Making single-serving yogurt in a crockpot is simple. The individual containers are reusable and the yogurt stays fresh and firm for several weeks. I leave a little head room in the jars for mix-ins. Great for yogurt on the go!
Fall's favorite fruits unite in this slow-cooker recipe for Apple Cranberry Pumpkin Ketchup. It's the best of both worlds: the sweet apple, tart cranberry and murky pumpkin flavors come through yet it's still undeniably, wonderfully ketchupy.
This year I’ve been obsessed with mixed fruit butters, like this blueberry-plum, and couldn’t get the thought of adding fresh cranberries to my apple butter out of my head. It turns out that this is one of the prettiest and most flavorful of all.
In anticipation of apple season, Gina broke out her slow cooker and sweetened condensed milk to cook up some Dulce de Leche for her family and our monthly Troy Food Swap. Learn how easy this sweet treat can be!
What a way to enjoy this season of apples! This apple butter could not be any easier. Add sugar and spices to the slices of apples then let the crock pot do the rest. Preserve it to share with friends and to enjoy for months to come.