One of my favorite restaurants is Lucille’s Smokehouse Bar-B-Que.
Their food is super delicious.
I’m usually so hungry when I go out to dinner that I just love it when the restaurant serves something to snack on before dinner like tortilla chips and salsa, or fresh bread and butter.
At Lucille’s they serve the most amazing homemade biscuits and apple butter while you’re waiting for your order.
The apple butter is so tasty on the biscuits that I have to just slather it on.
After enjoying these delicious biscuits recently, I had apple butter on the brain and just had to figure out how to make it.
I’m not sure what Lucille’s uses in their apple butter but the recipe I came up with is really really good.
The first thing that comes to my mind when I have it on my toast, is cinnamon toast.
To me, it makes toast taste just like cinnamon toast.
An option is to fill small 4 ounce jelly mason jars with this apple cinnamon toast butter, or small ramekin bowls would work nicely too.
It lasts quite a while in the fridge, and these little jars of deliciousness are a great idea for small gifts during the holidays.
I’ll be wrapping them in clear gift wrap and colorful ribbons to give out for gifts this holiday season.
Let’s check out the ingredients:
Butter, apple sauce, cinnamon, and nutmeg. Also pictured are 4-ounce jelly mason jars.
Here’s how to make it:
Add the softened butter to a mixing bowl.
Then add the sugar,
Whip the butter on high using the whip attachment.
Serve and store in 4-ounce jelly mason jars,
or small ramekin bowls.
Serve soft right after making,
or cold right out of the refrigerator.
Enjoy, and thank you very much for stopping by!
Apple Cinnamon Toast Butter
Yield: Serves about 8
1 cup Softened Butter (2 sticks)
1 teaspoon ground Cinnamon
2 tablespoons Apple Sauce
2 tablespoons Sugar
3 pinches ground Nutmeg
5 4-ounce Jelly Mason Jars (or small ramekin bowls)
Add the softened butter, cinnamon, apple sauce, and nutmeg to a mixing bowl.
Whip on high using the whip attachment.
Serve on biscuits, muffins, corn bread, English muffins, or toast.
Serve soft right after making, or chill in refrigerator and serve cold.
Store in the refrigerator.