.