My oldest son loves apple butter and I usually keep a jar of organic in the fridge. Unfortunately, the last jar went sour. I decided to throw together my best guess since I had some red delicious apples on hand that I needed to use up. I was skeptical I would be able to “sell” him on a raw version but much to my...
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Place all the ingredients in a Vita Mix, blender or FP and process until smooth. Chill and enjoy!

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My oldest son loves apple butter and I usually keep a jar of organic in the fridge. Unfortunately, the last jar went sour. I decided to throw together my best guess since I had some red delicious apples on hand that I needed to use up. I was skeptical I would be able to “sell” him on a raw version but much to my surprise, he loved it. From now on, it’s fresh and it’s raw in this house!

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You could use flax seed as a sub for chia. The thing I love about this recipe is I no longer feel guilty giving it to my kids. It's nutritious and not at all unhealthy!

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What should we use if we're so far from chia seeds we're still wondering if they fall into the urban legend file? LOL Awesome recipe. I love apple butter, but I've read the nutrition.

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Wow, I was just wondering if it was possible to make some good raw apple butter! Yayyy. I can't wait to try this out.

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heck yeah!

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Sweet! What a great idea... and I have a bowl full of slightly bruised apples that'll be perfect for this. :o)

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