I love Autumn, don’t you? The crisp, cool air. The changing color of the leaves. And, above all, the fresh, delicious apples coming in to season. I tell you nothing beats a freshly picked apple on a cool fall day!

Thankfully, we don’t have to wait for the leaves to change in order to enjoy that fresh-picked apple taste. That’s because our Freeze Dried Apples taste fresh and delicious any time of the year. Just open a can, take a taste, and immediately your palate is transported to an aromatic apple orchard on a cool autumn day. Yes, it’s true, these apples are awesome!

Freeze Dried Apples

Today’s recipe is just what you’ve been looking for to get in the fall mood. We took all the great taste of our Freeze Dried Apples, baked in our easy and versatile Fagor Pressure Cooker, and created an Autumn-time masterpiece! Fall doesn’t get any better than this! Enjoy our Food Storage Apple Butter!

7 cups Honeyville Freeze Dried Apples
1 1/2 cups Brown Sugar
1 1/2 cups Apple Cider
3 Tbsp Cinnamon
1 Tbsp Lemon Juice
1/4 tsp Ground Cloves
2 cups Water

Yields: 4 Jelly Jars

First, combine all your ingredients.


In your Fagor Pressure Cooker, add your apples, brown sugar, cider, cinnamon, lemon juice, cloves, and water, stir 2-3 times until ingredients are fully combined, then lock lid on top.


Set pressure cooker to “High Pressure” at 90 minutes, then press start.


Once cooker is finished, release pressure, then stir ingredients 1-2 times.


In a food processor or blender, pour ingredients and process until butter is smooth.

Pour into jelly jars, and refrigerate for a longer shelf life.


This is exactly what you’ve been waiting for to start your fall off right. The amazing aroma of apples, cinnamon, and cloves will fill your entire kitchen with everything fall. The sweet taste and creaminess of the butter is perfect spread over a slice of toast or on top of a bagel. This is what fall was meant to taste like.


I love autumn, and with a recipe like this, you can have all those things you love about autumn any time of year.