Farm fresh, Not Too Sweet Apple Butter spread. Hood River, Oregon Sonata apples are combined with hints of sweet spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and thyme for the perfect complement to orchard fresh apples. Uses less sugar than traditional apple butter; allowing the intensity of the fruit to deliver a superior taste.
Perfect on pancakes, waffles, toasted bagels or added to plain yogurt for a great wholesome breakfast.
- No Artificial Flavors or Colorings
- 100% All-Natural
- Non-GMO Certified
- Naturally Gluten Free
- No high fructose corn syrup
- No preservatives
- Responsible Sourced Ingredients
- From the Pacific Northwest
- Made in the USA
Ingredients: Oregon Apples, Pure Cane Sugar, Fresh Thyme, Spices, Citric Acid.
Is Apple Butter an American Creation?
Apple butter was first created in the Middle Ages, geographically in Limburg, (present day Belgium and the Netherlands), and Rhineland, (present day Germany). As the first monasteries appeared, the first apple butter was created. Apple butter probably was first introduced to America by the early German settlers of the mid-Atlantic states, where it still remains as an American tradition.
What is Pectin?
Fruit pectin is a starch that is naturally present in fruits and berries and when heated, it helps provide structure so that jellies and jams will become thicker and set.
Serving Size = 1 Tablespoon (19 grams)
Calories = 20
Total Fat = 0 mg
Sodium = 0 mg
Total Carbohydrate = 5 grams
Sugars = 4 grams
Protein = 0 grams