Peach Butter

Peach Butter

A very simple, homemade peach butter recipe. That uses 3 ingredients! A beautiful fruit butter, that is great on toast, oatmeal, yogurt, or cottage cheese. Great to bake with. Makes a wonderful gift, for that special someone in your life.

Peach Butter

So easy to do. I used my crock-pot, and it came out great! You can double the recipe without any issues. Great for gift giving, freezing, or canning.

Here’s what I did: I peeled the peaches, and diced them. Placed them right into the crock-pot. I used 8 cups of freshly peeled and diced peaches. I added 1 cup of packed brown sugar, and 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon. Set the crock-pot on low, and cooked for 6 hours. I would lift the lid and stir the fruit, here and there. I mostly, just wanted to peek in and see how it looked. Of course, a little taste testing was in order. I came to the conclusion that it’s pretty darn good!  After the 6 hours are up, I let the slow cooked fruit, slightly cool. I used my immersion blender to turn the fruit into a smooth and delicious fruit butter. I ended up with 5 cups of peach butter. I spooned the peach butter into clean jars with lids. I made sure the peach butter was completely cool, before placing in the refrigerator, or freezer.

Grab some peaches and make this easy and delicious peach butter!

Peach Butter – Makes 5 cups

  • 8 cups diced fresh peaches (peeled)
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

Step One: Peel the skins off of peaches. Slice and dice peaches, until you have 8 cups (about 8 or 9 large peaches, or 13 -14 small peaches). Place them into a crock-pot. Mix in the brown sugar and cinnamon. Set the crock-pot to low, and cook for 6 hours. Stir, occasionally.

Step Two: Allow the peach butter to slightly cool. Use an immersion blender, to blend the fruit and make a smooth fruit butter (you can also use a blender, or food processor). Place in jars and allow the peach butter to completely cool, before storing in the refrigerator. or freezer.

By: Vanessa

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