Top Rated Apple Butter Recipes

Apple Cider Brickel Doughnuts
The name of these doughnuts will stump a few people. What is brickle? Brickle is tiny bits of toffee pieces. They add a bit more crunch and flavor—you can get them in most baking aisles in your local supermarket.Recipe courtesy of Diary of a Mad Hausfrau
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Round apple butter challah Rosh Hashanah
Challah is a traditional Jewish bread served on Shabbat and throughout the holidays. Apples and honey are added to this classic recipe for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, to ensure a sweet new year. This recipe comes from cookbook author Leah Koenig (The Jewish Cookbook, Modern Jewish Cooking).
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Apple Cheddar Chicken Meatloaves
Bring these mini meatloaves to a picnic and serve them with cornbread. Chef tip: Use your favorite type of cheddar for this recipe.Recipe courtesy of Perdue
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Grilled Chicken Quesadillas With Apple and Cheddar
Take a hum-drum chicken quesadilla to the next level by spreading the tortilla with a savory apple butter-Dijon mustard blend and layering in tart apple slices and sharp Cheddar cheese.Recipe courtesy of Perdue
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Classic Apple Pie
This recipe for a classic apple pie is easy to make and fun to eat, especially with a serving of vanilla ice cream on the side.This recipe is courtesy of McCormick.
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Apple Cheddar Scones With Hard Cider and Whiskey Glaze
Apple and cheddar are a natural pairing, but fresh apple can make pastries like this a bit stodgy, and the subtle apple flavor gets lost. Dried apple brings an intensity of the fruit flavor that can stand up to the cheddar and gives nice little nuggets of chew. A glaze made with hard cider and apple butter enhances the apple flavor, with a tiny splash of Irish whiskey for a little extra punch. —Stacy BallisThis recipe is by Stacy Ballis and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Apple Butter
Apple butter is essentially just apples cooked down and flavored with a hint of cinnamon and spice. Because it’s so concentrated, the apple flavor is intense and it’s perfect as a spread on biscuits, toast and even scones. It doesn’t actually contain any butter, but it sure spreads like it.
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British culinary master Michel Roux Jr.'s warm and delicious baked apples are perfect for a Christmas-dessert. Serve hot, with chilled crème fraîche or muscavado sugar ice cream.  Wine suggestion: Saussignac, Chateau Tourmentine 1994, J M Hure
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pulled pork
“My brother Isaiah, Ike for short, makes unbelievable pulled pork. He carefully smokes the pork butt over the lowest imaginable heat for four hours before roasting it in the oven for an additional five to six hours. The result is undeniably delicious, but I do not have the patience for manning a smoker for that long and I am always out of wood chips, so I developed a pulled pork recipe that ‘cheats.’ Using liquid smoke eliminates the need for smoking and reduces the cooking time by almost half. Come to think of it, I am not sure what it ‘cheats,’ because it is not the flavor, that’s for sure!”— Damaris PhillipsThis recipe is courtesy of Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy. You can buy the book here.Southern Girl Meets Vegetarian Boy © 2017 Damaris Phillips from Abrams
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While Los Angeles is in its cold spell, the Tasting Kitchen has created its version of the perfect winter cocktail: the hot buttered rum. This wintry cocktail at The Tasting Kitchen is exactly what it sounds like: dark rum, housemade butter batter, apple butter, fresh-pressed ginger, allspice dram, hot water, cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and dark brown sugar as a sweetener.
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