My seasonal apple preserves are classic recipes that let you hold on to apple season throughout the year. These apple jams, jellies, sauces, and butters are easy and so delicious!
it’s all apples, all the time in the Great Island kitchen right now
We’ve found bags of crisp Macintosh at the supermarket, and all kinds of heirloom varieties at the local pick-your-own orchard. We loved those apple brats and cider doughnuts, of course, but we really came for the apples! Red, yellow, green, we love them all, and we’re preserving them like crazy!
My One Hour No Sugar Apple Butter Recipe is a healthy small batch fruit butter that has the flavor of fresh apples with just a hint of spice, and best of all, this fresh fruit spread is ready in an hour!
My Mulled Cider Jelly is a beautifully golden spiced apple jelly that’s a fabulous addition to a fall cheese plate, or a simple turkey sandwich. It’s super quick to make, and it can be water bath canned for gift giving.
This unique small batch Easy French Apple Jam Recipe is simple to make, has a gorgeous golden color, a fresh apple flavor, a chunky texture, and a surprise hint of spice from the cardamom.
Crock Pot Cranberry Apple Butter is an easy, no sugar fruit spread for toast, biscuits, muffins, and scones. We always have a jar on our Thanksgiving table.
This 20 Minute Pink Applesauce recipe adds the perfect hint of sweetness to every meal, whether it’s a holiday feast or simple weeknight dinner ~ and just look at that pretty rosy color!
Once you know how to make apple butter from a jar of apple sauce you’ll wonder how you ever lived without this easy hack. Apple butter is one of the joys of fall, but those little jars are expensive, and it takes forever to make it from scratch. This silky apple butter recipe is ready in a fraction of the time, and cost!