There are few things cozier than toast or biscuits with applebutter on a chilly fall day and Nicole is here to show you what you need to know about everybody's favorite autumnal fruit spread. Contrary to its name, there is no butter involved in the making of applebutter. The fruity spread, which is essentially highly concentrated applesauce, is made by cooking apples with spices or ciders until the sugars are caramelized. This process leaves you with a thick, brown, rich, and powerfully apple-flavored spread.
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Chef and mom of three, Nicole McLaughlin, will share all the cooking basics — plus some things you may have missed — as she walks you through comprehensive videos that include kitchen tips, food facts, and cooking techniques.
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